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Business Weekly: Learn from China re profitable digital innovation

An article on China’s digital innovation co-authored by Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in Business Weekly. The article says Western countries should “now copy Chinese firms in adopting digital innovation that generates…

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Turning the tables

Western companies should now copy China for digital innovation, says a journal article co-authored by Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Peter Williamson Chinese companies have long been accused by Western rivals of stealing intellectual property, but…

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‘Avalanche’ of innovation

Higher education faces shakeup over the next 20 years due to technological, demographic and social shifts, Dean Christoph Loch of Cambridge Judge says in the latest China Report from the China Advisory Council of Cambridge Judge. Professor Christoph Loch There…

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Has the US ‘lost’ China a second time?

The shift of US attitudes on China owes as much to American disappointments as it does to changes in China's behaviour, says Simon Taylor, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice (Finance) at Cambridge Judge Business School. By Dr Simon Taylor…

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Forbes: Women will come to the fore in the feeling economy

A study on gender diversity on executive teams co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School quoted in Forbes article. The study says “men and women working together on top management…

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The Independent: Bitcoin mining to be banned in coal-heavy region of China

Further coverage of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, on the large energy consumption used in the creation of Bitcoin. “Inner Mongolia is China’s top energy-consuming province and accounts for more than 8% of…

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Forbes: The complexities of applying for jobs when you’re a woman

A study on gender diversity in top management teams co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School’s PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni featured in Forbes article. The study says men and women working together on top management…

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Predicting energy use

In the UK and many other countries, energy use in buildings is the single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, so a study co-authored by Dr David Reiner of Cambridge Judge develops a new model to forecast residential building stock.…

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Barron’s: Most Bitcoin is made in China. Competitors are chipping away

Michel Rauchs, Research Assistant at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative, comments on Bitcoin mining in China. He says that cheap electricity is not the only metric any more as investors “are also weighing regulatory risk and management quality.” Michel adds:…

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Thirty years on

Wang Boming, an architect of the 1990 creation of the stock exchanges in China, talks with the Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School about how the exchanges have contributed to a transformation of the Chinese economy over the past three…

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