• nDiVE: the story of how logistics and supply chain management could be taught

      Reiners, T; Wood, LC; Gregory, S; Petter, N; Teräs, H; Gütl, C; Chang, V; Herrington, J (Australasian Society of Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite), 2013)
      One major element of supply chain management education is helping learners to grasp the complexity, the challenges, and the efficient management of the multiple dimensions in supply chains. Each decision made can ‘ripple’ ...
    • Negative impact induced by foreign workers: Evidence in Malaysian construction sector

      Abdul-Rahman, H; Wang, C; Wood, LC; Low, SF (Elsevier, 2012)
      Though foreign workers served to overcome the labor shortage in the Malaysian construction market, over-dependence on foreign workers and the negative impacts induced have become a serious social problem. The aims of this ...
    • Net Buying Pressure and Informed Trading in the Options Market: Evidence From Earnings Announcements

      Badshah, I; Koerniadi, H; Kolari, J (Vietnam Symposium in Banking and Finance (VSBF), 2018)
      Informed investors use options market to exploit their private information advantage to trade on the direction and volatility of underlying asset values. This paper tests whether informed trading occurs around quarterly ...
    • New landscapes and new eyes: the role of virtual world design for supply chain education

      Wood, L; Reiners, T; Bastiaens, TJ (Common Ground, 2013)
      With the common availability of advanced educational technology, we are able to increase the emphasis on the design of learning experiences and benefit from the given flexibility and variety of opportunities to create ...
    • The New Public Management (NPM) and tertiary education: a blessing in disguise for academics

      Yong, SE; Yong, S (Manukau Institute of Technology, 2015)
      Tertiary teaching in higher education is not apolitical, due to the demands placed upon academics from stakeholders including accreditation bodies, government funding agencies, students and employers. Often, the demands ...
    • The New Zealand Aged Care Workforce Survey 2016

      Ravenswood, K; Douglas, J (New Zealand Work Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology (AUT), 2017)
    • New Zealand and capital gains tax: a tax experts' perspective

      Yong, SE; Cheng, A (New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA), 2013)
      New Zealand is an interesting country to study capital gains tax (CGT) as it is one of the few OECD countries at present that does not have a formalised capital gains tax. Despite international and political pressures to ...
    • Noise Annoyance and Loudness: Acoustic Performance of Residential Buildings in Tropics

      Wang, C; Si, Y; Abdul-Rahman, H; Wood, LC (Sage, 2015)
      Acoustic properties of residential building are often neglected by designers, developers, contractors, and even home buyers. Noises from both the internal and external environments affect occupants' daily lives. This ...
    • Non-audit service fees and financial reporting quality: a meta-analysis

      Habib, A (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012)
      Auditing as a corporate governance mechanism has attracted considerable research attention. Because of the information asymmetry between corporate managers and outside shareholders, auditors are hired to provide independent ...
    • 'Occupational Health and Safety'

      Lamm, F (Pearson Education New Zealand, 2009)
      Objectives • To overview theories and principles behind health and safety and accident compensation changes; • To present health and safety and accident compensation legislation; • To identify the shifts between ...
    • Occupational stress in the Hospitality Industry: an employment relations perspective

      Lamm, F; Lo, K (ER Publishing Ltd., 2005)
      This article endeavours to draw attention to occupational stress amongst workers in so-called ‘low risk industries’ – namely the service and hospitality industries - and to explore their perceptions of stress, their attitudes ...
    • On Intraday Relation Between the Vix and Its Futures

      Frijns, B; Tourani Rad, A; Webb, R (John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
      We study the intraday dynamics of the VIX and VIX futures for the period January 2, 2008 to December 31, 2014. Considering first the results of a Vector Autoregression (VAR) using daily data, we observe that there is some ...
    • On the performance of KiwiSaver funds

      Frijns, BPM (AUT University, 2013)
      This study investigates three issues: (1) the replicability of KiwiSaver Balanced (and other intermediate) funds based on a combination of Conservative and Growth funds offered by the same provider; (2) the risk-adjusted ...
    • On the role of cultural distance in the decision to cross-list

      Dodd, O; Frijns, BPM; Gilbert, A (John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
      This paper examines the role of culture in the choice of the destination market for cross-listing firms. We argue that firms cross-list in markets with greater cultural similarities, because 1) investors are more willing ...
    • On the style switching behavior of mutual fund managers

      Frijns, BPM; Gilbert, A; Zwinkels, R (Financial Management Association International, 2013)
      This paper develops an empirically testable model that is closely related to theoretical model for style switching behavior of Barberis and Shleifer (2003). We implement this model to examine the style switching behavior ...
    • Online consumer trust: a multi-dimensional model

      Tan, F. B.; Sutherland, P. (IGI Global, 2004)
      Consumer trust is widely heralded as an essential element for the success of electronic commerce, yet the concept itself is still clouded in confusion by the numerous definitions and points of view held across multiple ...
    • Online Opinion Leadership in Negative eWOM Dissemination

      Zhang, RM; Yap, SF; Xu, YZ (Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC), 2016)
      With the rise of online media channels, negative electronic word-of-mouth (e-WOM) can damage a well-established brand within a short time frame. Departing from the past research that focuses on positive WOM and offline ...
    • Operationalising gamification in an educational authentic environment

      Reiners, T; Wood, LC; Chang, V; Guetl, C; Herrington, J; Teräs, H; Gregory, S (IADIS Press, 2012)
      This paper addresses the inauthentic pedagogical approaches in current classroom and distance-learning environments, and will propose a methodology that utilises existing technologies to provide an immersive and authentic ...
    • Options on Leveraged ETF: Calibrations and Error Analysis

      Da Fonseca, JC; Xu, Y (Society for Computational Economics (SCE), 2015)
      Within the standard affine stochastic volatility framework we price options on leveraged and inverse leveraged ETFs using Fourier transform. We perform a calibration analysis for a given day on options written on leveraged ...
    • Organisational narcissim: a case of failed corporate governance?

      Grant, P; McGhee, P (Springer, 2013)
      This book addresses the question: how can institutions develop and maintain a good purpose? And how can managers contribute to this endeavour? Twelve contributions explore this question, using MacIntyrean inquiry as a basis ...