Dr John Randal – Associate Dean, Students
Teaching in 2019
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
PhD MSc DipFinMath Well
- L. Marriott, J.A. Randal and K. Holmes (2013). Tax experiments in the real world. eJournal of Tax Research, 11(2), 216-244.
- K. Holmes, L. Marriott and J.A. Randal (2012). Ethics and experiments in accounting: A contribution to the debate on measuring ethical behaviour. Pacific Accounting Review, 24(1), 80-100.
- L. Marriott, J.A. Randal and K. Holmes (2010). Influences on tax evasion behaviour: Insights from a behavioural simulation experiment. New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy, 16(4), 369-394.
- R.P. Martin and J.A. Randal (2009). How Sunday, price, and social norms influence donation behaviour. Journal of Socio-Economics 38, 722-727.
- J.A. Randal (2008). A reinvestigation of robust scale estimation in finite samples. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 52, 5014-5021.
- R.P. Martin and J.A. Randal (2008). How is donation behaviour affected by the donations of others? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 67(1), 228-238.
Books and book chapters
- J. Haywood and J.A. Randal (2014). Modelling seaonality and structural breaks: Visitors to NZ and 9/11. In Statistical Modelling in Bioststatistics and Bioinformatics, G. MacKenzie and D. Peng (Eds). Springer, Switzerland.
- J.A. Randal and M.J Clark (2010). A First Course in Applied Statistics - with applications in biology, business, and the social sciences (2nd ed.). Pearson, 2010.
- R.P. Martin and J.A. Randal (2010). How social norms, price and scrutiny influence donation behaviour: Evidence from four natural field experiments. In The Science of Giving: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Charity, D.M. Oppenheimer and C.Y. Olivola (Eds). Taylor and Francis, London.