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CNBC: Bitcoin production roars back in China despite Beijing’s ban on crypto mining

New research from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School shows that Chinese bitcoin mining activity has quickly rebounded, the article says. By September 2021, China made up just over 22% of the total bitcoin mining…

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New platform for interactive fintech data and visualisations

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance's CCAF.io platform hosts suite of fintech digital tools to inform evidence-based decision-making for firms, investors, regulators and policymakers globally. The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge…

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Executive Courses: Executive education courses in data analytics

Dr Nektarios Oraiopoulos, University Lecturer in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the article. “Businesses and their leaders can use data to understand better, in an un-biased way, how they can create value for their customers,”…

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Bloomberg: Talk of de-globalisation is fashionable but wrong

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, says global supply chains are more flexible than domestic ones. Predictions that companies would relocalise supply chains and near-shore production were quite fashionable when COVID-19 (coronavirus) swept the…

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Deglobalisation myths

Pandemic-prodded predictions of relocalising supply chains and reshoring production 'grossly exaggerate' what will actually happen in practice, writes Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Peter Williamson Predictions that companies would relocalise supply chains and near-shore production were quite…

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AI and COVID-19

Five important challenges in dealing with the coronavirus crisis can be addressed through machine learning and artificial intelligence, says article co-authored by Professor Stefan Scholtes of Cambridge Judge. Professor Stefan Scholtes Five of the most important challenges in responding to…

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Machine learning challenges in finance

by Dr Mehrshad Motahari, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Dr Mehrshad Motahari Machine learning (ML) is the most important branch of artificial intelligence (AI), providing tools with wide-ranging applications in finance. My…

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Counting issues

Coronavirus deaths and swelling public sector debt share a data-quality problem, writes Dr Marion Boisseau-Sierra, University Lecturer in Accounting at Cambridge Judge. Dr Marion Boisseau-Sierra Watching scientists, politicians and journalists struggle to compare national death rates from the coronavirus pandemic,…

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Venturing forth: mine&make

Automotive engineer Gauthier Boisdequin turned to entrepreneurship after studying for his Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge: mine&make seeks new applications and new technologies for everyday mechanical products through cutting-edge data analytics. J. Wizemann is a German company that makes a…

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The Conversation: Coronavirus deaths and swelling public sector debt share a data-quality problem

Marion Boisseau-Sierra, University Lecturer in Accounting, Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses why is it difficult to have accurate public health data when reporting coronavirus death rates in different countries and what could be done about it. “Once the pandemic gives…

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