UABS KNOWLEDGE

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UABS Knowledge draws on Business School research and expertise to deliver timely analysis and comment on major issues facing New Zealand and the global economy. The website is updated regularly with new research-informed articles, studio interviews, event invitations, course announcements, and videos of internationally-renowned visiting speakers. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and subscribe to our monthly Insights newsletter to keep up with the latest thinking in the world of business.

IN THE MEDIA

Why we need a Modern Slavery Act

Christine Stringer argues for tough laws on slavery in New Zealand businesses and supply chains.

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IN THE MEDIA

Our environment's crucial economic role

‘Personhood’ presents us with a unique opportunity to recognise how ecosystems contribute to our way of life, argues Dr Greenaway-McGrevy.

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INNOVATION

Why we need to rethink creativity in business

If you want to boost creativity in the workplace, first know what you are dealing with, advises dt ogilvie.

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ECONOMICS

The 'Indiana Jones' of Economics

Alan Bollard explains why maverick New Zealand economist Bill Phillips was worthy of a Nobel Prize.

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FINANCE & BANKING

Ian Narev on the banking revolution (2)

In the second of a two-part series on how digital technology is transforming the way banks do business, Commonwealth Bank of Australia CEO Ian Narev talks about loyalty, cost efficiencies, and the challenge of the blockchain.

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ECONOMICS

Tip of the iceberg

The search to discover what drives CEO remuneration has a long way to go.

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BOOK GIVEAWAY

A Few Hares to Chase

This month we are giving away a copy of A Few Hares to Chase, by Alan Bollard.

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FINANCE & BANKING

Financial ethics in the age of Trump

There is a belief in the US that a successful businessperson will make a good political leader. Where did that notion come from? asks Kara Tan Bhala.

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LEADERSHIP

What can non-profits and for-profits learn from each other?

Entrepreneurial leaders in for-profit organisations and collaborative leaders in non-profits have much to teach each other, says Michael Austin.

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