In case you missed the launch of the World Happiness Report on Monday, the research on happiness at work from our Associate Professor of Economics and Strategy, Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, features in the Harvard Business Review this week.

Does Work Make You Happy? Evidence from the World Happiness Report
Oxford Saïd featured in The Guardian last week as an example of the success of entrepreneurship centres. Take a look at Entrepreneurship Centre at Oxford Saïd to see what we do.

Seeding the future: how university incubators are helping postgrads' ideas bear fruit
It's #InternationalDayOfHappiness today! The World Happiness Report 2017, which ranks 156 countries by their happiness levels, was released today by the United Nations, and continues to be a major influence in governments and organisations' policy-making decisions. It is co-authored by Oxford Saïd's Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, who has focused on happiness at work. #HappinessAtOxford
Tackling binge drinking with social enterprise: Oxford Saïd alumnus and Skoll Scholar Chris Raine's journey to founding the hugely successful Hello Sunday Morning, the world's largest online movement for helping people manage their relationship with alcohol.

Hello Sunday Morning
How do we deal with personality disorders in management? Oxford Saïd's Andrew White & Jon Stokes discuss Trump, narcissism, and leadership in their latest Huffington Post UK blog.

Have we misdiagnosed Trump?
Was the Church of England’s break with Rome in the 1530s the first Brexit?

As part of our Engaging with the Humanities lecture series, Dr Ben Morgan, Lecturer in Early Modern English Literature at St Catherine's College, Oxford, explores communities in Shakespeare's England.

Theatre and community in Shakespeare's England
We're all set for our Distinguished Speaker Seminar with Lawrence H. Summers in a few minutes. Can't get to Oxford Saïd to see it? Watch it live here & tweet questions to #AskSummers.

Distinguished Speaker Seminar: Lawrence H. Summers

Importing teas from across the world to growing economies in India and the Middle East: founders of TGL Co., Oxford MBA alumnus Shariq Ashraf and his business partner Bhuman Dani, explain how capitalising on chance encounters and having different skills to your co-founders can help create a successful business.

TGL teas: How a road trip through Argentina led to a premium tea business in India
A team of our MBA students has won the IESE Business School Impact Investing Competition in Barcelona, the third win in a row for Oxford Saïd! Huge congratulations to Allison Gates, Jayanth Kashyap, Maegan Moore, Juan Pedro Fernández Cueto and Daniel Stokley, who beat teams from 10 other top business schools to win.

Oxford Saïd wins IESE Business School Impact Investing Competition
The artificial intelligence (AI) start-up GYANA, founded by Oxford Saïd MBA alumna Joyeeta Das, has been used by US space agency NASA and the UK Ministry of Defence. We spoke to Joyeeta recently to discuss her entrepreneurship experiences and her company's monumental progress since its launch.

MBA alumna’s artificial intelligence start-up reaches new heights
Making home ownership more accessible through Fintech: Oxford Saïd BA alumnus Haaris Ahmed and his brother Shaan discuss their start-up UOWN.

Meet the millennials making property investment affordable for younger generations
"Being part of the wider university means that you meet amazingly talented people with diverse backgrounds and skills. I often used to work with classmates to try and build and make products just for the fun of it."

The story of Oxford MBA alumnus Srin Madipalli and how he came to found Accomable, a solution to the challenges of travelling with disabilities.

Accomable’s sharing economy solutions for disabled travel
Thanks to everyone who took part in #IWD2017 yesterday. Because women's day shouldn't be just one day per year, here's a little more inspiration for today from our Associate Dean Kathy Harvey.
It's been a great day at Oxford Saïd celebrating #IWD2017. We've hosted lots of events: a breakfast, a lunch, our #BeBoldForChange exhibition, and a panel discussion on MBA women in the spotlight. Here are some final thoughts from a few of our inspirational women.
We're celebrating #IWD2017 here at Oxford Saïd by highlighting some of the excellent and accomplished female role models who have passed through our doors.

Read about what inspires them and find out about their #BeBoldForChange moments here: [ Link ]
Happy International Women's Day from Oxford Saïd!

To start the day, here is a message from our Dean, Peter Tufano.

#BeBoldForChange #WomenAtOxford #IWD2017

International Women’s Day 2017: A Message by Dean Peter Tufano

Are you tuning in for tomorrow's Budget? We've asked our academics what measures they would like to see announced by the Chancellor, and what these may mean for business and the economy.

Oxford Saïd academics discuss UK budget
Congratulations to Candice Motran, Tom Ravenscroft, and Anshu Taneja, the three outstanding Oxford Saïd alumni acknowledged by the School because they are using their careers to effect positive change.

Recognition of High-Impact Alumni at Oxford Saïd
Saïd Business School is thrilled to announce Lawrence H. Summers, American economist and former Director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, will be in conversation with Dean Peter Tufano at the School on Thursday 16 March.

About the speaker:

Lawrence H. Summers is the Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus of Harvard University. During the past two...
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Distinguished Speaker Seminar: Lawrence H. Summers