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)
Session 2: Authenticity: Enabling or Constraining Individual and Corporate Growth?
Thursday 2 September 16.00 – 17.30 (BST)
Session 3: Fraud, Malpractice, and Reputation
Friday 3 September 16.00 – 17.30 (BST)
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.
With best wishes,
Rupert Younger, Alan Morrison and Michael Jensen
Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation