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  • The Abolition of the Group Boycott Prohibition from New Zealand Competition Law 

    Ahdar, Rex
    New Zealand competition law’s per se prohibition upon group boycotts (contracts, arrangements or understandings containing an exclusionary provision), s 29 of the Commerce Act 1986, is destined for the scrap heap. Proponents ...
  • Abortion and mental health: A response to Romans and Steinberg 

    Fergusson, David M.; Horwood, L. John; Boden, Joseph M.
    In their recent commentaries on our paper (Fergusson et al., 2013), Romans (2013) and Steinberg (2013) produce a series of arguments which they claim impugn the validity of our conclusions that: “at the present time there ...
  • The Absent Vedas 

    Sweetman, Will
    The Vedas were first described by a European author in a text dating from the 1580s, which was subsequently copied by other authors and appeared in translation in most of the major European languages in the course of the ...
  • Abundance and diversity of herbaceous weeds in sheep/beef pastures, South Island, New Zealand 

    Moller, Henrik; Manhire, Jon; Lucock, D; Blackwell, G; Hill, R; Emanuelsson, M
    This study compared species diversity, abundance and size of broad-leaved herbaceous weeds on 28 South Island sheep/beef farms that employed either organic, integrated management (IM) or conventional management (CM) systems. ...
  • ACC Infects the Criminal Law? 

    Connell, Simon
    This case note critically examines an ACC appeal that decides a point of criminal law.
  • ACC Infects the Criminal Law? 

    Connell, Simon
    This case note critically examines an ACC appeal that decides a point of criminal law.
  • Accident Compensation Entitlements Under The Property (Relationships) Act 1976 

    Peart, Nicola; Connell, Simon
    This article, co-authored 50/50 with Professor Nicola Peart, an expert in relationship property law, discusses how New Zealand’s law on the division of relationship property upon separation applies to entitlements received ...
  • Accident Compensation Entitlements Under The Property (Relationships) Act 1976 

    Connell, Simon; Peart, Nicola
    This article, co-authored 50/50 with Professor Nicola Peart, an expert in relationship property law, discusses how New Zealand’s law on the division of relationship property upon separation applies to entitlements received ...
  • The Accommodation of the Shari'a within Western Legal Systems 

    Ahdar, Rex; Aroney, Nicholas
    Most Western countries today are grappling with the question whether Islamic law, the Shari’a, should somehow be recognized and incorporated into their domestic legal systems. The issue is highly complex and controversial, ...
  • Accounting education in Cambodia 

    Seng, Dyna
    This paper discusses the development of accounting education in Cambodia and the recent formation of a professional accounting body in that country. The historical and political background and the structure of the Cambodian ...
  • Accounting education in Cambodia 

    Seng, Dyna
    This paper discusses the development of accounting education in Cambodia and the recent formation of a professional accounting body in that country. The historical and political background and the structure of the Cambodian ...
  • Acting the Moor: Critical response to performances of Othello in Australia and New Zealand 1834 - 1866 

    Warrington, Lisa
    In this article, I examine selected Australian and New Zealand productions of Othello over a thirty-five year arc, sampling critical commentary from each decade to highlight the expectations of Shakespeare in performance ...
  • Admissibility or Weight? 

    Connell, Simon
    This short article is a response to another author’s piece in the same journal, and addresses the possible configurations of the law on the admissibility of extrinsic evidence for the purpose of interpreting registered ...
  • Admissibility or Weight? 

    Connell, Simon
    This short article is a response to another author’s piece in the same journal, and addresses the possible configurations of the law on the admissibility of extrinsic evidence for the purpose of interpreting registered ...
  • Adolescent depression, adult mental health and psychosocial outcomes at 30 and 35 years 

    McLeod, GF; Horwood, L. John; Fergusson, David M.
    Background There is limited information on long-term outcomes of adolescent depression. This study examines the associations between severity of depression in adolescence and a broad array of adult functional outcomes. ...
  • Adolescent resiliency to family adversity 

    Fergusson, David M.; Lynskey, Michael T.
    The factors associated with adolescent resiliency to childhood adversity were examined in a birth cohort of 940 New Zealand adolescents studied to the age of 16 years. Resilient teenagers were defined by: (a) high exposure ...
  • Advance Australia fair? Anatomy and pathology of an 84-year trade dispute 

    Knight, John G
    This paper examines the very long-running trade dispute between Australia and New Zealand concerning a ban on the importation of apples on the basis of fire blight disease present in New Zealand. This particular example ...
  • Advancing Marine Policy Toward Ecosystem-Based Management by Eliciting Public Preferences 

    Chhun, Sophal; Kahui, Viktoria; Moller, Henrik; Thorsnes, Paul
    The implementation of marine protected areas, such as marine reserves and customary fishing areas, is considered an important step toward advancing ecosystem-based management (EBM), but has proven difficult due to resistance ...
  • Advertising of controversial products: a cross-cultural study 

    Waller, David S; Fam, Kim-Shyan; Erdogan, B Zafer
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine attitudes towards the advertising of certain controversial products/services and reasons for being offensive across four different countries, Malaysia, New Zealand, Turkey ...