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The Regulatory Genome Project – a key bridge between research and impact

The Regulatory Genome Project is a unique initiative that underscores the role universities play in knowledge transfer to address crucial issues, says Professor Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School. By Professor Mauro Guillén Professor Mauro Guillén There is…

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Times Higher Education: Local focus for university-business links in UK ‘too narrow’

A report by the National Centre for Universities and Businesses (NCUB) and the Centre for Business Research (CBR) at Cambridge Judge Business School, based on major survey of almost 4,000 firms, finds work with institutions at national and international level…

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Greater business-university collaboration will reap rewards

Interactions between UK businesses and universities are broad based and beneficial, but are being held back by firms' lack of capacity and information to tap this key resource, says a new report co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Valuable interactions…

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Dynamic group decision making of private firms

by Dr Shiqi Chen, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Unlike what is often assumed in the standard corporate finance literature that firms are often governed by a single representative agent on behalf…

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Shareholder collaboration on corporate governance

by Dr Shaoting Pi, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Activist shareholders, who exert a large influence on firms' policies, typically only own small stakes and frequently interact with fellow shareholders of target…

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Towards a new balance of power in philanthropy

COVID-19 is accelerating an already exist trend: the awakening of institutional philanthropy in the global south. The Centre for Strategic Philanthropy’s Executive Director Clare Woodcraft and Academic Director Kamal Munir participated in this discussion exploring our recent research where we…

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Collaboration network expands in Asia Pacific

Agreement between Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance and Asian Development Bank Institute to accelerate tech-enabled innovation and knowledge sharing. A research agreement signed by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), based at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge,…

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The real cost of Trump’s presidency (Opinion piece)

How can the political system, and society as a whole, return to mutual respect and collaboration after such behaviour? By Professor Christoph Loch, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Christoph Loch Now that Donald Trump is on his way out of the White House (assuming further…

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PPE collaboration

Two Cambridge Executive MBA alumni help lead an appeal to raise funds to provide high-grade personal protective equipment. An appeal to raise funds to provide high-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) is being led by two Cambridge Judge Business School Executive…

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Major international collaboration on critical behavioural science theory lead by CJBS affiliates

A new study co-authored Dr Kai Ruggeri and Dr Tomas Folke, from the Centre for Business Research, replicates influential Prospect Theory that describes how people make choices when faced with risky decisions. In recent years, the popularity of behavioural science…

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