Dr Jonathan Barrett

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Senior Lecturer School of Accounting and Commercial Law

Courses

Teaching in 2019

Profile

Jonathan Barrett’s research interests include taxation theory and role of human dignity in everyday situations. His PhD applied fundamental human rights to a taxation system. Jonathan is also interested in the theory and practice of teaching law to non-vocational students.

Selected publications

J Barrett and J Horsley “Social Justice and the Veil of Incorporation: A New Zealand Perspective” (2014) In I. Tchotourian (Ed) Company Law and CSR: Convergence or Divergence, a New Approach about the New Challenge of Law Brussels, Belgium: Editions Bruylant (forthcoming)

J Barrett “Should New Zealand Adopt Hybrid Social Enterprise Legislation?” (2013) New Zealand Business Law Quarterly Vol 19(4) pp 253-270

J Barrett “Do Companies Dream of Juristic Sheep? Corporate Claims to Human Rights: A Humanist Approach” (2013) Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association Vol 6(1&2)

J Barrett “New Zealand’s Proposed Extension of Media Legal Privileges to Web 2.0 Media” (2013) Web Journal of Current Legal Issues Vol 19(1)

J Barrett “Craftwork, Virtue, Trust: Re-imagining Work in a Zero Growth Economy” (2013) New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research Vol 11(1), 51-62

J Barrett and L Strongman “Sovereignty in postcolonial Aotearoa New Zealand: Ambiguities, Paradoxes and Possibilities” (2013) PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review Vol 36(2) pp 341-357

J Barrett and J Veal. Framing the CGT debate in New Zealand (2013) New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy Vol 19(2) pp 91-111

J Barrett and J Veal “‘Pokie Machines Ruined My Brother’: Gambling Associated Harm from a New Zealand Policy Perspective” (2013) Journal of Applied Law and Policy

) J Barrett and J Veal “Social Enterprise: Some Tax Policy Considerations” (2013) Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association Vol 8(1

J Barrett “Democratic Discourse, Taxation and Hypothecation” (2012) Journal of Australian Taxation Vol 14(1), pp 89-117

J Barrett “Fat Taxes: A Proportionality Approach” (2012) New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy Vol 18(3) pp 242-255.

J Barrett “Communities of Taxation and Justice: A Communitarian Approach to Inequality and Taxation” (2012) Journal of Applied Law and Policy pp 1-15

J Barrett “Crowdfunding: Some Policy and Legal Issues” (2012) New Zealand Business Law Quarterly Vol 18(4) pp 296-306

J Barrett “Name Suppression Orders and Web 2.0 Media: the New Zealand Experience” (2012) European Journal of Law and Technology Vol 3(1)

J Barrett and L Strongman “The Internet, the Law, and Privacy in New Zealand: Dignity with Liberty?” (2012) International Journal of Communication Vol 6 pp 127-143

J Barrett and L Thomson “Returning Dignity to Labour: Workplace Safety as a Human Right” (2012) New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations Vol 37(1) pp 82-89

J Barrett and J Veal “Charities’ Tax Privileges in New Zealand: A Critical Analysis” (2012) Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association Vol 7(1) pp 1-20

J Barrett and J Veal “Land Taxation: A New Zealand Perspective” (2012) eJournal of Tax Research Vol 10(3) pp 573-588

J Barrett “Behaviour Modifying Taxes: Some Ethical Considerations” (2011) In A Sawyer and A Maples (Eds) Taxation Issues: Existing and Emerging Christchurch NZ: Centre for Commercial and Corporate Law, University of Canterbury

J Barrett “The Young, the Senile and the Franchise” (2011) New Zealand Law Review Vol 1 pp 1-4

J Barrett “Imperfect Guarantees and the Property Law Act 2007” (2011) New Zealand Business Law Quarterly Vol 17 pp 68-84

J Barrett “Wealth Transfer Tax Redux?” (2011) New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy Vol 17(3) pp 289-308

J Barrett “Open Justice or Open Season? Developments in Judicial Engagement with New Media” (2011) Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal Vol 11(1) pp 1-30

J Barrett “Nudging in Governance and Policy” (2011) Journal of Applied Law and Policy pp 1-12

J Barrett “Conflict in “Middle-earth”: Employment Law, Globalisation and Independent Film Workers” (2011) Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

J Barrett and J Horsley “Imagining the Body Corporate: Alternatives to the Orthodox Legal Conception of the Company” (2011) Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association Vol 4(1&2) pp 17-29

J Barrett “Has the Statute of Frauds been Rendered Nugatory?” (2010) Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

J Barrett “Equity and GST Policy” (2010) Journal of Applied Law and Policy pp 15-31

J Barrett “Copyright and the Sound Bite Society” (2010) Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal Vol 10 pp 1-26

J Barrett and L Strongman “Time Capsule: Exploration of Concepts of Law and Time in Colonial New Zealand” (2010) Portal: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies Vol 7(1)

J Barrett “Copyright and Commercial Slogans” (2009) Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

J Barrett “The Role of Legal Studies in the Business Curriculum” (2009) New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research Vol 7(2) pp 57-67

J Barrett “Sustainability, Human Rights and Standing: A Humanist Perspective” (2009) Open Polytechnic Working Paper Series WP-04

J Barrett “Progressive Income Taxation Revisited” (2008) New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy Vol 14(4) pp 457-482

J Barrett “Equity in Local Government Rating” (2007) New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy Vol 13(4) pp 621-639

J Barrett “‘Off Balance Sheet Law’: Globalisation, Accounting and Democracy” (2007) Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online Vol 2 pp 75-94

J Barrett “Artists’ Intellectual Property Rights: A Regional Perspective” (2006) New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research Vol 5(2) pp 25-34.

J Barrett “Dignatio and the Human Body” (2005) South African Journal on Human Rights, Vol 21(4) pp 525-546

Courses

Teaching in 2019