GOVERNMENTS VS THE VIRUS: NEW ZEALAND
Gender Impact Analysis Policy Forum: Women workers and COVID-19 in Aotearoa
Study to assess the impact of Covid-19 on tikanga
Faculty of Arts
- Alice Mills (Criminology): From locked up to locked down
Tim Dare (Philosophy): The ethics of contact tracing apps
- Tim Mulgan (Philosophy): We can’t ask young people to pay the price alone
- Peter Zámborský (School of Management): Three keys to post-Covid business success
- Susan St John and Claire Dale: Why this Budget matters for intergenerational fairness
Centre for Supply Chain Management COVID-19 Presentations:
- Matt Ball, Craig Sain and Reinhold Goeschel from Ports of Auckland
- Ilan Oshri and the Impact of COVID-19 on the IT Outsourcing Industry
- Professor Tava Olsen on Supply Chain Theory and Projections for Covid-19
- Alan Day on COVID-19: Implementing Supplier Management at Speed
- Mark Singh on the Impact of COVID-19 on NZ Supply Chains and Actions to Take
- Professor Prasanna Gai on the Macroeconomics of Pandemics: This Time is Different
Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries
- Diane Brand – Were post-pandemic cities best planned 100 years ago?
Faculty of Education and Social Work
- Jacoba Matapo (Associate Dean Pasifika):The vā that binds: a Pasifika education story during Covid-19
- Alison Jones: Why we need real life teachers
- Peter O’Connor: TE RITO TOI – RETURNING TO SCHOOL AFTER TRAUMATIC OR LIFE CHANGING EVENTS
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Law
- Claire Charters The relevance of te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Covid-19 era
- Matt Bartlett: Covid-19 mass surveillance terrifying for the future
- Klaus Bosselman:Covid-19 could trigger systemic change
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
- Dear Epidemiology: a letter from two Māori Researchers
Covid-19 and Māori health: ‘The daily 1pm briefings have been an exercise in whiteness’
Dr Siouxsie Wiles – On Covid-19 in The Spinoff
Faculty of Science
Read the latest research and modelling work from Te Pūnaha Matatini
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Public Policy Institute l Te Whare Marea Tātari Kaupapa
The Public Policy Institute is hosted by the Faculty of Arts, but includes research associates from across the University of Auckland and beyond
Are they paying attention, or are they shoe-shopping? Evidence from online learning
Online learning platforms offer flexibility in the delivery of instruction at all levels of education. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, many schools worldwide made an abrupt transition to teaching online as governments instituted stay-at-home measures.
In light of the lingering Covid-19 pandemic, distance learning has definite benefits for ensuring teaching and learning can continue. Understanding the impact of how instructors choose to engage with various online delivery formats to maximise attentiveness is important for engagement in learning.
Reflections on ATEPS 2021
Launched in 2019 with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the University of Auckland’s Public Policy Institute hosts an annual Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School (ATEPS). In December 2021, we hosted our first fully-online Auckland Trade...
Panel Discussion – Pandemic precarity: Exposing our Inequities
Around the world, Covid-19 has exposed and deepened existing social inequities. Frontline workers are typically low paid and often from disadvantaged groups. Women have borne the brunt of caring responsibilities during the pandemic which has had negative effects on...
Harirū, hongi and hau in the time of COVID-19
Findings from a study of kaumātua in Ngātiwai and Waikato-Tainui Associate Professor Marama Muru-Lanning (School of Social Sciences and the James Henare Māori Research Centre) and her team have been recognised for creating new methodologies drawing on kaupapa Māori...
Will global economic integration be the same after Covid-19?
Date and time: Tuesday 8 June 2021 from 1.30pm to 2.45pm. Venue: Lecture Theatre 206-220, Te Puna Aronui Humanities Building 206 (Room 220). 14a Symonds Street, University of Auckland City Campus REGISTER HERE In this ‘hot topic’ seminar, a panel of experts discuss...
ICYMI: Why we’re not ready for a vaccine rollout
By Helen Petousis-Harris Dr Helen Petousis-Harris is a vaccinologist and Associate Professor in the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Helen Petousis-Harris looks at the potential complications of vaccinating older New Zealanders - and...
ATEPS Keynote: Hon Damien O’Connor
Speech to Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School HON DAMIEN O'CONNOR Trade and Export Growth Delivered at the University of Auckland, 4 December 2020 Thank you for the opportunity to speak today. I want to recognise the hard work of the University of Auckland’s...
Listen: Indoor Bubbles or Garden Gatherings? Envisioning Care, Social Contact, and “New Zealand-Style” Solutions in the UK’s Coronavirus Response
Europe Institute Webinar, co-hosted by the Public Policy Institute Recorded Thursday 23 July 2020 Speakers: Prof. Laura Bear (LSE) Assoc. Prof. Nick Long (LSE) Assoc. Prof. Susanna Trnka (Auckland) Assoc. Prof. Sharyn Davies (Monash) Chaired by: Prof. Alan France...
Prasanna Gai – The Macroeconomics of Pandemics: This Time is Different
Centre for Supply Chain Management, April 2020 The Macroeconomics of Pandemics — This Time is Different* PRASANNA GAI UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND *The views herein draw on the collective wisdom of many scholars....
Indoor Bubbles or Garden Gatherings? Envisioning Care, Social Contact, and “New Zealand-Style” Solutions in the UK’s Coronavirus Response
Europe Institute Webinar, co-hosted by the Public Policy Institute Thursday 23 July 2020, 19:00 NZST ZOOM ADDRESS: https://auckland.zoom.us/j/91623288449 Speakers: Prof. Laura Bear (LSE) Assoc. Prof. Nick Long (LSE) Assoc. Prof. Susanna Trnka (Auckland) Assoc....