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A Massey University survey has shown that Amazon's arrival to New Zealand could dramatically change our retail scene to the point where some shops may be at threat of shrinking or closing.
Professor Jonathan Elms is leading the research and he spoke to Duncan Garner at Newshub.
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Last updated on Monday 05 February 2018
Massey University's business experts are often sought out for their expertise and opinions on topical issues. Here are highlights of the latest interviews and commentary in the news.
The top 10 finalists in Massey’s annual Quote of the Year competition were announced this week with commentary from Dr Heather Kavan. The competition was covered by TVNZ, NZ Herald, stuff.co.nz, Newshub, Radio NZ, RadioLive, Gisborne Herald.
Dr Jenny Hou’s research into how fake news can affect businesses and how to combat it was profiled by the Herald on Sunday.
Newshub Live at 6 broadcast a story about Amazon that included the findings of the annual Big Issues in Retail survey. Associate Professor David Tripe was interviewed by One News for a story on the introduction of Alibaba’s payment platform in New Zealand.
Massey retail student Maddie McClean was quoted in a FutureFive article about a new social media app for young people seeking jobs.
Dr Tripe was also interviewed on Radio NZ about the Australian government’s announcement that there will be Royal Commission to examine its four biggest banks.
Professor Tim Bentley and Dr David Tappin wrote an article about their new NZ Workplace Barometer research for Safeguard Magazine.
NZ Herald and Bay of Plenty Times article on the incidence of workplace bullying in New Zealand cited findings from Massey University research.
Dr Ralph Bathurst was quoted in a Management Mag feature article about leadership and whether it is possible for a new CEO to turn a bad situation around.
Dr Farah Palmer and co-author Dr Yusuke Kuroda’s research paper that compared how cultural identity affects the way the Māori All Blacks and the Japan National team play rugby was covered by the Wairarapa Times-Age.
All Space, a graduate of Massey’s ecentre, was profiled in NZ Business Magazine. The Bay of Plenty Times and nzherald.co.nz profiled a group of students heading to the National Young Enterprise Competition. The story included details of the Massey Business School’s sponsorship of the event.