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Cambridge Judge Business School has a number of centres which are founded on strong interdisciplinary research linking networks of people from across the School, the wider University, business and the policy community.

Our research centres are:

Our research centres are strategically important to the delivery of our mission to be "a leading business school at the heart of Cambridge, advancing knowledge and leadership through people who will leave a mark on the world."

The School also hosts a number of other centres and initiatives:

  • Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), a centre for professional practice, provides educational activities to inspire and build skills in the practice of entrepreneurship.
  • Accelerate Cambridge guides entrepreneurial teams through the early 'pre seed' stages of venture formation, supporting the students and faculty of the University of Cambridge in the creation of new ventures.
  • Centre for Compliance & Trust works with banks and other institutions to develop practices and behaviours which put customers and values at the heart of decision-making.
  • Middle East Research Centre is dedicated to researching the business environment and the particular leadership challenges and opportunities facing Middle Eastern organisations.
  • Cambridge Markets, Organisations & Society (CMOS) Research Group brings together scholars from all around the world to generate new insights, frameworks and perspectives on the relationship between markets, organisations and society.
  • Centre for Social Innovation acts as a platform for research and engagement with social innovators, academia and policy in UK and across the world. Its primary focus is to understand, promote, and engage with social innovators and create and support social ventures and projects.

Cambridge Judge Business School is in the business of transformation. Many of our academics are leaders in their field, creating new insight and applying the latest thinking to real-world issues. A selection of CJBS research features are available and form part of an ongoing series.

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