The Advanced Climate Risk Network - Oxford Research Center was originally founded as a joint venture by three leading European business schools of renowned universities from Austria, Finland and the UK to promote and host academic conferences and summer-schools in finance, risk and accounting, as well as to advance methodological know-how for doctoral students and young researchers.
It is now a distinct (non profit) research entity with a clear impact mission and a highly respected international academic advisory board overseeing its corporate governance, firmly embedded in the broader Oxford research and publication landscape. Our board members
To provide a platform for interdisciplinary research in the fields of Finance, Risk and Accounting, with a special dedication to Sustainability
To enable and foster international collaboration on research and grant applications
To provide inspiring courses, conferences and summer schools for academic faculty and doctoral students
To disperse and translate current academic research into practice through open access publication outlets and advisory services to policy makers.
In our activities and intra-organizational culture, we embrace and advocate heterogeneity and tolerance, and pay attention to context and environment!
We are a social enterprise for higher education, any excess profits are used to further our programs and outreach to the international academic community.
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Due to the current Corona Pandemic no courses and conferences are planned at the moment.
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Foto from the 14th ACRN Perspectives Meeting at the Oriel College of the University of Oxford
Our fields of operation in the United Kingdom
• Doctoral courses and symposia on research methodology and English academic writing for PhD students and post-docs and lecturers
• Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) studies in research methodology in partnership with UK university
• Doctoral schools and conferences on Social Entrepreneurship and Social & Sustainable Finance in partnership
• Publications on research methodology and data science
• Annual flagship conference: Finance, Risk and Accounting Perspectives (FRAP series)
• Interdisciplinary research coordination in the fields of social and managerial sciences
• Researcher, lector and doctoral supervisor exchange programs
• Digital publication of scientific journals, monographs, books and proceedings
• Social and Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing Conference (SSFII series)
Advisory Board of the ACRN Oxford (Board Folder)
Prof. Alex Nicholls, SAID Business School, University of Oxford, UK
Prof. Elroy Dimson, Cambridge University, UK
Prof. Dr. Arto Ojala, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Prof. Dr. Fergus Lyon, Middlesex University London
Prof. Julia Mundy, Centre for Governance, Risk and Accountability, University of Greenwich, UK
DDr. Merav Ozair, NYU, New York University, US
DDr. Julia Puaschunder, The New School, New York, US
Prof. Ahmed Marhfor, University of Quebec, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
Prof. Olga Kolokolova, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK
Prof. Minna Martikainen, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
Prof. Juha Kansikas, Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Prof. Heimo Losbichler, Department Leader Finance and Accounting, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
Dr. Elisabeth Menschl, Senior Lecturer in Research Philosophy and Ethics, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria
Prof. James Ming Chen, College of Law, Michigan State University, USA
Prof. Steven C Michael, University of Illinois, USA
Prof. Christiana Weber, University of Hannover, Germany
Prof. Shambu Prasad, Professor in Rural Management and Development, Xavier Institute of Management India
Dr. Saadiah Mohamad, Professor of Economics, Faculty of Business Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA
Dr. Pascal Dey, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Dr. Yifat Reuveni, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Prof. Michael Dorff, Southwestern Law School, USA
Prof. Edward T. Jackson, Carleton University, Canada
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