New Zealand Association of Economics Conference - 14 July 2017
- Warrantless Arrest Laws for Domestic Violence: How are Youth Affected? – Kabir Dasgupta and Gail Pacheco
- Empirical evidence of the gender pay gap in NZ – Gail Pacheco, Chao Li, and Bill Cochrane
The Future of Work - June - July 2017
- How do employees feel about the 4th industrial revolution? – Jarrod Haar
- The Future of Work: What will employment look like in the future? – Jarrod Haar
- The Future of Work: Is todays HR ready for tomorrow's economy – Jarrod Haar
- “I get by with a little help from my friends…especially if they have good work-life balance!” – Jarrod Haar
- Bouncing Back from Adversity: Exploring an Organisational Resilience Psychological Climate in New Zealand – Jarrod Haar
Western Economics Association Conference - 28 June 2017
- Explaining ethnic disparities in bachelor's qualifications: Participation, retention, and completion in NZ – Lisa Meehan, Gail Pacheco, and Zoe Pushon
- The impact of child welfare legislation on domestic violence-related homicide rates – Gail Pacheco and Kabir Dasgupta
Empirical Evidence AUT Workshop – 23-24 February 2017
- Family Size Effects on Child Health: Evidence on the Quantity-Quality Trade-off using the NLSY – Kabir Dasgupta and Keisha Solomon
2nd Symposium on Meaningful Work – 1-2 December 2016
- Who Creates Jobs in New Zealand? Firm and Employment Dynamics – Lydia Cheung and Geoffrey Brooke
- Towards a right to meaningful work in supply chain ecosystems – Ruth Yeoman
- The potential for workplace democracy in an age of inequality – Helen Delaney et al.
- Meaningful work at the bottom of the pyramid: perspectives on social value creation in social entrepreneurship – Diana Lorenzo
- Utilizing appreciative inquiry to cultivate a meaningful work perspective and support successful organizational change – Patrick Farran
- Meaningful interventions as a way to facilitate engagement and personal initiative in the workplace: a field experimental study – Luke Fletcher
- Multiple meanings of calling: next steps for studying an evolving construct – Bryan Dik and Adelyn Shimizu
- Putting older workers in charge of their learning: a cognitive behavioural intervention to boost learning competency – Christian Rossnagel
- Meaningful work from and for others: exploring how and through which mechanisms others at work shape employees’ experience of work as meaningful – Evgenia Lysova et al.
- Sweeping the floor or putting a man on the moon: how to define and measure meaningful work? – Jitske Both-Nwabuwe et al.
- Antecedents and outcomes of meaningful work: a multi-group analysis of age and gender differences – Jarrod Haar and Rachel Morrison
- Work as a calling: a theoretical model – Ryan Duffy et al.
- Meaningful work for Chinese managers: Confucianism and Taoism based career success in China – Qianni Gu et al.
- Small acts of leadership – big acts of meaningful work – Larry Peters et al.
- Finding meaning in life, one haircut at a time: the interactive effects of work meaningfulness and economic need – Isaac Smith et al.
- Social change and the calling towards meaningful work: gender and sexuality in the creation of a music network – Jo Reger and Karen Markel
- There is more to life than (meaningful) work: how meaning prediction of personal relationships informs career management strategies – Carrie Oelberger
- Finding meaning outside the bounds of paid organisational work – Barbara Myers
- Research findings: when my work is meaningful I experience... – Marjo Lips-Wiersma
- 'I’m a better Manager'. A biographic narrative study of the impact of personal trauma on the professional lives of managers in the UK – Amy Armstrong et al.
- The market refold: retrofitting meaning into contemporary workplaces – Miya Tokumitsu and Joeri Mol
- What’s the point! Erosion of meaning in work – A.R. Elangovan et al.
- Too much of a good thing, excessive meaningfulness in voluntary work – Mona Florian
- Meaningful work in public health services – Pauline Davies
- From the ground up: creating meaningful work for young people – Janet Sayers
- Meaningful work while pursuing a PhD: an idiosyncratic reflection on the benefits of self-flagellation – Rob Kilpatrick
- What am I without my work? exploring meaning-making at work – M.V. Anuradha and E.S. Srinivas
- Hannah Arendt, meaningful work and the human condition – Nadine McDonnell
- ‘We’re not scum, we’re human’: recognition, inter-subjectivity and the role of the ‘other’ in meaningful work – Katie Bailey and Adrian Madden
- Wurde und Wert, dignity for meaningful work – Tuure Väyrynen and Sari Laari-Salmela
- A clash of values: how individual dispositions and economization shape the production of meaningfulness in ‘dirty work’ – Natasha Slutskaya and Annilee
- Willing to stay: exploring work meaningfulness and job crafting with professional commitment and organizational commitment – Marianne Lamkin and Donna Morrow
- The personal experience of untapped potential in the work domain as a temporal perspective on meaning-making – Giverny De Boeck and Nicky Dries
- Closing remarks – Neal Chalofsky
Managing Resilience in the Workplace Symposium – 12 September 2016
- Useful links
- Organisational resilience – Marcus Ho (AUT), Timothy Giles (Committee for Auckland)
- Wellbeing at Work – Anne Messervy (AUT), Aaron Jarden (AUT)
- Keep on going, you'll be dead soon – Christine Woods (University of Auckland)
- Mindfulness at Work – Richard Siegert, Chris Krägeloh, Wendy Wrapson (AUT)
- The State of Ease – Wayne Neal
Celebrating 30 years of the Household Labour Force Survey – 20 April 2016
- Why did we start the HLFS, supplements along the way, international trends coming up – Diane Ramsay (Statistics New Zealand)
- The changing labour market over the past 30 years - and areas of focus coming up – David Paterson (MBIE)
- A compilation of minimum wage research using the HLFS – Gail Pacheco (AUT)
- The Gender Pay Gap in New Zealand; evidence from the HLFS and SOWL – Bill Cochrane (Waikato University) and Gail Pacheco (AUT)
- What the HLFS can tell us about the lives of ordinary New Zealanders – Alan Johnson (Salvation Army)
- How the Council uses socio-economic data – Brian Osborne (RIMU – Auckland Council)
- Redeveloped HLFS at a glance – what is changing and what is staying the same – Sharon Snelgrove (Stats NZ)