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14
Sep
2016
Research on limits to arbitrage can shed interesting new light on financial behaviour and its impact on markets. Bige Kahraman describes the network of interconnected motives that can arise from financial institutions’ organisational structures, from capital constraints, and from availability of information.
14
Sep
2016
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.
14
Sep
2016
A new study from Oxford Saïd finds that low-quality infrastructure investments pose significant risk to Chinese economy.
30
Aug
2016
The Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation has made its annual award for Best Published Paper.
05
Aug
2016
Oxford Saïd DPhil student Tong Wu was among the four winners at The Worshipful Company of Marketors annual awards, which recognise outstanding research in the field of marketing education and practice.
28
Jul
2016
Oxford Saïd Associate Professor of Marketing Rhonda Hadi has won a research competition to study consumers’ responses to haptic feedback – the vibrating alerts that accompany messages on mobile phones and wearable technology, such as Apple watches and Fitbits.
25
Jul
2016
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.
22
Jul
2016
Amidou Ndakuna Fonso, who is studying on the Oxford 1+1 MBA and is a Pershing Square Graduate Scholar, has been named UK black student of the year by the Rare Raising Stars Awards.
07
Jul
2016
A study of the costs of the summer and winter Olympic Games between 1960 – 2016 reveals that although Rio 2016 will incur a cost overrun, it appears to be on track to reverse the high expenditures of London 2012 and Sochi 2014.

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