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20
Mar
2017
This year’s edition of the World Happiness Report, the fifth since 2012, gives special attention to the social foundations of happiness, especially in the workplace.
07
Mar
2017
They reveal the measures they would like to see the Chancellor announce and what these may mean for business and the economy.
21
Feb
2017
The second annual Oxford Chicago Global Private Equity Challenge finals are quickly approaching, and it’s officially crunch time for the two representative teams chosen to compete.
20
Feb
2017
The student challenge, founded by the Private Equity Institute at Oxford Saïd in partnership with Bridgepoint, aims to determine the best assessment of leveraged buyout opportunities.
14
Feb
2017
Pierre Wack was an innovative French oil executive who, as part of a team including Ted Newland and Napier Collyns, used scenario planning to steer Shell safely through industry crises.
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03
Feb
2017
Mutuality in Business researchers at Saïd Business School have launched a pilot study connecting Kenyan micro-distributors with bicycles, testing a new form of asset financing inspired by the benefit-sharing seen in equity relationships.
01
Feb
2017
The first comprehensive study of the sector finds that specialised expertise is often more important than cost in use of Alternative Legal Service Providers
26
Jan
2017
A research paper by Professor Tim Jenkinson has been named winner of the 2016 Harry Markowitz Award. The paper – ‘How do private equity investments perform compared to public equity?’ written with Robert S Harris (UVA Darden) and Steven Kaplan (Chicago Booth) – compared the merits of investing in private versus public equity.
17
Jan
2017
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.
10
Jan
2017
A study from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford has uncovered significant gender differences during simulated online investment scenarios, and the findings could have wider implications for women within the finance sector.

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