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Our Research

Recently published work by members of our team

  • Adler,R., Mansi,M., Pandey, R (2017) “Biodiversity and threatened species reporting by the top Fortune Global companies” Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (forthcoming) ABDC ranked A
  • Zhang, J. & Walton, S. (forthcoming). Eco-innovation and business performance: the moderating effects of environmental orientation and resource commitment in green-oriented SMEs. R&D Management.
  • Diaz-Rainey, I, Robertson, B & Wilson, C, (2017) ‘Stranded Research? Leading Finance Journals are Silent on Climate Change’, Climactic Change, 143:1, 243-260 (ERA: A)
  • Berg, N. and Preston, K. (2017), Willingness to pay for local food?: Consumer preferences and shopping behavior at Otago Farmers Market. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 103, 343-361. [A*].
  • Carr, A., Ruhanen, L. & Whitford, M. (2016) Indigenous Peoples and Tourism: The Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Tourism Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Special Issue on Sustainable Tourism and Indigenous Peoples 24 (8&9, 1047-1069)
  • Lawson, R., Williams, J., & Wooliscroft, B. (2015). Contrasting approaches to fuel poverty in New Zealand. Energy Policy, 81, 38-42.
  • McDonald, S., Oates, C. J., Thyne, M., Timmis, A. J., & Carlile, C. (2015). Flying in the face of environmental concern: why green consumers continue to fly. Journal of Marketing Management, 31(13-14), 1503-1528.
  • McNeill, L. and Moore, R*. (2015). Sustainable Fashion Consumption and the Fast Fashion Conundrum – Fashionable Consumers & Attitudes to Sustainability in Clothing Choice. International Journal of Consumer Studies.  DOI: 10.1111/ijcs.12169
  • Watkins, L., Aitken, R. and Mather, D. (2015) Conscientious Consumers: A Relationship between Moral Foundations, Political Orientation and Sustainable Consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol 134, 137-146.
  • Lovelock, B.A. (2013) Taking the ethical highroad: modelling travel patterns in an ethical world, Tourism Review International,16(3) pp.183-202.