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Last updated on Monday 18 September 2017
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.
Professor Jonathan Elms was featured in a Seven Sharp segment about the arrival of Amazon in Australia and the impact it might have on the retail sector in New Zealand.
Professor Elms was also interviewed on One News about the Commerce Commission's latest report, which shows more than 40% of complaints made under the Fair Trading Act were about online sales.
Associate Professor Margaret Brunton had an opinion piece on under-funding in the health sector and the impact this has on medical staff published on stuff.co.nz.
Dr Andrew Cardow was interviewed in Newshub Live at 6pm and Prime News stories on the opening of early voting in the general election.
Dr Andy Asquith was interviewed on Newstalk ZB about Whangarei District Councillor Jayne Golightly resigning after being told by Election Services she is not a NZ citizen.
Professor Malcolm Wright was interviewed on Radio NZ’s Morning Report and Newstalk ZB about the recent volatility in election poll results. He was also quoted in a stuff.co.nz article on the topic and a NZ Herald article mentioned his Radio NZ interview.
The Te Awamutu Courier, Gisborne Herald and Ashburton Guardian published a story about a new report on technological disruption in the agrifood sector written by nine Massey Business School researchers, quoting Professor Stephen Kelly.
Dr Claire Matthews was interviewed on Radio NZ’s Nine to Noon about the importance of knowing your personal credit score.
An article about co-delivered university programmes by Vietnamese and New Zealand universities in Vietnam News profiled Massey’s pathway programmes with HCM City University of Economics, including the Master of Finance, Master of Business Studies and Bachelor of Business degrees.