Economic Management Programmes
Professionals from all over the world are enabled to apply the latest innovative thinking and best practice in their own organisations
Practitioners and leading Oxford academics share their experience and insights with delegates, in lectures and interactive sessions and through case studies, bringing an international focus to the economic and management issues facing policy makers and managers.
Programme content may include global finance, governance and leadership, strategy, development and innovation, financial regulation and policy-making, currency issues, sustainability, and globalisation. Through these topics delegates will gain an understanding of the challenges which face us all in the twenty first century.
Each programme is designed specifically to meet the strategic goals of the delegates.
The modules listed below are illustrative examples. Please let us know if you are interested in other topics.
The Global Economic Environment
This module offers delegates both a historic and comparative insight into the changing contours of the global economic and political framework; and its present dynamic. It examines the fundamental shifts in the world order that are emerging since the financial crisis of 2007-08.
- The changing balance of global power
- Towards a new global financial structure
- What is globalisation?
- Global cities: the case of London
- Leadership in a changing world
- Country Risk Assessment
This module provides policy-makers with a thorough understanding of UK and/or international financial regulation and policy frameworks, set within the context of current issues arising in the finance sector. This can be followed by sessions which focus on areas of particular interest to the delegates, for example, banking or insurance.
- Currency issues: RMB convertability
- Currency issues: The Eurozone crisis
- Central banks, governments and regulatory bodies
- Stock Exchanges and commodity markets
- Audit & Rating
Practical sessions allow delegates to explore best practice through case studies, visits and interactive lectures on management issues, regulatory matters, strategic thinking and other topics relevant to organisation leaders and managers.
- Strategic planning
- Accounting and audit
- Team management
- Brand management
- Product development
- Networking sessions
The programme may include academic visits to banks, science parks, companies, think tanks, local government and investment agencies, stock/commodity exchanges, regulatory bodies, Houses of Parliament, government departments.
All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the programme.
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LaPP programmes are not open for recruitment to individuals. If you are interested in bringing a delegation to Oxford to attend one of our tailor-made courses, please contact us to discuss options.