Business and economics news

Ranjana Gupta

How to beat obesity? Leave GST in place

19 Jun, 2023
Despite calls to ditch GST from fruit and veg, there are more targeted options that can be used to help struggling families afford healthier foods.
Accounting degree adds to career choices

Accounting degree adds to career choices

24 May, 2023
A recent event hosted by AUT Business School brought together students, parents, and professionals to discuss the value of an Accounting degree.
BEL hosts Morning with a Mentor

Mentoring programme empowers students

22 May, 2023
Praise is flowing for the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law’s “Morning with a Mentor” programme.
Low-paying workers

Low-paying jobs for some workers

01 May, 2023
New AUT research explores whether low-wage workers can easily transition to better-paying opportunities.
Headshot of AUT Business School grad Mike Jenkins

Global win for Business School grad

28 Apr, 2023
Mike Jenkins (Ngāti Raukawa), a 2005 graduate of AUT Business School, has won a sought-after Beta Gamma Sigma 2023 Entrepreneurial Achievement Award.
Kate-Managing for a better World

Allyship and making a difference

19 Apr, 2023
Allyship is about acknowledging and understanding inequities and taking action to help level the playing field, explains Professor Kate Kearins.
Professor Helena Cooper-Thomas

Optimal recovery: why, and how, to do it

18 Apr, 2023
Professor Helena Cooper-Thomas explains how you can actively restore your energies after work and enhance your on-the-job performance.
Audience at special screening of WASH

We Are Still Here screens at AUT

17 Apr, 2023
AUT whānau involved in an award-winning film were celebrated at a special screening event at Ngā Wai o Horotiu, AUT Marae.
AUT Business students with a dismantled Xerox machine

A hands-on approach to sustainability

05 Apr, 2023
Industry opens its doors to AUT students to experience for themselves how companies commit to sustainability.
A dad and child juggling work and school holidays

How to C.O.P.E. during “8 for April”

03 Apr, 2023
Kiwi kids will be in school for just eight days this month. But for working parents, it doesn’t have to be all bad. Professor Candice Harris explains.


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