How do we begin to understand the impact of crucial economic events on the financial markets? By funding critical areas of research. We, at the Cambridge Centre for Finance, see this as being fundamental to understanding the operation of modern economies.
Together with the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF), we promote theoretical, quantitative and historical studies, crossing conventional disciplinary boundaries, as we bring together research groups consisting of economists, mathematicians, lawyers, historians, computer scientists and market practitioners.
By providing support for research that explores these areas, particularly as it relates to corporate finance, we make it easier for financial experts, scholars and thought leaders to make a difference in the world at large.
Find out how investment issues are developing as the global business landscape evolves. Read our latest publications, brought to you by our researchers, collaborators and external partners.
By expanding the field of thought in a variety of important areas pertaining to finance, we add value to the research community. Here you can find all the most important theoretical and empirical studies in one place, with our expert researchers delineating key ideas for financial leaders and academics world-wide.