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Oxford Virtual Reputation Symposium 2021

  • 1.  Oxford Virtual Reputation Symposium 2021

    Posted 08-24-2021 09:38

    Virtual Reputation Symposium 2021

    Wednesday 1 - Friday 3 September



    Dear colleagues and friends,

    For the second year running, instead of preparing to welcome our outstanding global community of scholars to Oxford to celebrate our Reputation Symposium in person, we are having once again to deal with the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic. 

    However, given the success of last year's online alternative, we are excited to be hosting three days of online panel discussions from 1-3 September with leading scholars on ethics, human rights, authenticity, law and reputation (see below for more information and to register).

    Session 1: Morality, Human Rights, and Reputation

    Wednesday 1 September 16.00 – 17.30 (BST)


    • Grant Rozeboom, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics & Social Responsibility, School of Economics & Business Administration, Saint Mary's College of California
    • Judith Schrempf-Stirling, Associate Professor of Responsible Management, Geneva School of Economics and Management
    • Kendy Hess, Brake-Smith Associate Professor in Social Philosophy and Ethics, College of the Holy Cross
    • Michael H. Posner, Jerome Kohlberg Professor of Ethics and Finance, and Director, Center for Business and Human Rights at NYU Stern School of Business


    Session 2: Authenticity: Enabling or Constraining Individual and Corporate Growth?

    Thursday 2 September 16.00 – 17.30 (BST)


    • Balázs Kovács, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Yale School of Management
    • Marie Sarita Gaytán, Associate Professor of Gender Studies, University of Utah
    • George E. Newman, Associate Professor of Marketing and Management, Yale School of Management

    Session 3: Fraud, Malpractice, and Reputation

    Friday 3 September 16.00 – 17.30 (BST)


    • David A. Kirsch, Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
    • Brooke Harrington, Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College
    • Frank Partnoy, Professor of Law, Berkeley School of Law, University of California

    The discussions are open to all, and we hope to welcome as many of you as possible to contribute to what we know will be hugely stimulating events. For more information and to register, please click on the button below.


    Register here

    With best wishes,

    Rupert Younger, Alan Morrison and Michael Jensen

    Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation