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Carbon Capture Journal: UK study finds CCS struggling to be heard

The UK Government has ring-fenced £1 billion of public funds for capital construction of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstration projects and will be committing many millions more within the next year to support operating costs. Yet, despite CCS featuring…

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London Evening Standard: Anthony Hilton: Big bonuses are really no incentive

The newspaper investigates how big bonuses impact executives' performance. The research by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at CJBS, and his colleagues at the Universities of Utah and Purdue, is featured in the heart of the…

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António Horta-Osório, Group Chief Executive of Lloyds Banking Group

He's behind the turnaround in fortunes for Lloyds Banking Group, now partly owned by UK taxpayers, but what does Group Chief Executive António Horta-Osório really think went wrong? Here he tells us in his own words. Banks in the past…

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Banks must go back to their roots, Lloyds CE tells Executive MBAs

Lead by example and look after the customer were the top themes when Lloyds Group Chief Executive António Horta-Osório took questions from a group of Executive MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School (5 February 2014). The audience of EMBAs…

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Shale gas: make polluters pay for the social cost of fracking

Article from The Conversation (theconversation.com) on 21 January 2014. The text reprinted here: by Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling, Cambridge Judge Business School While the prime minister has shown unequivocal support for exploiting Britain’s shale gas reserves, stating the…

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Changing European carbon markets … in one weekend

Much has been written about the challenges in Europe's carbon markets but Faisal Sultan, a Cambridge MBA, decided to tackle one oft-overlooked aspect, the poor functionality that hinders buyers and sellers of carbon credits. Over one weekend, Faisal and two…

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How much will climate policy impact the oil sand industry?

Dr Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, and School alumna Dr Aurélie Méjean, Research Fellow at CIRED (Centre International de Recherche sur l’Environnement et le Développement) in France, have been working together on research published…

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Cambridge climate change adviser argues the EU Emission Trading System is working as designed

A recognised climate change expert and government adviser has defended the European Union's Emission Trading System (EU ETS) and says it is working as originally planned. The European Parliament has approved a plan to delay the sale of emission allowances…

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Bonus cap for euro bankers is a step forward

The European Union's move to cap bonuses at the region's largest financial institutions has been hailed as a step in the right direction but does not go far enough. Financial sector observer Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance…

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Cambridge News: What bankers can learn from The Hobbit

Greedy as it was, King Thrór’s hoarding of gold in The Hobbit was also “sound central banking practice” ... Mr Taylor, a finance lecturer at Cambridge Judge Business School, who has studied Morton and George’s work, has been telling students…

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