--- OXFORD TRADE PROGRAM ---
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This is a four-week intensive program focusing on the multi-dimensional aspects of global trade. In particular, the program examines the legal, political and trade aspects of the dramatically changing global marketplace. It is organized by the School of Public Policy at George Mason University in partnership with St. Peters College, Oxford University. A joint Certificate is awarded by both institutions. This is the ninth year that George Mason University and St. Peters College are cooperating in offering an annual program. The Program includes briefings in London and in Geneva, Switzerland, and participation in the Oxford corporate - partnership program. The briefings in London focuses in global financial firms and those in Geneva on global trade organizations. Over the years a close working relationship has been developed with the Drucker School of Management at the Claremont Graduate School and with the International Relations Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
- The program focuses on global trade from public and private perspectives.
- The program emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach (law, politics and trade).
- Substantive areas examined are E-commerce, Internet trade, corporate strategies, telecommunications, information technology, venture capital and global governance.
- Briefings are held in Geneva involving global inter-governmental institutions.
- World Trade Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization, International Telecommunications Union, UN Conference on Trade and Development, International Trade Center, International Standards Organization, among others.
- Briefings are held in London stressing private global financial firms.
- Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, among others.
- Teams of participants visit and study individual firms in the "Corporate Practicum." (Many of the firms involve those providing the group briefings as well as other leading ones.)
- Assignments involve assessing the response of a global firm and a global institution to the challenges of the global economy.
- For a more detailed program review click ..... "Global Trade & the Digital Economy."
(A two-week option is available)
[Dr. Malawer with the Mike Moore, Director-General of the WTO]
"You have developed a very special programme." .... Mike Moore (Nov. 30, 2001).
Stuart S. Malawer, J.D., Ph.D., is the Distinguished Professor of Law & Trade Policy at George Mason University and Visiting Professor, St. Peter's College, Oxford University. Dr. Malawer was the founding director of the Graduate International Transactions Program and the Oxford Trade Program. Each module in this program has a Team Leader who is either a faculty member of George Mason University or Oxford University. Each week is led by the Team Leader who is supplemented by Guest Lecturers from Oxford University and from private and public institutions within the United Kingdom and Geneva, Switzerland.
- Oxford Trade Program. http://www.OxfordTrade.com
- Oxford University, Oxford, England. http://www.ox.ac.uk/
- Oxford Virtual Tour. http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtour/
- St. Peter's College, Oxford University. http://www.spc.ox.ac.uk/
- School of Public Policy, George Mason University. http://policy.gmu.edu/
POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS by Faculty (2000 - 2001).
PRACTICUM ("Corporate Partnerships").
- Broebeck, Hale & Dorr (Global law firm).
- Citigroup (Global financial group).
- GKN Industries (Diversified manufacturing).
- Goldman Sachs (Global investment bank).
- Hunton & Williams (Global law firm).
- ISIS Technology Innovation (Oxford University technology transfer).
- New Media (Public venture capital corporation).
READINGS & ADDITIONAL MATERIALS.
STUDENT PARTICIPANTS (Directories).
DISCUSSION GROUP (OxfordTrade.com).
CHAT ROOM (OxfordTrade.com).
OXFORD TRADE ALUMNI NEWS & UPDATES.