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1 Curating good choice, digital marketplace platforms and the framing of eating Dr Jeremy Brice explores how consumer choice is governed, protected, and cared for by firms which operate digital marketplace platforms from the likes of Deliveroo to Amazon Fresh. Jeremy Brice 15 Dec 2023
2 National models, achieving full coverage, sources of funding, building business Support Professor Christopher Hodges gives a talk for the First Annual Oxford Consumer ADR Conference. Christopher Hodges 07 Oct 2013
3 First Annual Conference on Consumer ADR: Jacqueline Minor Representative of the European Commission in the United Kingdom, Formerly Director of Consumer Policy, DG Sanco, gives a talk at the First Annual Conference on Consumer ADR. Jacqueline Minor 07 Oct 2013
4 The crisis facing the business models of print media around the world Robert Picard, Professor of Media Economics, Jönköping University and Director of Research, RISJ, gives a talk for the 2011 Hilary term Seminar series. Robert Picard 11 Apr 2011
5 Creative Commons Fair Trade Certification Dr Alex Nicholls (Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship) examines how over the past ten years the market for Fair Trade products has grown at double digit rates across many countries in the North. Alex Nicholls 08 Dec 2010
6 Creative Commons Problems With Credit Rating Agencies Professor Timothy Sinclair (University of Warwick) looks at why getting credit ratings 'right' seems vitally important to many professional observers and politicians. Timothy Sinclair 01 Dec 2010
7 Creative Commons Standards for sweatshops: voluntary labour standards programs in global supply chains Increased attention to sweatshops, child labour, and the suppression of labour rights has led to a range of voluntary initiatives that set, monitor, and certify labour standards in global supply chains. Tim Bartley 19 Nov 2010
8 Creative Commons Enacting the Ethical Consumer Dr Clive Barnett (Open University) asks how do consumers know when they are acting responsibly? Are they making a difference when they buy "Fairtrade" or "certified organic"? Can consumers trust these kinds of accreditations? Clive Barnett 22 Oct 2010