University of Canterbury
While it's said there is no such thing as a free lunch, lunchtime napkins could prove to be valuable.
Students taking part in the University of Canterbury’s 2010 entré entrepreneurial challenge can win extra cash simply by jotting down their business ideas on a standard napkin.
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Associate Professor Leo-Paul Dana's latest book, Entrepreneurship and Religion, looks at how the values developed in religious beliefs and practices have shaped entrepreneurship.
Track to financial recovery
The transformation of Indian Railways from being in a state of near bankruptcy to a commercially viable organisation is examined in a new book co-written by a University of Canterbury academic.
UC students on the case
The 2010 College of Business and Economics business case team was part of a South of the Bombay clean sweep in the Auckland leg of the Student Development Society Business Case League.
A natural environment for business
A paper co-authored by UC's Professor Markus Milne on sustainable development reporting has been recognised as the most outstanding paper published in the last year in the Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.