Enterprise and Innovation is the name of the Research Paper Series of the Business School at AUT (ISSN 1176-1997). Enterprise and Innovation serves as an interdisciplinary forum for original research undertaken within the Business School, highlighting and supporting the active research culture here. The aims of the forum are to provide a channel for the dissemination of working papers for discussion prior to subsequent development. Copies of Enterprise and Innovation can be downloaded for free as PDF files from this website. Printed hardcopy papers are also archived at the National Library and University Libraries throughout New Zealand.
The Editorial Panel and Staff
Enterprise and Innovation papers are reviewed before publication. Currently the Editorial Panel consists of:
|Professor Noel Cox||Law|
|Professor Kate Kearins||Management|
|Professor Roger Marshall||Marketing|
|Associate Professor Simon Mowatt||Management, Editor|
|Professor Deryl Northcott||Accounting|
|Professor Alireza Tourani-Rad||Finance|
|The General Editor||Associate Professor Simon Mowatt|
The Editorial Panel may have submissions reviewed by other parties where appropriate.
Who can submit papers to Enterprise and Innovation?
AUT staff and PhD Students within the Faculty of Business can submit papers to the series. Co-authors can be from other institutions or Faculties within AUT as long as the main author(s) is within the Faculty of Business. Work should be of quality to be considered for publication and not of a first draft status.
New and emerging researchers are encouraged to submit papers.
Notes to Contributors
Two hard copies of the paper must be submitted. These must be printed on one side of A4 paper and be accompanied by an identical copy on disk (or e-mailed as attachments by arrangement). MS-Word format preferred.
The main text should be preceded by an abstract of no more than 150 words.
The paper should be formatted in STRICT accordance with the following guidelines:
|Text Body||Arial 12 pt|
|Section Headings||Arial 14 pt, align left, SmallCaps|
|Section Sub-Headings||Arial 12 pt, align left, italic|
|Abstract||Arial 12 pt, italic|
|Page Setup||Margins Top, left, bottom, right: 25mm|
|Page Numbers||Abstract and title page unnumbered, page 1 starts for main body text, Centred at page bottom|
|Notes||To be numbered and collected at the end of the paper as endnotes.|
|Bibliography||Should be set out in Harvard Style as in the example below:|
|Books||Casson, M. (1997), Information and Organisation, Clarendon Press, Oxford|
|Chapters||Gereffi, G. (1994) “The Organization of Buyer-Driven Global Commodity Chains: How U.S. Retailers Shape Overseas Production Networks”, In: Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism, (Eds, Gereffi, G. and Korzeniewicz, M.) Praeger, Westport, Conn, pp. 95-122|
|Journal Articles||Cox, H., Mowatt, S. and Prevezer M. (2002), “The Firm in the Information Age: Organizational Responses to Technological Change in the Processed Foods Sector”, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol 11, No 1, pp. 135-158|
|Reports||Government Administration Select Committee, (2003), “Weathertightness of Buildings in New Zealand”, Report of the Government Administration’s Committee Enquiry into the Weathertightness of Buildings in New Zealand, Office of The Clerk, House of Representatives, Wellington, pp.117 (Report i5b) Available: www.clerk.parliament.govt.nz/Content/SelectCommitteeReports/i5b.pdf, Accessed: April 1 2003|
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Last updated: 28-Jan-2016 10.16am
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