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A critique of the Tertiary Education Advisory Commission’s policies on university education in New Zealand from a stakeholder theory perspective
(Lincoln University, 2013)
The importance of tertiary education to individuals and to society is widely recognised, not only in New Zealand, but in most other countries. Major changes have been initiated by governments worldwide that have identified ...
Education for occupational change: a study of institutional retraining in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2002)
In the Western world, and specifically in New Zealand, a major impetus for retraining has arisen quite recently and gone largely unnoticed. The new social phenomenon, retraining in the sense of education for occupational ...
University academics' psychological contracts in Australia and New Zealand
(ER Publishing, 2007)
This paper reviews Australasian academics' psychological contracts and how they are changing. While research has demonstrated that psychological contracts have considerable impact upon workplace relations and employee ...