Recent Massey University graduate, Carlton King, is celebrating having his first article published in the prestigious Australia and New Zealand Property Journal.
Mr King’s research-based article presents a credible and highly-readable critique of the use of the Consumer Price Index as a basis for retail leases.
The journal is described as the flagship publication of the Property Institute, going out to its 2200 members here and overseas, and Carlton’s fellow contributors include leading professors and analysts from across the region.
Mr King’s achievement is testimony to the high standards in both analysis and communication which graduates from Massey’s School of Economics and Finance have attained.
Mr King is pictured with Martin McMorrow from the Centre for Teaching and Learning, where he spent many valuable hours during his time at Massey both mentoring other students and developing his own writing to a level where it can now appear in a top professional publication.