Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
From tax incentives to cash grants, 'price signals' are the key to increasing the uptake of electric vehicles in New Zealand, writes Victoria University of Wellington Professor of Taxation Lisa Marriott.
The report into law firm Russell McVeagh is a model of frankness and it would be good to see similar acts of frankness elsewhere, such as in the public sector, writes Dr Geoff Plimmer from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Management.
Mānuka-related products account for 33 of the 77 application 'families' of potential concern, say researchers.
There might need to be different state pension eligibility ages based on the physical demands of a person's job, says an extended working life researcher in a Victoria University of Wellington talk.
Victims need acknowledgement and a full and frank apology from the highest level of government, says Dr Elizabeth Stanley, a Reader in Victoria University of Wellington's Institute of Criminology.
New Zealand could still aim higher in ensuring integrity, says Professor Karin Lasthuizen, Victoria University of Wellington's Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership.
Policy-makers still seem to be still prioritising economic growth based on conservative indicators over protecting species and the environment, writes Associate Professor Valentina Dinica from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government.
Victoria University of Wellington's Dr Eva Nisa and Dr Faried F Saenong explain the background to recent suicide bombings involving children.
A Victoria University of Wellington-led team of researchers has received a $4.78 million Health Research Council grant to assess the effectiveness of New Zealand's primary health care system.