Eight faculty members from Cambridge Judge Business School to present at the 30th Alumni Festival of the University of Cambridge 17-26 September.
Eight members of the Cambridge Judge Business School faculty will discuss topics ranging from racial inequality to sustainability to entrepreneurship at the 30th Alumni Festival of the University of Cambridge 17-26 September.
The festival, which is fully online this year, includes panel discussions, lectures and other events featuring people from across the Schools and Colleges of Cambridge; most events are free of charge, and are also open to non-alumni who register.
Alumni Festival events featuring Cambridge Judge faculty are:
- The creation and reproduction of racial inequality in the workplace.
With Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy, and Race & Inclusion Champion, University of Cambridge.
- Will AI make the workplace – wherever it is – more equal?
With Stella Pachidi, University Lecturer in Information Systems.
- Institutions and macroeconomic policies in resource-rich Arab economies.
With Kamiar Mohaddes, University Senior Lecturer in Economics & Policy.
- Promoting green growth: a guaranteed route to recovery or a route to value destruction?
With Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics.
- Sustainability, circular economy and impact investment.
With Khaled Soufani, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice and Director of the Circular Economy Centre.
- Gates Scholars: how much impact can individual social entrepreneurs have on development?
With Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing.
- Using entrepreneurship to address the climate emergency.
With Chris Coleridge, Senior Faculty in Management Practice.
- Are China and the US entering a new cold war?
With Simon Taylor, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice (Finance).