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The Economist: Curiosity killed the copycat

‘Copycatting’ doesn’t work in the mutual funds, says research co-authored by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School. Read the full article [economist.com]…

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The Wall Street Journal: Even stock-pickers can’t pick good stock-pickers

The research co-authored by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, found that ‘copycat funds are typically distressed funds that appear to turn to mimicking behavior to reverse current performance and investor redemption…

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The Financial Times: Copycats are an unsuccessful breed

Superior fund managers can’t be identified in advance, says research co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School finance professor Raghavendra Rau. According to the research ‘copycat funds were typically distressed vehicles that adopted mimicking behaviour in an effort to reverse underperformance…

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The Sunday Times: When you believe your own PR…

Carly Chynoweth investigates why leaders become egoistical and what are the best ways to stop this. One of the first steps to recovery could be asking yourself ‘something like, when was the last time I changed my mind because of…

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The Financial Times: Trium tops FT Executive MBA programme rankings 2014

Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive MBA programme entered the FT EMBA ranking first time this year. It’s ranked as number 36 among 134 programmes and is the highest-ranked of the new programmes in the 2014 ranking. Read the full article…

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