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24
Feb
2015
The world economy is at a tipping point that could see a new age of prosperity and technological innovation unsurpassed by previous commercial revolutions says Professor Colin Mayer, Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and Fellow of the British Academy.
24
Feb
2015
New Oxford study explores why pension funds follow investment strategies which are unlikely to work
24
Feb
2015
Visiting doctoral scholar Georg Loscher will be spending two months with the PSF Centre, furthering his research on institutional change.
Speaker
23
Feb
2015
Helena Morrissey CBE, CEO of Newton, founder of the 30% Club and Chair of the Investment Management Association, spoke to a packed lecture theatre at the Saïd Business School about the story of the 30% Club and why it was a successful model for change.
20
Feb
2015
High-speed computerized trading, often called high-frequency trading, has increased dramatically in financial markets over the last decade. It currently accounts for half of all trading in US and European equity markets, and it is quickly growing in Asian, fixed income, commodity, foreign exchange, and nearly every other market.
19
Feb
2015
New research from Saïd Business School shows that linking Executive pay to credit default swaps are a way to reduce excess risk taking in banks.
18
Feb
2015
Two new scholarships announced for Global Shapers to join the Oxford MBA programme
The Launchpad
16
Feb
2015
On February 17th 2014, the Oxford Launchpad co-working space at Saïd Business School officially opened its doors. One year on, and the Oxford Launchpad is firmly on the map, both as a convening and connecting element for nascent ventures, and as a venue for some of the most exciting and inspiring business-related events in the city.
12
Feb
2015
Four scholarships have been awarded to women for the Oxford Diplomas in Strategic Management at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
11
Feb
2015
Oxford Research which is based on six studies of nearly a thousand people, shows that the consumer may find it hard to process energetic TV commercials

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