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“Financial freedom should be part of any strategy that addresses inequality”

We caught up with Dr Namukale Chintu, an alumna of our PhD programme (2009). Namukale is founder of Frontier Market Consultants and a Non-Executive Director on the boards of Invesco Asset Management and Invesco UK. During her time at Cambridge…

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Namukale Chintu.

Hope amid angst on the climate-tech front

A book proposal on pioneering entrepreneurial solutions to climate change by Ariel de Fauconberg, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School, wins the Bracken Bower Prize of the Financial Times for best book proposal by an author under age…

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Ariel de Fauconberg.

Robots in fashion: how creatives are working with AI

Study on how creative people work collaboratively with artificial intelligence by Alentina Vardanyan, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge, wins award from Academy of Management.   Alentina Vardanyan A paper by Alentina Vardanyan, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business…

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How can the ‘Space Value of Money’ boost sustainability?

A new book by Dr Armen Papazian, a PhD graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, outlines a new financial modelling framework that integrates sustainability into the very core of finance. Dr Armen Papazian The book entitled The Space Value of…

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Financial Times: MBA professors under pressure to show business relevance

Mauro Guillén, dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, says academic institutions compete fiercely to hire the next generation of rising-star professors from the top PhD programmes. “Every year there’s a small number of superstars, and everyone wants them,” Guillén says.…

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Creative legitimacy

Social ventures in authoritarian countries should combine ‘protective disguise’ with ‘harmonious advocacy’, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Jochem Kroezen Social ventures provide increasingly important services in countries seen as “authoritarian”, but have frequently aroused suspicion and…

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

Forbes: How ready are companies for the post-pandemic world?

An article looking at how organisations are getting ready for post-Covid world cites two papers co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. A report launched by the World Economic Forum, co-authored by Cambridge Judge PhD student Ariel de Fauconberg, outlines how…

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Reuters: Hope for achieving the SDGs lies in a new generation about to take over the boardroom

Arlo Brady, CEO of Freuds and PhD alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (PhD 2000), writes about the concept of ethical corporation and how it has changed over the years. “In the early 2000s, the focus was on the business…

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SME power

A new report launched by the World Economic Forum, co-authored by Cambridge Judge PhD student Ariel de Fauconberg, outlines how small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can best position themselves to be 'future-ready. Ariel de Fauconberg A new report launched by…

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World Economic Forum: Five key insights on the future-readiness of SMEs

A report launched by the World Economic Forum co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, outlines how small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can best position themselves to be ‘future-ready’. The report co-authored by Cambridge Judge PhD student Ariel de Fauconberg "highlights…

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