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Air Commodore Jarrod Pendlebury, a Research Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation (CCSI), is named to Australia’s King’s Birthday Honours for outstanding achievement as UN military adviser.

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Two papers co-authored by Cambridge Judge academics using social innovation approaches to solve defence issues will be presented at a military conference in the US this month. The first outlines suggested improvements to the United Nations (UN) deployment decision-making process, and the second addresses under participation of Asian American Pacific Islanders in the United States Air Force.

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Churches are at risk unless they find new uses for their buildings, says a report by Cambridge Judge Business School and the Diocese of Ely, lead authored by Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge.

A look at marginalised communities: what Cambridge Judge research and initiatives can teach us.

In this special insight article, we look at some of the work done at Cambridge Judge to highlight issues affecting the marginalised and point a way forward to solving them, and we also talk to some of those involved in these important initiatives.

How aligned is your business partnership?

Companies feel betrayed when a business partner Just Isn’t That Into You (in the same way), says a new study co-authored by Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Businesses need to back up their 'exciting' narratives on sustainability with clear implementation, says a new Handbook on the Business of Sustainability co-authored by faculty and others at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Social ventures can risk drawing dangerous attention from the government and police in authoritarian countries.

Governance, economics and policy

Creative legitimacy

Social ventures in authoritarian countries should combine ‘protective disguise’ with ‘harmonious advocacy’, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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There is a high level of 'inattentiveness' in even the top-ranked workers recruited for research through Amazon Mechanical Turk, says a new study co-authored by Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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Four key blockages are preventing full implementation of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, Paul Tracey and Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School say in the School's inaugural Social Innovation Lecture.

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Social impact

Population ecology

Study by Dr Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge Business School looks at survival of newly established social enterprises.

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How can organisations disguise campaigns as grassroots movements to challenge protected practices? Paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School on child marriage in Indonesia is named Best Article at Academy of Management annual meeting.

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Pioneering historical approaches to Black economic co-operation should be tapped to benefit today’s business education, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School.