News stories - Waikato Management School
A series of fortunate events (8 April 2021)
If you've ever wondered how far a few chance meetings, some solid relationship-building and hard work can take you, look no further than University of Waikato alumna Michelle McCarthy.
Economics Professor says housing announcement lacking detail and doesn’t go far enough (21 March 2021)
University of Waikato Professor of Economics, Frank Scrimgeour, says the Government’s housing announcement today does not address the fundamental issue driving up house prices which is a lack of supply.
Two University of Waikato students have won the Sir Edmund Hillary Medal for their significant contribution to their community, while upholding a high level of academic achievement and accomplishment in sports and the arts.
Opinion: ‘safety at all costs’ - costs lives (15 March 2021)
Professor John Gibson discusses Government responses to the health risk of Covid-19 and competing threats to health and wellbeing. He poses the question: to what extent has our national Covid-19 response been in proportion to the actual threat?
The University of Waikato is set to host a national economics conference on 3 and 4 March to ask the big questions about the future of New Zealand’s economy.
Modelling international trade regulations reveals hidden impacts (24 February 2021)
New Zealand recently signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), an historic trade agreement between fifteen economies in the Asia Pacific region covering almost a third of the world’s population.
Scholarships awarded to University of Waikato Tauranga campus students (22 February 2021)
A group of new and returning University of Waikato students gathered at the Tauranga campus last week to receive scholarships generously donated by the Tauranga Tertiary Campus Charitable Trust (TTCCT) and Acorn Foundation.
New Professorial Appointments for Waikato (5 February 2021)
University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has announced academic promotions for one new Professor and 15 Associate Professors.
Why nice people commit fraud (28 January 2021)
Could kind, well-liked leaders be putting their company at greater risk of financial fraud than very aggressive leaders? Groundbreaking new international research from the University of Waikato suggests that may be the case.
Curb population growth to tackle climate change: now that’s a tough ask (25 January 2021)
Population growth plays a role in environmental damage and climate change.
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