Prolific research makes Conversation Yearbook

Article date: 14/09/2018 2:00p.m.  Article author: Craig Major

A column published by Business School Professor Jarrod Haar has been selected to appear in a publication of The Conversation's 50 best articles.

'Working four-day weeks for five days' pay? Research shows it pays off' summarises Jarrod's research into the four-day working week trial with Perpetual Guardian. The results of the trial were picked up by a range of local and international publications, including The Guardian and the New York Times.

Jarrod's Conversation piece will appear in The Conversation Yearbook 2018 - an annual publication that will this year compile the top 50 articles from more than 4,000 features published on the website. Jarrod's piece is one of just four articles in this year's edition to be penned by a New Zealander.

Published by the Melbourne University Press, The Conversation Yearbook 2018 is a "collection of essays [that] brings you the best of the authoritative journalism for which The Conversation is renowned." It is available in paperback and ebook format from 1 November.

Find out more, and pre-order The Conversation Yearbook 2018 from the MUP website.