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Distributed Credit Chain and Saïd Business School establish academic partnership to cultivate blockchain research
Founder and CEO of Distributed Credit Chain and Oxford alumnus Stewie Zhu makes donation to launch fintech fellowship.
Women account for almost half (47%) of the Alibaba Group’s 50,000-plus employees and one third of its management executives are women. One of their recent recruits is Shanshan Tang who joined the Chinese e-commerce giant after completing a full-time MBA at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
Find out how the Entrepreneurship Centre at Oxford Saïd helped the founder of Pinboard.me set up his business.
Saïd Business School welcomes interest from suitably qualified applicants in this year's British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, for awards to be taken up in September or October 2018.
The Amundi Smith Breeden Prize selects the top three papers in the The Journal of Finance each year, as chosen by the journals associate editors.
Oxford Saïd has joined the Global Network for Advanced Management – the Network of leading business schools, drawn from 24 countries.
The Network’s mission is to encourage innovation and create value by connecting global business schools to collaborate and benefit from each other’s particular strengths.
Ludovic Phalippou listed among top 20 most influential people in private equity industry by Real Deals
Phalippou was the sole academic listed amongst a group of high profile investors, managers and chief executives.
Initiatives focused on promoting models of inclusive capitalism are struggling to change business behaviour according to a new Oxford Saïd study
During the Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation’s annual summer conference 2016, members of an international group of economists and lawyers, convened in 2013 by Professor Michael Devereux, presented two options for fundamental reform of corporation tax.
A new study from Oxford Saïd finds that low-quality infrastructure investments pose significant risk to Chinese economy.
A roundtable discussion compared the differences in the entrepreneurial landscape in the US and the UK, focusing on access to finance and human capital, the competitive environment, and suggesting ways in which universities can continue to foster the right environment to support entrepreneurship.
The challenge for all leaders is to widen their repertoire of leadership styles, and this is a challenge that women are particularly well equipped to rise to because they often already lead in a variety of circumstances – at home, in their community, and at work.
Expressions of Interest to apply for a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship via Saïd Business School
Saïd Business School welcomes interest from suitably qualified applicants in this year's British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, for awards to be taken up in September or October 2017.
A proposal for an Allianz Stadium marketing and brand strategy named “Dare to Dream”, has won a case competition at Oxford Said, with the winning students taking home a cash prize and the opportunity to watch a rugby match at a London stadium.
Drawing on a study of the impact of a programme by Nike Inc. academics from Oxford, Stanford, and Brown universities find that introducing modern ‘lean’ processes to mass manufacturers in developing countries can have the effect of improving working conditions.