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Enterprise and Innovation

Enterprise and Innovation Research Paper Series ISSN Number 1176-1997

The aim is to provide a channel for the dissemination of research papers for discussion prior to subsequent development and journal submission. The intention being to provide a forum for original work undertaken by (or in collaboration with) AUT staff and research students in the AUT Business School to be circulated and discussed within the academic community prior to subsequent development.

Research submitted to Enterprise and Innovation will be blind peer reviewed by AUT staff working under the general editor and editorial panel. The editorial panel comprises; Dr Julie Douglas, Associate Professor Simon Mowatt, Dr Simon Martin, Dr Katherine Ravenswood, Dr Richard Sisley, Dr Roy Smollan, and Professor Stephen Teo.

Papers are freely available to download at this website, and printed copies are available at the National and University Libraries in New Zealand and by request.

For enquiries and submission please contact the general editor Dr Simon Martin at

33-2007 Gender Differences in the Relationship Between Workplace Friendships and Organisational Outcomes. Rachel Morrison

32-2007 Enemies at Work. Rachel Morrison

31-2007 The Virtuous Entrepreneur: New Ventures and Human Flourishing. Margaret Blackburn and Peter McGhee

30-2006 Political Orientation of Government and Stock Market Returns. Jedrzej Bialkowski,Katrin Gottschalk and Tomasz Wisniewski

29-2006 Performance Appraisal of Administrative Staff in a Tertiary Institution: Perception. Aileen Naming and Nevan Wright

28-2006 Meridian Energy and Project Aqua: A Study in Stakeholder Identification and Salience. Philippa Wells

27-2006 The Impact of Regulations on the Informational Basis of Insider Trading. Aaron Gilbert and Alireza Tourani-Rad

26-2006 Stock Market Volatility around National Elections. Jedrzej Bialkowski, Katrin Gottschalkand Tomasz Wisniewski

25-2006 Assessment Preferences of MBA and MBus Students: A New Zealand Study. Christopher Selvarajah, Edwina Pio and Denny Meyer

24-2005 Accruals and Cash Flows Anomalies: Evidence from the New Zealand Stock Market. Hardjo Koerniadi and Alireza Tourani-Rad

23-2005 Monetary Policy Transparency and Pass-Through of Retail Interest Rates. Ming-Hua Liu, Dimitri Margaritis and Alireza Tourani-Rad

22-2005 Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector: Examining the Application of Strategic Entrepreneurship to SOEs. Belinda Luke and Martie-Louise Verreynne

21-2005 Insider Trading, Regulation and the Components of the Bid-Ask Spread. Bart Frijns, Aaron Gilbert and Alireza Tourani-Rad

20-2004 Strategy-Making Process and Firm Performance in Small Firms. Martie-Louise Verreynne

19-2004 Testing for the Invariance of a Causal Model of Friendships at Work: An Investigation of Job Type and Needs. Rachel Morrison

18-2005 Accounting: Perceptions of Influential High School Teachers in the USA and NZ. Paul Wells and Peter Fieger

17-2005 The Supply of Accounting Graduates in New Zealand. Paul Wells

16-2005 In Search of Professional Identity: A Descriptive Study of New Zealand “Professional” Bodies’ Codes of Ethics. Glen Oliver and Peter McGhee

15-2004 Wages and Conditions of Clinical Coders in New Zealand. A report of surveys conducted in 1998 and 2004. Julie Douglas

14-2004 Insiders and the Law: The Impact of Regulatory Change on Insider Trading. Aaron Gilbert, Alireza Tourani-Rad and Tomasz Piotr Wisniewski

13-2004 Do Insiders Crowd Out Analysts? Aaron Gilbert, Alireza Tourani-Rad and Tomasz Piotr Wisniewski

12-2004 The Impact of Regulatory Change on Insider Trading Profitability: Some Early Evidence from New Zealand. Aaron Gilbert, Alireza Tourani-Rad and Tomasz Piotr Wisniewski

11-2004 Paying Attention To The Construct Of Salience In Identity-related Literature and Beyond. Helen Anderson and Jonathan Matheny

10-2004 New Perspectives on the Supply-Chain and Consumer-Driven Innovation. Simon Mowatt

09-2003 The Persistence of NZ Dollar Misalignments Relative to Purchasing Power Parity. Robin H. Luo and L. Christopher Plantier

08-2003 Emotions Experienced Through Organisational Events: An Exploratory Framework of Perceived Justice and Outcomes. Roy Smollan and Jonathan Matheny

07-2003 The Use of Performance Measurement as an Accountability Mechanism: A Case Study in the UK National Health Service. Deryl Northcott and Li-cheng

06-2003 Retailers’ Perceived Value of Manufacturers’ Brands. Mark Glynn, Judy Motion and Roderick Brodie

05-2003 Examining the Effects of Referent Power on Intrinsic Motivation in Organisations: A Self-Concept Based Approach. Christopher Boggs, Brett Collins and Martie-Louise Verreynne

04-2003 Technology, Organisation and Innovation: The Historical Development of the UK Magazine Industry. Howard Cox and Simon Mowatt

03-2003 Measuring Intangible Value in Business to Business Buyer-Seller Relationships: An Intellectual Capital Perspective. Roger Baxter and Sheelagh Matear

02-2003 Internet Strategies for Established Retailers: Five Case Studies from New Zealand. Bill Doolin, Bob McQueen and Mark Watton

01-2003 Innovation Networks and the Development of Consumer-Driven ICT-Based Management Systems. Simon Mowatt and Howard Cox



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