Our business research centres
Our business research centres study and explore innovative solutions to a range of contemporary issues.
Helping New Zealanders become more financially savvy by improving knowledge, attitudes and behaviour towards money.
The Massey People, Organisation, Work and Employment Research group (MPOWER) researches the management of people in the workplace and organisations with a view to empowering people and organisations to perform.
Te Au Rangahau connects the Māori world with the business world through innovative research and advice to help Māori thrive in entrepreneurship and enterprise.
The Centre for Advanced Retail Studies at Massey Business School is focused on the exciting and growing retail industry.
The Centre for Culture-Centred Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE) is a global hub for communication research that uses participatory and culture-centred methodologies to develop community-driven communication solutions.
Business research groups and special interest groups (SIGs)
Alongside our research centres, Massey Business School has a number of research groups and SIGs.
Massey's Healthy Work Group (HWG) conducts research-based studies and projects in workplace health, safety and wellbeing.
The Knowledge Exchange Hub uses data-driven research to understand social and economic issues affecting New Zealanders.
Massey's Real Estate Analysis Unit conducts academic property research for a broad range of projects.
Massey Business School's Chinese Financial Research Cluster produces world-class research of Chinese markets.
The AI and Digital Business Special Interest Group shares research across artificial intelligence, digital business and related fields.
Research in sustainability and corporate social responsibility can encourage, justify and promote sustainable and socially responsible business practices.
Massey's Management, Analytics & Decision-making (MAD) special interest research group studies the human dimension of community and business computing - specifically the adoption and diffusion of technology within society and the effect of the digital div
Massey's Creativity in Organisations Research Group (CORG) researches how creativity informs organisational & leadership development.