Understanding history can be essential in modern policy making.
An Oxford economist applies auction theory and geometry to help the Bank of England.
Lord Byron once said he detested everything that wasn’t perfectly mutual. Research by the University of Oxford suggests that his words have added resonance in the wake of the global financial crisis.
Pioneering research has uncovered the inherent secrecy of global rule-making bodies, making them more accountable, enhancing democracy and illustrating the winners and losers from their practices.
Oxford research leads to new legislation in the United States to improve financial planning among ordinary Americans.