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Festive Celebrations: Human Resource Impacts and Costs of Christmas

13 December 2016 - 0 comments - Fellow post

A tongue-in-cheek look at the HR costs of Christmas from Visiting Fellow Chris Rowley.

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Déjà vu

12 December 2016 - 0 comments - Student post

Martin Harrison marked the fortieth anniversary of his first matriculation at Magdalen College by returning to Oxford to research a part-time DPhil at Kellogg.

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EU referendum, US elections and further social change – An outsider’s perspective

9 December 2016 - 0 comments - Student post

Gorgi Krlev, who is a researcher at the Centre for Social Investment at Heidelberg University and is undertaking a DPhil in Social Impact Measurement at Oxford, discusses elections and social change.

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Kellogg College: A Strong Support in my Oxford Journey!

1 December 2016 - 0 comments - Alumni post

Gayathri Balan, an Oxford 1+1 MBA student and Pershing Square Scholar 2014-2016, reflects on the various ways in which Kellogg College became a strong support in her Oxford journey.

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Oxford words

27 October 2016 - 0 comments - Fellow post

John Simpson, Emeritus Fellow and former Chief Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary, explains the origins of some well known Oxford words.

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President Post: How Britain could benefit by bringing workers into the boardroom

14 October 2016 - 0 comments - President Post

President Jonathan Michie discusses the economic merits of employee share ownership and representation on boards.

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Writing a biography of Sigmund Freud

26 September 2016 - 0 comments - Fellow post

Alistair Ross, Fellow and Dean of Kellogg College, and Director of Psychodynamic Studies and Associate Professor in Psychotherapy at the Department for Continuing Education, explains how he came to write his biography of Sigmund Freud.

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The burkini ban as a ‘civilizational panic’

26 September 2016 - 0 comments - Fellow post

Robin Cohen, Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Fellow, considers the background to France's burkini ban.

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Going for gold: An account of competing at the Rio Olympics

1 September 2016 - 0 comments - Alumni post

Paul Bennett (MSc Computer Science, 2013) won a gold medal for Team GB in the men's eight rowing at the Rio Olympics. Paul has given us his thoughts on competing at the Olympic Games.

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Climbing for a better education

9 August 2016 - 0 comments - Student post

From 30th June to 5th July 2016 Kellogg student Tarun Varma (MSc Child Development and Education 2015, MBA 2016) embarked on a significant mountain climb to raise money for Streetlight Schools in Johnanesburg, South Africa. In this blog post, Tarun writes about his trip and why he decided to climb for charity.

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