The Business School hosts the following research groups.
Research-based group comprised of academics and practising lawyers for debate about the future of the ACC scheme.
Study of contemporary marketing practices around the world by a network of marketing academics at various universities.
Research focused on understanding the intricacies and challenges that surround family businesses.
Evidence-based research on the business growth of New Zealand's small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
Study of how various human resource systems can be used to improve organisational performance.
Investigates all aspects of anti-consumption in order to understand the reasons underlying its existence.
Research activities related to pricing and resource allocation mechanisms.
Network of researchers and analysts who are engaged in debate and education in the public sphere of policy development.
The group's main focus is on qualitative research in organisations and society.
Support for scholars undertaking research and teaching in the area of sustainability.
Research into the equal access of technology by minority groups with an added emphasis on sustainability.
A study into all aspects of the domestic and global wine business value system.
DEPARTMENTS, RESEARCH INSTITUTES, CENTRES AND GROUPS
- Accounting and Finance
- Commercial Law
- Graduate School of Management
- Information Systems and Operations Management
- Management and International Business
- Research centres and groups
- New Zealand Asia Institute
- New Zealand Leadership Institute
- Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning