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Massey University

About Massey University

Massey University is a university located in Palmerston North, New Zealand, Albany, New Zealand, and Wellington, New Zealand. Massey University has approximately 35,000 students, 17,000 of whom are extramural or distance-learning students.

Reviewers: 211

4th in New Zealand

Reviews: 2,530

4th in New Zealand

Merit: 7,626

4th in New Zealand

Openness: 3.8%

3rd in New Zealand

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Reviewers from Massey University

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    Martina Battisti

    Martina is a Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at University of Portsmouth Business School. Prior, she was a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management at Massey University and Deputy Director of the New Zealand Centre for SME Research. Her research is centred on small business management and entrepreneurship. She is particularly interested in the factors that contribute to business growth and innovation and the role of policy and support programmes.

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    Gabor Kereszturi

    I completed my Master's degree (Diploma) in Geography, specialization in Geographical Information System (GIS) and Geomorphology, at the Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering at University of Miskolc, Hungary, in 2009. I moved to New Zealand to work on monogenetic volcanoes of the Auckland Volcanic Field, New Zealand in 2011. After finishing my Doctor of Philosophy degree in Earth Sciences in 2014, I have completed my post-doc research on hyperspectral imaging at Massey University. Since 2017, I have been working as a Lecturer at Massey University on variety of research topics in Earth Sceinces and Remote Sensing.

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    Carol Wham

    Associate Professor, Massey university, Auckland

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    Laureline Meynier

    My research experience covers the foraging and feeding ecology of marine species using a range of techniques such as hard remains analysis, biochemical methods (fatty acid and stable isotope analyses), and spatial GIS analysis. My current research focuses on marine mammals, especially sea lions and fur seals in New Zealand. My projects are mainly motivated by the rising conflict between fisheries and marine top predators. Research outputs are integrated into ecosystem and food consumption models, and are applied to conservation and management of protected marine mammals.

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    Patrick Jon Biggs

    The pathogenomics and evolution of food-borne pathogens, in particular Campylobacter spp. and Escherichia coli. Also interested in functional bacterial genomics, metagenomics (of a variety of hosts/environments) and data visualisation methodologies.

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    Hatice Ozer Balli

    After completing P.h.D in Economics from University of Houston, TX, USA, Hatice joined to Massey University in July, 2008 as Seniour Lecturer. In January 2015, Hatice is promoted to Associate Professor at Massey University (an equivalent degree as Professor in USA) and currently teaching both undergraduate and graduate levels of Econometrics related courses along with Advanced Microeconomics.

    She has many publications (mostly in A/A*-grade journals) including Journal of Banking and Finance, Tourism Management (3), Economic Modelling (3), Applied Economics (2), and International Review of Finance (2), International Review of Economics and Finance, Tourism Economics, Empirical Economics, Journal of Economics and Business (2), Journal of Air Transport Management (2), and International Journal of Strategic Property Management, Tourism Geographies, Journal of Economics, Finance, Tourism Analysis(2), Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money and Review of Middle East Economics and Finance.

    Some of her recent awards and fellowships include : The winner of the award entitled the Certificate of Excellence in Research Impact for 2017- True Massey Business School “Star” which is distributed by Massey Business School; Nominated for ​Albany Students’ Association Lecturer of the Year award (LOTY) in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Massey University Research Fund (MURF) is granted up to 9,095 NZD, 2015, Massey University College of Business- Early Career Research Award, 2013, Highly commended winner in the 2012 Emerald /EFMD MENA Management Research Fund Award; The young researcher best paper/presentation RBNZ-NZESG award at the 20th NZESG (New Zealand Econometric Study Group) Meeting, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, 2010.