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26
Nov
2014
In the second talk in this year’s Engaging with the Humanities series, Dr Ben Morgan, Lecturer in Early Modern English Literature at St Catherine’s College, explored the concept of value in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.
20
Nov
2014
Retail experts Jonathan Reynolds, Rhonda Hadi, and Nancy Puccinelli, say that, in today’s increasingly multi-channel, instant-gratification environment, the key to success in all areas will be understanding consumers’ fluctuating states of mind and being able to respond quickly and flexibly.
20
Nov
2014
In the first of this year’s seminars in the Responsible Leadership series, the philosopher Onora O’Neill presented a thoughtful and acute challenge to the belief that trust has declined in today’s society, and that we should therefore try to “(re) build” it.
18
Nov
2014
Ambassador Ahmet Üzümcü, Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), spoke to students, academics, and members of the general public about the factors leading to this success – and to the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to OPCW in 2013.
10
Nov
2014
On October 16-17, The Aspen Institute Business & Society Programme brought together 60 deans and faculty for the 2014 Business Education Symposium at the Ford Foundation in New York City.
07
Nov
2014
Felix Reed-Tsochas and Eduardo López, of the CABDyN Complexity Centre, whose research into social networks and relationships is referred to in an upcoming episode of The Big Bang Theory.
07
Nov
2014
DPhil student Alysia Garmulewicz is one of three shortlisted entrants to a new prestigious business book proposal competition The Bracken Bower Prize created by The Financial Times and McKinsey.
07
Nov
2014
Professor Linda Scott to address the World Bank in Washington DC on Wednesday 12 November
05
Nov
2014
A £2bn boost to the UK automotive sector has been identified in a new Automotive Council report. The findings highlight a re-shoring opportunity for ‘upstream’ UK automotive supply chain firms to grow their businesses as UK car makers enjoy an unprecedented period of success.
03
Nov
2014
Three short talks from members of the Ashmolean Museum’s teaching faculty took the audience on a series of journeys from sixteenth century India to nineteenth-century Scotland, Ancient Rome to modern New York, and twelfth-century France to present day London.

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