News

Insights and updates from Wellington School of Business and Government, including research stories, staff and student success, and media commentary.

  • Supporting innovation and entrepreneurship

    A welcome for the July 2020 alumni newsletter from Professor Ian Williamson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Wellington School of Business and Government.

  • Hon Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance, on New Zealand's 2020 Budget

    Hon. Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance, stopped by the Wellington School of Business and Government (WSBG) in June to speak with Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean Professor Ian Williamson about the 2020 Budget and to answer questions from high school students across the country.

  • A profile image of Associate Professor Dan Laufer.

    Chief executives in an overseas crisis: Assets or liabilities?

    How wise is it for a chief executive to front up to an angry public and a probing media during a crisis in an overseas market? That depends on the characteristics of the CEO, the type of crisis and the characteristics of consumers in overseas markets, according to Te Herenga Waka–Victoria University of Wellington’s Associate Professor Dan Laufer, of the Wellington School of Business and Government.

  • Vice Chancellor Grant Guilford, Chair in Restorative Justice Chris Marshall, Pro Vice Chancellor Wellington School of Business and Government Ian Williamson, and Jenny Gill, Trustee of Grace Memorial Trust.

    Generous gift secures Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice

    A generous $1.2 million gift to Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington from the Grace Memorial Trust will ensure the University’s research and leadership in the area of restorative justice will continue far into the future.