• 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 ...
    • Oral Health Educators’ Perceptions of Student-to-Student Administration of Local Anaesthesia

      Khareedi, RK; Fernandez, D (Australian Dental and Oral Health Therapists' Association Inc. (ADOHTA), 2016)
      Background: The pedagogical method for administration of local anaesthesia in most dental schools requires the students to act as surrogate patients. This experiential method of learning allows students to prepare themselves ...
    • Oral Healthcare for Older People: 'i Can't Afford Not to Go to the Dentist, but Can I Afford It?'

      Giddings, L; McKenzie-Green, B; Buttle, L; Tahana, K (AUT University; New Zealand Medical Association, 2008)
      Aim The purpose of this study was to examine challenges older people encounter in maintaining satisfactory oral health status. Method This interpretive qualitative study involved 19 in-depth interviews with participants ...
    • The Oral Microbiome of Patients With Axial Spondyloarthritis Compared to Healthy Individuals

      Bisanz, JE; Suppiah, P; Thomson, WM; Milne, T; Yeoh, N; Nolan, A; Ettinger, G; Reid, G; Gloor, GB; Burton, JP; Cullinan, MP; Stebbings, SM (PeerJ Inc., 2016)
      Background. A loss of mucosal tolerance to the resident microbiome has been postulated in the aetiopathogenesis of spondyloarthritis, thus the purpose of these studies was to investigate microbial communities that colonise ...
    • Orākei Visitor Strategy 2015-2018

      Deuchar, C; Milne, S (New Zealand Tourism Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      No abstract.
    • Ordinal-to-interval Scale Conversion Tables and National Items for the New Zealand Version of the WhOQOL-BREF

      Krageloh, CU; Billington, DR; Hsu, PH; Feng, XJ; Medvedev, ON; Kersten, P; Landon, J; Siegert, RJ (PLOS, 2016)
      The World Health Organisation Quality of Life (WHOQOL) questionnaires are widely used around the world and can claim strong cross-cultural validity due to their development in collaboration with international field centres. ...
    • Organic food and green values: an educated choice

      Poulston, JM (Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE), 2014)
      Interest in organic food is developing slowly in New Zealand, gradually attracting attention from the general public. With just 1.16% of agricultural land in organic production, it is misleading for New Zealand to market ...
    • 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 ...
    • Organisational-Based Self-Esteem, Meaningful Work, and Creativity Behaviours: A Moderated Mediation Model with Supervisor Support

      Haar, J; Ghafoor, A (ER Publishing Ltd, Auckland, 2020)
      Creativity behaviours can be fundamental to ongoing organisational success, but less is known around effects from combination of factors. We test organisational-based self-esteem (OBSE) on creativity behaviours and meaningful ...
    • Organizational culture, organizational change and emotions: a qualitative study

      Smollan, R. K.; Sayers, J. G. (Informaworld, 2009)
      Change triggers emotions as employees experience the processes and outcomes of organizational transformation. An organization's affective culture, which shapes the way emotions are experienced and expressed, plays a ...
    • Organizational knowledge management framework: the COMFENALCO case

      Castellon, Y; Gutierrez, J (2013)
      Modern organizations generate a great amount of information that stays dispersed throughout the different operating units. This makes it difficult for management to identify useful relationships among the disparate pieces ...
    • Originalism and the Treaty of Waitangi

      Moon, P (Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies, 2017)
      Originalism has long been used as a conceptual approach for interpreting the United States Constitution. Its premise is that the authoritative interpretation of constitutional documents is best obtained by determining the ...
    • !orthodoxies in multidisciplinary design-oriented degree programmes

      Sosa, R; Connor, AM (International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR) 2015, 2015)
      In recent years there has been a rapid expansion of multidisciplinary degree programmes offered by Universities around the globe, with many being classified as design orientated or using the title Creative Technologies. ...
    • Orthogonal projection in teaching regression and financial mathematics

      Kachapova, F; Kachapov, I (ASA Publications, 2010)
      Two improvements in teaching linear regression are suggested. The first is to include the population regression model at the beginning of the topic. The second is to use a geometric approach: to interpret the regression ...
    • Oscillation Revisited

      Beer, G; Cao, J (arXiv, 2016)
      In previous work by Beer and Levi [8, 9], the authors studied the oscillation Ω(f, A) of a function f between metric spaces hX, di and hY, ρi at a nonempty subset A of X, defined so that when A = {x}, we get Ω(f, {x}) ...
    • Others bought it too: the relevance of knowing purchase levels

      Ali, H; Parsons, AG; Ballantine, P (Academy of Marketing, 2013)
      Daily deal websites offer retail products for a limited time (a day), at discounted rates. A key distinction from online vouchers and online auctions, as well as more typical retail, is that they reveal to the shopper how ...
    • Our Futures. Te Pae Tawhiti. The 2013 census and New Zealand's changing population

      Hawke, G; Bedford, R; Kukutai, T; McKinnon, M; Olssen, E; Spoonley, P (The Royal Society of New Zealand, 2014)
      Our Futures: Te Pae Tawhiti brings together data and analysis from the 2013 census and other sources, together with input from a wide range of researchers, to provide evidence-based pointers to the future of New Zealand ...
    • Our next generation of robotics researchers? Teaching robotics at primary school level

      Wong, CK; Yeap, WK; Schmidt, J (AUT University, 2009)
      In this paper, we present our experience in designing and teaching of our first robotics course for students at primary school level. The course was carried out over a comparatively short period of time, namely 6 weeks, 2 ...
    • Our People, Our Food, Our Planet: Sustainable Food Systems Policy in the Pacific

      Conn, C; Camnmock, R; Ford, K; Faesen Kloet, G; Nayar, S (Child and Youth Health Research Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Pacific Island Countries and Territories are facing a health crisis with non communicable diseases (NCDs) currently accounting for more than 80% of deaths. In the 21st century, advances in health intervention and policy ...
    • Our practices may change, but the values and foundations of the cultural traditions remain

      Ponton, V (Timeline Publication Pvt. Ltd., 2017)
      Male and female Samoan tattooing has always signified one’s perseverance and ability to withstand the pain of undergoing the ritual, as well as signified one’s identity, readiness and capacity to be of service to one’s ...