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New ways of philanthropic giving: blended finance and the SDGs

New ways of philanthropic giving: blended finance and the SDGs

by Dr Juvaria Jafri, Research Associate, and Di Kennedy, Centre Manager, at the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy Blended finance is an approach to global development co-operation that recognises that private capital has a pivotal role to play in meeting the…

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Microchip shortage a popular read

Article by Cambridge Judge lecturer and MBA alumnus Hamza Mudassir (MBA 2012) on how the world ran out of semiconductors was third most-read University of Cambridge article in The Conversation in 2021. An article on “How the world ran out…

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Forbes: Responsible and resilient – Intrepid Travel shows doing good is also good for business

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the tourism industry. “James Thornton CEO of Intrepid Travel, the world’s largest B Corp certified travel company, shared with me…

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Post pandemic change for ballet companies

Pandemic offers a unique opportunity for ballet companies to innovate, says paper by Megan Jones, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge. Megan Jones Cultural and creative sectors were some of the worst affected by the pandemic, and of those,…

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Scratching the surface

Meal kit company Gousto, founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus, reaches 'unicorn' $1bn valuation and says the boom in online food will continue after the pandemic. Timo Boldt Founded by Timo Boldt, an alumus of the Executive MBA programme…

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The Indian Express: No reason to believe any state will escape Omicron wave – Cambridge professor who worked on India Covid-19 tracker

Professor Paul Kattuman, economist and applied econometrician at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Omicron wave in India: “Patterns in the data suggest cases are now increasing super-exponentially and the brunt of the current wave fuelled by Omicron will fall…

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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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The catalyst for a successful internship programme

The importance of internship programmes has certainly never been higher. The global pandemic has altered the employment landscape immeasurably both from the perspective of employers and candidates. by Sara Coupe, Internship Programme Manager & HR Lead, Cambridge Centre for Alternative…

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Find MBA: Class of 2021 cement the power of MBAs to transform careers

Margaret O’Neill, Head of Careers at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on MBA careers during Covid-19 pandemic: “A number of students deferred their studies to see how the pandemic played out, and then gave up secure roles to take up…

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The Times of India: Despite vaccination coverage, Himachal Pradesh tops Covid spread in rural areas

Further press coverage for Covid-19 tracker system for India co-authored by Paul Kattuman, Professor of Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, in The Times of India. “Witnessing a steep rise in cases, Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh are projected to attain…

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