Research in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law is committed to conducting research that matters. Research that matters is both research of high academic quality and impact, and research of relevance and value for business, the professions, government and society.

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, comprises The AUT Business School, the AUT Law School and the School of Economics, as well as a research institute and five research centres.

The pay gap between working women and their male colleagues has stalled at 12% for nearly two decades. AUT’s New Zealand Work Research Institute investigates why women still earn less than men.

Contact the Faculty of Business Economics and Law Research Office

Research Manager
Ursula Foley

Research Administrator
Allison Maplesden

Last updated: 02-Feb-2018 9.38am

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