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25
Sep
2013
Compromises, trade-offs, vetoes and table-thumping were the order of the day as Oxford’s 2012/13 MBA students tried their hands at high-level diplomacy in a simulation exercise organised as part of their final, “Capstone” week.
20
Sep
2013
Latest figures from the Journal of Finance show that the University of Oxford was the second most published university in the world in 2012.
17
Sep
2013
Saïd Business School researchers, through Bodleian Library, can now access the Ebrary Academic Collection, a collection which brings over 84,000 e-books from 500 prestigious academic publishers.
17
Sep
2013
From September 2013, the statutory Chair in Tax Law, held by Professor Judith Freedman CBE, will be known as the Pinsent Masons Chair, acknowledging the valuable support of international law firm Pinsent Masons.
16
Sep
2013
Thomas Roulet joins the Centre in September after receiving his PhD in Strategy from HEC Paris in June.
16
Sep
2013
​Visiting scholar Kristin Brandl has spent the summer in Oxford, working on her doctoral dissertation at the Novak Druce Centre
13
Sep
2013
The Centre for Corporate Reputation has made an award for the Best Dissertation 2012 to Anastasiya Zavyalova.
13
Sep
2013
The Centre for Corporate Reputation has made its annual award for Best Published Paper to Jean-Philippe Vergne.
04
Sep
2013
“Learn lessons from the past and from elements that you have in common with previous host cities, but don’t assume that your Olympics will be the same as any others.” That is the principal message from the BT Centre for Major Programme Management to the city chosen to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, which will be announced on 7 September 2013.

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