Our publications and reports

Manukau Institute of Technology publishes research-based monographs, journals and books. All publications are copyrighted to the Institute. Electronic publications may be downloaded and used free of charge with proper referencing and acknowledgement.

Monograph Series, Books and Journals

Monograph series
  • COVID-19, Corporate Governance and ESG PDF, 188.28 KB
    Author: John Horsley
    This monograph explores the influences that shape corporate governance and ESG, the changing priorities triggered by Covid-19 and assesses the ability of the current governance model to respond to change.
  • Working from home – the new normal? PDF, 189.87 KB
    Author: Francesca Horsley
    This monograph argues that managers and HR practitioners should develop a best practice model for working from home that addresses productivity, performance, health and safety, networking and creativity and other continuances as available in the traditional office setting.
  • FDI Inflows into New Zealand in times of Covid-19: A Descriptive Overview PDF, 772.04 KB
    Author: Dr Satya Gonuguntla
    This monograph presents a comparative analysis of New Zealand, Australia and the OECD to assess whether any relaxation of the pandemic restrictions may attract more FDI into the New Zealand economy impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Virtual Practicum: A Covid-19 Story PDF, 497.25 KB
    Authors: Jo Perry and Dr Sarah Probine
    This monograph discusses some of the key responses that our School of Arts and Education made to the altered landscape of practicum placements due to 2020’s first Covid-19 lockdown in Auckland.
  • New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research
    The New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research (NZJABR) has been publishing high-quality applied research articles since 2002. The NZJABR aims to advance applied business theory, research and current practice and publishes on all areas of business and management within the contemporary business environment. The journal’s target audiences are academics and researchers as well as practitioners. It has a multidisciplinary editorial board and adheres to a double-blind peer review and quality assurance process. NZJABR articles can be accessed through EBSCO or InformIT. Manuscript submissions must follow the instructions for authors and queries can be directed to the editor.
  • Te Iti Kahurangi e-journal
    Te Iti Kahurangi is a free online journal published by the School of Education at Manukau Institute of Technology Limited.  The focus of this e-journal is primarily around practice-based research in early childhood education with contributions from staff and students in the School and also those interested in early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand.