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Looking at 2022

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2022 in areas ranging from climate change to workplace technology to business education. Predictions are by definition an inexact endeavour: few predicted at the start…

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Climate change, discounting, and the tragedy of horizons

by Andreas Charisiadis, Research Assistant, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance This year's UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, has been in the centre of a controversial debate over the extent to which current climate change…

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IEDP: The environment and business post COP26

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty- Dr David Reiner and Professor Jenifer Howard-Grenville- reflect on COP26 conference. “Glasgow has played a valuable role as the first real chance to assess progress since the Paris Agreement,” Dr Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology…

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Final COP26 reflections

David Reiner, Associate Professor in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, says future climate-change investment rather than words will be the test of COP26. There have been many false analogies at work over the last few weeks. We are…

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Sustainable finance and the ‘Space Value of Money’

Armen Papazian, a PhD graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, outlines how a 'Space Value of Money' can help meet global sustainability goals. Dr Armen Papazian Armen Papazian, a PhD graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, is a financial economist…

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Overcoming UN sustainability obstacles

Four key blockages are preventing full implementation of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, Professor Paul Tracey and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School say in the School's inaugural Social Innovation Lecture. Professor Paul Tracey There are four key…

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Financial Times: European business schools join forces to offer free climate training

Cambridge Judge Business School joined seven other Europe’s leading business schools to create an alliance on training and research to tackle climate crisis. Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BS4CL) has launched at COP26 a toolkit of webinars and resources prepared…

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Forbes: How can business schools help to save the planet?

Eight European business schools including Cambridge Judge have joined an alliance Business Schools for Climate Leadership to tackle climate change and address the future of business leadership. In a joint statement the Deans of the eight schools said: “The crises…

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The Economist: Collaborating for climate leadership

Cambridge Judge Business School is among a group of eight European business schools that have joined Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BS4CL) to help business leaders combat the climate crisis facing the planet. “As a first step, BS4CL has mined…

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Poets & Quants: In sweeping report, Europe’s top b-schools urge business to act on climate

“Climate change isn’t a problem for political leaders to solve alone. Business has a responsibility to help, and to lead, as well,” says a new coalition of business schools in a report at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference…

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