With the launch of our new seminar series in 2020, we have also started to send newsletters where we offer some exclusive benefits to our OUBEP alumni. If you’d like to sign up, click here
We also host regular alumni events, and this year we were honoured to welcome Sir Andrew Dilnot, economist and broadcaster, who gave us an exclusive talk on the economics of social care at Chatham House.
OUBEP’s Summer Programme Yearbook explores over 72 years of history. Founded in 1953, the history of the Oxford University Business Economics Programme is in many ways the history of changing social attitudes towards business in Britain over the past 71 years. It also forms an interesting backdrop to the development of university-based business schools in Europe and the UK.
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