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Report on globalisation launches
Oxford Martin School partnership with Citi

A new report by Citi and the Oxford Martin School outlines the main global opportunities and risks facing investors, companies, and governments today. 'Future Opportunities, Future Shocks: Key Trends Shaping the Global Economy and Society' is the first Global Perspectives & Solutions (Citi GPS) paper published in a new partnership between Citi and the Oxford Martin School. More

Revolutionising economics teaching

A new way of teaching economics, developed in conjunction with The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, has been launched at universities around the world. More

'Technology can help transform healthcare’

Mobile phones and smart devices will improve access to healthcare and involve patients more in their own treatment, the George Institute's Professor Robyn Norton said in the first Oxford India Lecture in New Delhi. More

China 'no longer passive in climate policy'

Valuable first steps towards a global academic dialogue on China's role in climate policy were taken when Professor Huan Qingzhi of Peking University delivered a lecture at the Oxford Martin School. More

Peter Piot on Ebola's implications for Africa

On Thursday 16 October, Professor Peter Piot, co-discoverer of the Ebola virus, delivers the first in our new seminar series, 'Health in the 21st Century: what's new?' If you can't join us, you can watch live online and catch up on our YouTube channel. More

Ideas Lab: What can we learn from nature?

In their Ideas Lab session at the World Economic Forum’s 8th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, held in Tianjin, four Oxford Martin academics explored the question, 'What can we learn from nature?' More

Helping teenagers learn about cyber security

Professor Ian Brown of the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre at the Oxford Martin School, has lent his expertise to a unique educational outreach project helping young citizen scientists get to grips with cyber security. More

Commissioners address Abraaj Forum

Three members of the Oxford Martin Commission for Future Generations addressed the Abraaj Annual Forum 2014, held in Istanbul. More

New Oxford Martin School website launched

The Oxford Martin School has a new website with an improved responsive design, faster loading and better navigation. More

Rebuilding trust in our financial services 

Professor David Vines' new book, Capital Failure, proposes reforms of governance of the financial services industry. More

Is artificial intelligence a threat to humanity?

Professor Nick Bostrom explains the potential risks that a new 'superintelligence' could pose to humanity's future. More

Embedding the long-term in our institutions

A conference at the Oxford Martin School will examine why intergenerational equity is not better reflected in public policy. More

Forthcoming Events: 

16 October: "Ebola: implications for Africa and understanding future pandemics" by Prof Peter Piot

20 October: "After the referendum, what next? Constitutional change in the UK" a panel discussion

23 October: "Impact of childhood vaccination: what's next?” by Prof Andrew Pollard

27 October: "Gridlock and train crashes: what happens when the world loses the habit of cooperation?" by Lord Patten of Barnes

30 October: "Oxford and the next generation of mobile health" by Dr David Clifton

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