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The truck simulator - a training option for the New Zealand heavy vehicle industry?
(Lincoln University, 2009)
There are many reasons why both transport companies and the government should consider training as an important adjunct to their operational thinking. These include, but are not limited to; safety, efficiency, economy and ...
A study of factors moderating Malaysian hospitality students selection of tertiary education institutions, programme and subsequent career intentions
(Lincoln University, 2004)
This study explores the moderating variables that influence a student's decisions to enter into a hospitality management programme and subsequently pursue a career in the hospitality industry. It also examines how these ...
High-involvement work systems : their effect on employee turnover and organisational performance in New Zealand organisations
(Lincoln University, 2007)
Organisations can create a competitive advantage through the way they design their human resource systems. High involvement work systems are considered to be a way to increase organisational performance and decrease employee ...
A history of apprenticeship in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2001)
This Master's thesis is a history of apprenticeship in New Zealand. Apprenticeship has traditionally been the main route for entry into the skilled trades. At one level apprenticeship is a way of training people to do a ...
'Rural restructuring' : a multi-scalar analysis of the Otago Central Rail Trail
(Lincoln University, 2008)
‘Rural restructuring’ has frequently been used to indicate the magnitude, and conceptualise the nature, of contemporary change in the countryside. Most notably, concern has focused upon the fundamental changes in economic ...
Audit judgments of revalued non-current assets
(Lincoln University, 1994)
The revaluation of non-current assets has become an accepted accounting practice in many countries including the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. This practice has implications for the external auditor who must ...
Wine tourism experiences in New Zealand: an exploratory study
(Lincoln University, 2005)
Recently, New Zealand's wine industry has made remarkable progress. For example, the number of hectares planted in grapes increased from 4,880 in 1990, to 15,479 in 2003, and the number of wineries increased from 175 in ...
Is the Chinese stock market overvalued?
(Lincoln University, 2008)
The Chinese stock market has experienced tremendous growth and development over the past years. It is now the second largest stock market in Asia (after Japan). The increasing numbers of stock investors and the generally ...
Tourism, growth and infrastructure demands: data review and gap analysis
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2004-08)
Interactions between tourists and the natural environment : impacts of tourist trampling on geothermal vegetation and tourist experiences at geothermal sites in Rotorua
(Lincoln University. Tourism Research and Education Centre, 2000-02)
The main objective of this research was to evaluate tourist impacts on geothermal vegetation and to examine visitor's attitudes towards their impacts on vegetation. Two commercially operated sites near Rotorua were selected ...