A snapshot of recent research at Victoria Business School.
Professor Siah Hwee Ang works with New Zealand businesses, educating them about how to get into – and stay competitive in – Asian markets.
Dr Jonathan Barrett, from the School of Accounting and Commercial Law, has looked at the proposition that human rights belong to people and not corporations.
Organised criminality today is active through relatively inaccessible areas of the internet, says Professor John Brocklesby.
The role accounting plays in bringing about a lower-carbon future is the subject of research by Dr Binh Bui from the School of Accounting and Commercial Law.
Victoria Business School researchers are leading New Zealand's involvement in a landmark, worldwide research project into the IT industry.
The voice of the Asia Pacific region on copyright issues is growing thanks to the efforts of Associate Professor Susan Corbett.
It's a hard game pitching products into big retailers and encouraging consumers to see the extra value in a premium product.
The Department of Conservation is subsidising the tourism sector, which needs to be reversed for the preservation of protected areas says Dr Valentina Dinica.
Research analysing characters and their networks in literary texts is enabling interaction with the dynamic character networks for all 15 of Dickens works.
With the number of Muslims worldwide growing to more than one billion, marketers are clamouring to tap into this potentially lucrative market.
Victoria Business School researcher Dr Christian Schott is experimenting with technology that enables students to travel without leaving the comforts of home.
Analysis using a state-of-the-art synthetic control method has allowed researcher Dr Luke Chu to estimate the effects of medical marijuana laws in US cities.