Research at Massey Business School , Rangahau ki Te Kura Whai Pakihi

Our academic research enhances knowledge across a broad range of business and organisational disciplines.

Our world-class, multidisciplinary research creates innovative responses to the challenges faced in today’s business environment. More than 200 staff are researching business and economic-related fields and disciplines.

Covered by our research centres, groups and special interest groups, much of our research falls into five themes:

  • sustainability
  • technology and digital transformation
  • social justice, well-being and decent work
  • performance and Governance
  • markets and prosperity.

Research centres & special interest groups

Massey Business School's research centres and special interest groups study and explore innovative solutions to a range of contemporary issues.

Massey's research community

We value research both as a knowledge-seeking endeavour and as a practical means through which to improve lives, lift social and economic wellbeing, and nurture our environment.

Find a researcher or doctoral student

Massey is home to world-leading experts across a range of disciplines.

Researcher support & development

We offer a supportive environment where the world’s best researchers can flourish.

Research funding & scholarships

Massey University is committed to fostering and supporting a culture of striving for research excellence. We achieve this with investment via internal funding, partnership funding and scholarships.

Business research news

We are a research-led university with a reputation for excellence in innovation and the creation of new knowledge. Get the latest research stories from Massey Business School.

Inflation a rising concern in retirement planning

Tuesday 6 September 2022

Retirement planning remains as important as ever for New Zealanders with inflation becoming a significant factor to take into consideration.

New book addresses mental health in higher education

Monday 22 August 2022

A new book by Dr Teresa Heinz Housel from the School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing examines mental health in higher education.

Exploring the ways drones can be utilised in the forestry sector

Wednesday 27 July 2022

A recently published article argues that to operate drones beyond visual line of sight could be a game-changer for the forestry sector.

PhD graduate urges marketers not to ignore older consumers

Tuesday 7 June 2022

Aotearoa New Zealand’s population is ageing, yet little has been known about how ageing impacts consumer behaviour.