Our main event is the annual Reputation Symposium, held over three days in August-September, at which scholars from around the world and from a broad range of academic disciplines meet in Oxford to discuss their work.
The symposium also includes professional development workshops for young scholars, and our annual awards for Best Published Paper and Best Dissertation are announced and presented at the symposium's opening dinner. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we had to cancel the 2020 symposium, instead hosting two webinars entitled ‘Responsibility, recovery and reputations: geopolitics and global business'. For more information about these and past symposiums, see under 'Selected past events', below, or email email@example.com.
R:ETRO seminar series - Reputation: Ethics, Trust, and Relationships at Oxford
Rita Mota, our Intesa Sanpaolo Research Fellow, and Alan Morrison, Professor of Law and Finance at Saïd Business School, organise a series of seminars exploring reputation, trust, ethics, and relationships. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, these R:ETRO seminars now take place online.
To see the current programme and to view past online seminars and abstracts, see R:ETRO seminar series - Reputation: Ethics, Trust, and Relationships at Oxford.
SOAR seminar series - Stigma, Organisations, Authenticity, and Reputation
Rohini Jalan and Eva Schlindwein, our Postdoctoral Research Fellows, and Tom Lawrence, Professor of Strategic Management at Saïd Business School, host a series of online seminars providing a forum to discuss research on how organisations navigate stigma, status and authenticity in a variety of contexts, including social innovation and community-based entrepreneurship.
To view the current programme, see SOAR seminar series - Stigma, Organisations, Authenticity, and Reputation.
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