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Last updated on Monday 21 August 2017
Massey University's business experts are often sought out for their expertise and opinions on topical issues. Here are highlights of the latest interviews and commentary in the news.
Professor Stephen Croucher had an opinion piece on leadership and Donald Trump’s response to right wing protests in Charlottesville published on stuff.co.nz.
Dr Claire Matthews was interviewed on Newstalk ZB about Prime Minister Bill English wanting the Reserve Bank to review its loan-to-value ratio lending rules.Dr Matthews was also quoted in a stuff.co.nz and Manawatu Standard story about students needing to avoid large overdrafts.
Associate Professor David Tripe was interviewed by Radio NZ about new Zealand’s AA rating from ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.
Professor Christoph Schumacher was interviewed on Radio NZ’s The Panel about whether merging Auckland and Hamilton into one economic region makes sense.
Retail student Maddie McClean was profiled in the North Shore Times and on stuff.co.nz after winning the Stephen Small scholarship from The Warehouse Group and shadowing Warehouse and Warehouse Stationery chief executive Pejman Okhovat for a day.
A Landlords story about the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment housing affordability figures referred to the findings of the Massey Home Affordability Report.
Massey accountancy graduate and MP for Hunua Andrew Bayley was profiled in the Wanganui Chronicle before giving a talk about his adventures in the North and South Poles. Massey journalism student Andre Chumko had an article published in the Wainuiomata News. His byline indicated he was a Massey student.