Faculty & research
A world-class faculty focused on research with real-world impact.
World-class research with real-world impact
Our research combines the highest international academic standards with a focus on the practical needs of business and society.
Our faculty produce research organised through 8 subject groups. Many are leaders in their field, directing cutting-edge research and consulting for businesses and governments. Members of Cambridge Judge Business School are often also associated with one or more interdisciplinary research centres and with national and international networks of expertise.
As a fully integrated department of the University of Cambridge, there are extensive opportunities for Cambridge Judge faculty to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration.
These powerful networks mean that Cambridge Judge hosts one of the largest concentrations of interdisciplinary business and management research activity in Europe.
Who we are
What we do
Our focus is on producing world-leading research that is highly relevant and practically impactful for organisations around the globe. We help organisations to learn faster and search more effectively for solutions to the challenges they are facing today and will face tomorrow.
We disseminate our research results through a wide variety of outlets to make it accessible and useful to a broad range of audiences.
As well as larger workshops and conferences, Cambridge Judge Business School runs a full programme of regular seminars, organised by both subject groups and research centres. Seminars are posted as and when they are arranged and take place primarily in term-time.
Speakers: Bhumika Billa, Louise Bishop, Professor Simon Deakin, Dr Kamelia Pourkermani and Tvisha Shroff, Centre for Business Research (CBR)
A Strategy and International Business seminar with Dr Ivona Hideg, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
A Strategy and International Business seminar with Professor Maja Korica, IÉSEG School of Management, Université Catholique de Lille.
A Strategy and International Business seminar with Professor Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris.
News and insights
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Firms are wrestling with how to convince staff to use artificial intelligence (AI) and other new technologies. A study led at Cambridge Judge, focusing on social comparisons among employees, cautions against a false dichotomy between full and no adoption.
Companies benefit from higher forecasts from analysts when CEOs express more ‘internal’ factors for poor performance, says new study co-authored by Rafael Rogo of Cambridge Judge Business School.
A new Playbook from Cambridge Judge Business School on how developing economies can use digital infrastructure aims to provide a model for countries around the world.