In a letter to The Economist, Sir Hermann Hauser, serial entrepreneur and member of the advisory board at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that the historic competition between Oxford and Cambridge is not the best way forward. He says: “Collaboration and networking are better way forward and we would like to see Oxford and Cambridge working together for the benefit of Britain. Let’s be positive about what both cities have to offer, rather than seeing each other as opponents. After all, the issue is global competition, not local rivalries.” The letter was co-written by Sherry Coutu, David Cleevely and Andy Richards.
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