Dr David John Hayward

BA (Lanc), MS/PhD (Penn. State)

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Professional Teaching Fellow

Research | Current

My research interests lie in the field of economic geography and span the following, interrelated topics:

  • Industrial organisation – using commodity chains analysis in particular, to examine the organisation of production systems, the flows of value in supply chains and the systemic effects of regulation.
  • International trade – in particular, the impacts upon trade of international trade agreements and economic integration.
  • Regional economic development – New Zealand and the United States, in particular.
  • European economic integration – especially the impacts of European Union policy.

Teaching | Current

My teaching interests are in the fields of Economic Geography and social science research methods.

Within economic geography I am particularly interested in: industrial organisation and location; global commodity chains; international trade and economic integration.

The focus of my teaching is to understand the contemporary global economy and its roots in regions and communities. I believe that the study of research methods are an essential feature of university education, and I encourage students to develop and practise these in their courses. Analytical and communication skills in particular, are important ingredients for successful careers and in Geography we put great emphasis on them.

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Hayward, D., & Lewis, N. (2012). The Construction and Realisation of Geographic Brand Rent in New Zealand Wine. Urbani izziv, 23 (s 2), s49-s61. 10.5379/urbani-izziv-en-2012-23-supplement-2-004
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis
  • Hayward, D. J., & Lewis, N. I. (2009). Exploring the Durability of Geographic Brand Rents in New Zealand Wine. Paper presented at Agri-Food XVI - Annual Meeting of the Agri-Food Research Network, Auckland. 25 November - 27 November 2009.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis
  • Hayward, D. J., Lewis, N. I., Le Heron, R. B., Stringer, C. A., & Tamasy, C. I. (2009). 'Following the Thing' in the Global Economy. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada. 22 March - 27 March 2009.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis, Richard Le Heron, Christina Stringer
  • HAYWARD, D. A. V. I. D., & LEWIS, N. I. C. K. (2008). Regional dynamics in the globalising wine industry: the case of Marlborough, New Zealand. The Geographical Journal, 174 (2), 124-137. 10.1111/j.1475-4959.2008.00279.x
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis
  • Hayward, D. J., & Lewis, N. I. (2008). The construction and realisation of geographic brand rent in New Zealand wine. Paper presented at IGU Commission on The Dynamics of Economic Spaces, Bareclona, Spain. 5 August - 8 August 2008.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis
  • Hayward, D. J. (2008). Reconsidering Commodities in International Trade and Economic Growth: The Case of New Zealand. In Tamasy, Christine, Taylor, Michael (Eds.) Globalising Worlds and New Economic Configurations (pp. 255-270). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Hayward, D. J., Lewis, N. I., Le Heron, R. B., Stringer, C. A., & Tamasy, C. I. (2008). Global geographic education in practice: the AAG's CGGE project. Paper presented at New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, Wellington. 1 July - 5 July 2008.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nick Lewis, Richard Le Heron, Christina Stringer
  • Hayward, D. J., Le Heron, R. B., Tamasy, C. I., Stringer, C. A., & Lewis, N. I. (2008). Global economy module Phase I for Association of American Geographers Centre for Global Geography Education project.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Richard Le Heron, Christina Stringer, Nick Lewis

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SCIENCE CENTRE 301 - Bldg 301
23 SYMONDS ST
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand

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