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Elroy Dimson

Research Director (Finance)
Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM)

BA (Newcastle University), MCom (Birmingham University), PhD (University of London), Hon FIA (Institute of Actuaries), Hon FSIP (CFA Institute)

Research interests

Investment management; financial market history; endowment asset management; sustainable and responsible investing.

Subject group: Finance

Professional experience

Elroy Dimson chairs the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, and is Emeritus Professor of Finance at London Business School. He chairs the Policy Board and the Academic Advisory Board of FTSE Russell and is an Advisory Council member for Financial Analysts Journal. He is a member of the Financial Economists Roundtable and of the European Corporate Governance Institute. He is a Fellow or Honorary Fellow of CFA UK, the Institute of Actuaries, the Royal Historical Society, the Risk Institute at Ohio State University, and Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge.

Professor Dimson’s books include Triumph of the Optimists and the Global Investment Returns Yearbook (with Paul Marsh and Mike Staunton), Endowment Asset Management (with Shanta Acharya), and Financial Market History (with David Chambers). Recent publications are on active ownership (Review of Financial Studies), real assets (Journal of Financial Economics), financial history (Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis), endowment strategy (Financial Analysts Journal), long-horizon investing (five book chapters), with case studies on manager selection and on stocks for the long run (both Harvard Business School). His PhD is from London Business School.

Previous appointments

Elroy Dimson has been an Emeritus Professor at London Business School since 2009. Prior to 2009, he served LBS as Professor of Finance, Faculty Governor, Chair of the Finance Area, Chair of the Accounting Area, Dean of MBA Programmes, and Director of the Initiative on Foundation and Endowment Asset Management. He has held visiting positions at Chicago, Berkeley, the Bank of England, and other institutions, as well as a variety of board positions.

Awards & honours

  • Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Award for “Factor-based investing: the long-term evidence” (with Paul Marsh and Mike Staunton), 2018
  • Best Research Paper, International Centre for Pension Management, Toronto, 2018
  • The University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award, 2017
  • Savvy Investor Best Investment Paper for Financial Market History, 2017
  • Savvy Investor Best Asset Allocation Paper for Global Investment Returns Yearbook, 2017
  • The Sandra Dawson Research Impact Award, Cambridge Judge Business School, 2017
  • FIR-PRI Award for Best Published Paper on Sustainability, 2016
  • Graham and Dodd Best Perspectives Award, Financial Analysts Journal, 2015
  • AIM Visiting Scholar, University of Texas at Austin, 2014
  • aCIO Top 10 Most Influential Academics in Institutional Investing, 2013
  • Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Award for “The Norway Model” (with David Chambers and Antti Ilmanen), 2013
  • Best Paper Award from AAWE for “The price of wine” (with Christophe Spaenjers), 2013
  • Moskowitz Prize for Best Paper in 2012-13 for “Active ownership” (with Oguzhan Karakas and Xi Li), 2013

Selected publications

Here are a selection of Elroy Dimson’s publications. Please see the “Selected publications” tab above for a more comprehensive list.

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2020) Global investment returns yearbook 2020. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute.

Dimson, E. and Spaenjers, C. (2011) “Ex post: the investment performance of collectible stamps.” Journal of Financial Economics, 100(2): 443-458 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jfineco.2010.12.005)

Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (2009) “IPO underpricing over the very long run.” Journal of Finance, 64(3): 1407-1443 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6261.2009.01468.x)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2008) “The worldwide equity risk premium: a smaller puzzle.” In: Mehra, R. (ed.) Handbook of the equity risk premium. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Acharya, S. and Dimson, E. (2007) Endowment asset management. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2002) Triumph of the optimists. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Journal articles

Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (2009) “IPO underpricing over the very long run.” Journal of Finance, 64(3): 1407-1443 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6261.2009.01468.x)

Dimson, E. and Spaenjers, C. (2011) “Ex post: the investment performance of collectible stamps.” Journal of Financial Economics, 100(2): 443-458 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jfineco.2010.12.005)

Chambers D. and Dimson E. (2013) “Retrospectives: John Maynard Keynes, investment innovator.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 27(3): 213-228 (DOI: 10.1257/jep.27.3.213)

Dimson, E. and Spaenjers, C. (2014) “Investing in emotional assets.” Financial Analysts Journal, 70(2): 20-25 (DOI: 10.2469/faj.v70.n2.8)

Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (2015) “The British origins of the US endowment model.” Financial Analysts Journal, 71(2): 10-14 (DOI: 10.2469/faj.v71.n2.7) (available online via the SSRN)

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Foo, J. (2015) “Keynes the stock market investor: a quantitative analysis.” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 50(4): 843-868 (DOI: 10.1017/S0022109015000186) (available online via the SSRN)

Dimson, E., Rousseau, P.L. and Spaenjers, C. (2015) “The price of wine.” Journal of Financial Economics, 118(2): 431-449 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jfineco.2015.08.005) (available online via the SSRN)

Dimson, E., Karakaş, O. and Li, X. (2015) “Active ownership.” Review of Financial Studies, 28(12): 3225-3268 (DOI: 10.1093/rfs/hhv044)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2017) “Factor-based investing: the long-term evidence.” Journal of Portfolio Management, 43(5): 15–37 (DOI: 10.3905/jpm.2017.43.5.015)

Atta-Darkua, V., Chambers, D., Dimson, E., Ran, Z. and Yu, T. (2020) “Strategies for responsible investing: emerging academic evidence.” Journal of Portfolio Management, 46(3): 26-35 (DOI: 10.3905/jpm.2020.46.3.026)

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Kaffe, C. (2020) “Seventy-five years of investing for future generations.” Financial Analysts Journal, 76(4): 5-21 (DOI: 10.1080/0015198X.2020.1802984)

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Quigley, E. (2020) “To divest or to engage? A case study of investor responses to climate activism.” The Journal of Investing, 29(2): 10-20 (DOI: 10.3905/joi.2020.1.114)

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Spaenjers, C. (2020) “Art as an asset: evidence from Keynes the collector.” Review of Asset Pricing Studies, 10(3): 490–520 (DOI: 10.1093/rapstu/raaa001)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2020) “Divergent ESG ratings.” Journal of Portfolio Management, 47(1): 75-87 (DOI: 10.3905/jpm.2020.1.175)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2020) “Exclusionary screening.” Journal of Impact and ESG Investing, 1(1): 66-75 (DOI: 10.3905/jesg.2020.1.1.066)

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Ilmanen, A. (2021) “The Norway model in perspective.” Journal of Portfolio Management (forthcoming)

Books, monographs, reports & case studies

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2002) Triumph of the optimists. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Acharya, S. and Dimson, E. (2007) Endowment asset management. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (eds.) (2016) Financial market history: reflections on the past for investors today. London: CFA Institute Research Foundation.

Chambers, D., Dimson, E., Segal, A.I. and Steiner, E. (2016) “The role of real estate: the case of Christ Church College.” Harvard Business School: 9-216-086.

Chambers, D., Dimson, E., Viceira, L.M. and Corsi, E. (2016) “Models of endowment management: King’s College, Cambridge.” Harvard Business School: 9-216-023.

Viceira, L.M., Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (2016) “Clare College: seeking investment opportunity in a financial crisis.” Harvard Business School: 9-216-015.

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2017) Switzerland: a financial market history. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute. (Available online)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2020) Global investment returns yearbook 2020. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute.

Evans, S., Marsh, P. and Dimson, E. (2019) Numis Smaller Companies Index: 2019 annual review. London: Numis Securities.

Dimson, E. and Marsh, P. (eds.) (2019) Risk measurement service. London: London Business School.

Evans, S., Marsh, P. and Dimson, E. (2021) Numis Smaller Companies Index: 2021 annual review. London: Numis Securities.

Book chapters

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2008) “The worldwide equity risk premium: a smaller puzzle.” In: Mehra, R. (ed.) Handbook of the equity risk premium. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Dimson, E. and Spaenjers, C. (2014) “The investment performance of art and other collectibles.” In: Dempster, A.M. (ed.) Risk and uncertainty in the art world. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp.219-238

Chambers, D., Dimson, E. and Foo, J. (2015) “Keynes, King’s and endowment asset management.” In: Brown, J.R. and Hoxby, C.M. (eds.) How the financial crisis and great recession affected higher education: National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, pp.127-150

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2016) “Long-term asset returns.” In: Chambers, D. and Dimson, E. (eds.) Financial market history: reflections on the past for investors today. Charlottesville, VA: CFA Institute Research Foundation, pp.2-26

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2017) “Five factors that influence investment returns.” In: Parker, C. (ed.) Harriman’s new book of investing rules. Petersfield: Harriman House, pp.215–220

Atta-Darkua, V. and Dimson, E. (2018) “Diversifisering på tvers av industrisektorer [Sector exclusion].” In: Thøgersen, Ø. (ed.) Energiaksjer i Statens pensjonsfond utland [Energy shares in the Government Pension Fund Global]. Oslo: Norwegian Ministry of Finance, pp.117–134 (Available online)

Dimson, E., Marsh, P. and Staunton, M. (2018) “The evolution of equity markets.” In: Faber, M. and Remsburg, J. (eds.) The best investment writing: selected writing from leading investors and authors: vol.2. Petersfield: Harriman House, pp.5-12

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Coordination awarded

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Investment research award

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Historical investment analysis

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2015 Commonfund Prize Winner announced

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Investing from the heart

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An interview with Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, about the Norwegian sovereign…

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Focus Money: All on equities

Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM), Cambridge Judge Business School, recently gave an interview to Germany’s…

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Financial Times: Long-term investing is simple – no matter what the ‘experts’ say

Study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, explores historical financial data,…

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The Wall Street Journal: Economic confidence is really high. Perhaps it’s time to sell.

The American economy is growing stronger, but investors should be careful as it is difficult to predict how the economy will perform…

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Capital: Elroy Dimson: “Anyone can invest like a sovereign wealth fund”

In an interview with a German magazine, Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM), Cambridge Judge Business…

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Financial Times: Pessimists in the ascendancy

An investment book titled “Triumph of the Optimists” co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management…

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The Wall Street Journal: The market isn’t going to save you from saving too little

A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge, is cited in…

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Arzte Zeitung: Wines are excellent assets

Wine is a great investment asset and can bring good returns in the long term. A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson,…

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Money Week: Momentum investing: what it is, why it works and what to buy

Momentum investing, an investment style that developed 20-25 years ago, is still a valid approach. A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson,…

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The Wall Street Journal: A decade later, US stocks behave like Lehman never happened

A report that looks at investment returns is mentioned in the article. The report, written for Credit Suisse and co-authored by Professor…

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Business Day: Tracker funds can also foster responsible investment practices

A research paper co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, is…

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The Wall Street Journal: The real risk is believing that volatility is risk

A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, is featured…

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Daily Reckoning: Investors quit the fag

Investors are turning away from tobacco stocks although this is one of the best-performing industries, according to a report co-authored by Professor…

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Seeking Alpha: Keynes’ art

Research co-authored by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge…

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Meb Faber Research: High valuations don’t necessarily mean asset prices will collapse

In this podcast Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks…

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The Wall Street Journal: What it takes to build a $100 million art collection

Research co-authored by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge…

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Daily Mail: Buying a house might not be the best bet for returns

The Global Investment Returns Yearbook for Credit Suisse co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management…

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The Wall Street Journal: Stocks are probably overpriced, but don’t be too sure

A recently published Global Investment Returns Yearbook produced for Credit Suisse provides information on different stock and bond markets going back to…

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The Economist: Why low returns are inevitable

The Global Investment Returns Yearbook for Credit Suisse co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management…

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Financial Times: Gold, violins and wine don’t cut it as a rival to stocks

The recently published Global Investment Returns Yearbook produced for Credit Suisse provides information on different stock and bond markets going back to…

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Financial Planning: Trump vs. Obama: Who had best first year stock market gains?

A report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, is featured…

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Seeking Alpha: Financial market history can help today’s investors

In an interview for the FCA Institute, Professor Elroy Dimson and Dr David Chambers from the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management…

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Money Week: Where to find the hottest growth stocks

Where should investors put their money to get the best return? Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset…

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Financial Times: Tulip bulbs vs bitcoin: a bubble comparison

Is cryptocurrency like 1990s-era tech stocks, the South Sea Company, or Dutch flowers? – asks the FT’s John Authers. A study on…

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Journal Economico: Investment in value or growth?

An interview with Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge. Professor Dimson talks…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Five key ‘factors’ in factor investing

With factor investing and smart beta strategies on the rise, Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management…

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Business Weekly: University honours new Cambridge ideas changing the world

Faculty and experts from Cambridge Judge Business School were winners in both the Impact Awards and the Public Engagement with Research Awards…

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Globe Advisor: How to brace yourself for the inevitable stock-market crash

A study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM), is featured in the article.…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Economists look for ‘pragmatic’ approach to corporate tax reform

The Financial Economists Roundtable, which includes Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM), calls for retaining…

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Neue Zürcher Zeitung: Switzerland as a financial giant

A new report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM), says low inflation and…

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Ignites Europe: Selector raises concerns with multifactor smart beta funds

Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on multifactor funds…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Don’t panic!

Stock market bubbles are rare so investors shouldn’t overreact, says a new book edited by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson…

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Financial Times: Obituary: Theorist who honed how best to price traded assets

FT collects comments from various experts for the obituary for financial economist Stephen Ross (1944-2017). “It’s fair to say that Steve Ross…

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The Economist: Do smart-beta investment funds work?

Researchers including Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, have found 316…

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Global Investor Magazine: Judgement day for smart beta

Further coverage of a report co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson. The Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2017 looks at returns on…

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Financial Times: Popular ‘smart beta’ strategies reveal their true value in trial

“Smart beta” factors are now among the investment industry’s biggest earners, writes John Authers in the FT. Most popular factors, including value,…

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The Economist: Interest rates and investment returns

Real interest rates, as measured by inflation-linked bonds, are around minus one per cent in big rich economies. A new report co-authored…

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Financial Times: Trump reflation trade goes global

An article looks at stock markets in the US, Europe and China, and what investors should expect in the future. A report…

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Yahoo Finance: America’s stock market was dominated by one industry in 1900

According to Credit Suisse’s recent report, railroads dominated the US stock market at the beginning of the 20th century, but this has…

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Financial Times: The importance of bubbles that did not burst

John Authers looks at the history of investment bubbles and why it’s vital to spot it on time. The article mentions a…

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The Economist: Bubbles are rarer than you think

A new book Financial Market History, edited by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset…

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The National: Keynes’ words of wisdom remain relevant for 2017

What would John Maynard Keynes do if he was investing in 2017? The article cites analysis by Dr David Chambers and Professor…

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ESG Magazine: The 2016 winners

The FIR-PRI Awards, which have been running since 2005, have established themselves as one of the highest-profile bursary competitions supporting academic research…

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The Daily Telegraph: How to invest like… Norway’s oil fund

James Connington looks into the Norwegian state pension fund, the world’s third largest wealth fund worth £700bn. Individual investors could learn lessons…

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Financial Times: Donald Trump and the bonfire of the certainties

John Authers writes about financial uncertainty in the US after the president election. A book co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of…

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Financial Times: Getting ‘engaged’ offers path to salvation for active managers

Research by Cambridge Judge Business School's Elroy Dimson, Oguzhan Karakas and Xi Li, published last year, used data from one large institutional…

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Financial Times: Ethical investing’s rebranding is actually one of substance

John Authers looks at ethical investing and how it could bring more value to investors. Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre…

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The Economist: Back in fashion: Emerging markets are popular with investors again

The stockmarkets of developing countries are getting more popular with investors again and this year they have generated a return of 13…

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The Wall Street Journal: The new abnormal: coping with weirdness in bonds

Jason Zweig looks at low interest rates and how this affects investment. Research co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton…

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The Wall Street Journal: The more it hurts, the more you make it: Investing after Brexit

Jason Zweig looks at the current investment opportunities after last week’s referendum in the UK. Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton…

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Cambridge News: Keynes and the US universities’ money

An article by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge on…

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The Financial: Finance experts receive Graham & Dodd Award

An article by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge on…

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Cambridge Business Magazine Markets ‘kind’ to midcaps along with microcaps

2015 was a difficult year for global stock markets. However, amid the gloom there was a bright spot in the form of…

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Financial Times: Rising interest rates are bad for stocks

A study on the relationship between equity values and interest rates co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for…

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Investors Chronicle: Three charts to explain rate rises, asset prices and Yellen’s dilemma

Ian Smith writes about equities and bonds, based on a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge. A historical analysis of 21 countries over…

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Arts and Collections International: Art investment: Risk and reward

Wine outperformed art, stamps and bonds throughout the 20th century, says a study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton…

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The Economist: Watch what they pay

A study on historical stock market returns co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at…

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Financial Times: US equities: Patience needed for volatile US small-caps

The Numis Smaller Companies Index (“NSCI”) Annual Review 2016 reported that the NSCI ended 2015 with a return that was significantly ahead…

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Financial Times: Small-caps outperform the FTSE yet again

The Numis Smaller Companies Index (NSCI) review co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge found that smaller UK companies posted positive…

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Financial Times: Climate talks mark turning point for investors

John Authers looks at the legacy of the COP21 Paris conference. Businesses are preparing to make a turning point for institutional investment.…

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Financial Times: Bordeaux wine is for investing, not just for drinking

A study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge’s Judge Business School, found…

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Financial Times: Wine is a fine investment

Investing in fine wine has a bright future, according to research co-authored by Elroy Dimson, professor at Cambridge Judge Business School. He…

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IRRC Institute: Winners of 2015 IRRC Institute Research Award challenge conventional wisdom on fossil fuel divestment; influence of passive investors

For the first time in the IRRC Institute Award's four-year history, the judges selected multiple research papers for Honorable Mention recognition, saying…

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The Economist: Many unhappy returns

The Economist looks at future investment returns by pension funds and endowments. A study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Keynes’ role as an investor chronicled

David Chambers and Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge outlined John Maynard Keynes’s role…

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The Huffington Post: A framework for responsible investing

Asset owners, investment managers and others ascribe different meanings to the term “responsible investment.” For some it refers to socially responsible investment,…

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The Economist: Who low rates are not good for equity returns

Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, attended an Economist conference,…

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Financial Times: The wages of sin is outperformance for investors

The best-performing stocks since 1900 have been tobacco in the United States and alcohol in the United Kingdom, according to a review…

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CPI Financial: Credit Suisse research shows established industries often beat new technology

A new report finds that responsible investing not always bring higher returns. "The best-performing industries since 1900 have been tobacco in the…

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The Sydney Morning Herald: Vice stocks yield higher returns than ethical stocks

"Investments in unethical stocks, industries and countries have tended to outperform," says a new report published by the Credit Suisse Research Institute.…

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South China Monitoring Post: Tobacco glowing example that old industries are a better investment

A new report says investing in old industries like tobacco and alcohol can bring more profit, while investing in new-technology stocks might…

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Financial Times: Sin stock pay as alcohol and cigarettes beat sober rivals

The best-performing stocks since 1900 have been tobacco in the United States and alcohol in the United Kingdom, according to a review…

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The Wall Street Journal: How sectors make or break investors

The new report published by the Credit Suisse Research Institute finds that it's important to choose the right sector for investment in…

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Cambridge Network: Review of UK small-cap returns

The Numis Smaller Companies Index (NSCI), which measures returns from investing in small- and mid-cap UK companies, ended 2014 with a positive…

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Reuters: Saft on wealth: drink, don’t hold, fine wine

James Saft looks at investment in fine wine. "Though wine has, at least on some measures, outperformed many other assets like art,…

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Cambridge Network: The Cambridge – Oslo connection

An expert panel that includes Elroy Dimson, professor of finance and chairman of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge…

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Financial Times: How to see into the future

John Maynard Keynes’s track record over a quarter century running the discretionary portfolio of King’s College Cambridge was excellent, outperforming market benchmarks…

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Climateer Investing: Research reveals that wine outperformed art, stamps and bonds throughout the 20th century

New research co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and London Business School, shows that wine…

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Financial Advisor: Keynes’ way to wealth

John Wasik investigates why John Maynard Keynes is one of the most important economists in history and refers to research by David…

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Financial Times: Fine wine’s asset value is not just a matter of taste

John Authers investigates further why investors should choose wine and interviews Professor Elroy Dimson, of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.…

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Every Investor: Investing in wine produces heady returns

The study shows that wine outperformed art, stamps and bonds throughout the 20th Century. Professor Elroy Dimson of the University of Cambridge…

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The Daily Telegraph: The best investment of the 20th century? Red wine

DT features a new research in wine investment co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and…

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Reuters: Forget the bonds and get a glass – red wine is a winner in 20th century

Study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and London Business School, shows that hat wine…

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New York Times: Some wines are worth not drinking

Paul Sullivan looks into wine investment and interviews Elroy Dimson, Co-Director of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge…

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British Academy: Understanding financial markets: Research, practice and policy

The British Academy, the Cambridge-INET Institute and Cemmap recently co-hosted a lecture on financial markets. Elroy Dimson, Visiting Professor at Cambridge Judge…

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Motley Fool blog: Lessons on investing from economics giant John Maynard Keynes

The Motley Fool investigates why John Maynard Keynes is one of the most important economists in history and refers to research by…

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New York Times: John Maynard Keynes’ own portfolio not too dismal

Reporter John Wasik investigates influential economist John Maynard Keynes’s approach to investing in research by David Chambers, Director of the CJBS Centre…

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British Airways Business Life: What can we learn from macroeconomics pioneer John Keynes’ slow start

Tim Harford investigates John Keynes’ way to success and what today’s investor could learn from him. Author refers to a recent study…

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The Daily Telegraph: How to invest like… J. Maynard Keynes

The influential economist also happened to deliver annual returns of 15pc in a timespan covering the Wall Street Crash and the Second…

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Value Walk: Why Keynes gave up market timing

In this video blog for SensibleInvesting.TV, Robin Powell reports on newly published study of Keynes’s investments for King’s College, Cambridge. The research…

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Financial Times: A lesson from the other ‘sage’ of investing

John Maynard Keynes invented macroeconomics but chose not to anticipate macroeconomic trends as an investment innovator. In a newly published study of…

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PR Newswire: Major new responsible investing study sought for 2013 Moskowitz Prize recognition

The Moskowitz Prize encourages and recognizes outstanding academic research on matters germane to the field of responsible investing. In 2012, the prize…

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Fool.co.uk: Investing in a low-return world

With cash and bond yields at rock bottom, investors are being increasingly encouraged to turn to shares to help build up the…

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Financial Times: Active ownership offers win-win strategy

Award-winning research co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School's Elroy Dimson, Oğuzhan Karakaş and Xi Li analysed investor engagement with US companies over…

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Pensions & Investments: AQR managing director nabs 2 prizes

Antti Ilmanen, managing director at AQR Capital Management, was named co-winner of the top $2,500 and runner-up $1,000 prizes in the Bernstein…

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Pensions & Investments: Moskowitz prize winners show corporate SRI engagements pay off

Corporate socially responsible engagements with US companies produced on average an 1.8 percentage points in incremental return over a 12-month period after…

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Pensions & Investments: Three receive Moskowitz Prize for study of corporate SRI engagements

Three academics — one of whom is also chairman of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global's strategy council — have been named…

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The Psy-Fi Blog: Keynesian investing: changing facts, changing minds

Dr David Chambers, from Cambridge Judge Business School, along with Elroy Dimson have published a wonderful paper on Keynes the Stock Market…

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CIO: Endowment investors might learn a lot from Keynes

Keynes made a major contribution to the development of professional asset management, and today's investors should take heed, a newly published paper…

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Cotizalia: Teaching Keynes management

Although most know John Maynard Keynes as one of the most influential economists of the twentieth century, few know that it was…

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BBC2: Keynes investment strategy

Dr David Chambers of Cambridge Judge Business School and Professor Elroy Dimson of the London Business School have studied Keynes’s investment strategy…"…

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Harvard Law School Forum: Ownership dispersion and the London Stock Exchange’s “Two-thirds rule”

In contrast to most other countries, in both Britain and the United States, a hallmark of corporate governance is a separation of…

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Financial Times: Keynes, the hedge fund pioneer

The macroeconomics of John Maynard Keynes continue to dominate the global economic policy debate to this very day…  A fascinating recent paper…

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The Financial Times: Investment – Norway’s nest egg

Oslo's oil fund is seen as a paragon of responsible use of energy income but debate rages about its strategy… Dr David…

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