5 March 2020
Diversity gaps are real and they cost. Individuals, organisations, and economies all suffer as a result of deep-seated inequalities based on gender, ethnicity, culture, social class, age, and more.
Mind the Gap: The Economics of Diversity is an intensive one-day masterclass for senior leaders presented by the Oxford University Business Economics Programme. It aims to offer research-based and economics perspectives on the issues surrounding diversity gaps, their underlying causes, and the micro- and macroeconomic benefits of closing them.
18 July to 31 July 2020
An intensive two-week programme that equips delegates with the economic theory and practice needed to understand the strategic context and choices facing business in the modern world.
24 July 2020
A one-day Topical Economics Programme (TEP) for senior managers and business leaders.