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Harvard Law School Forum: Ownership dispersion and the London Stock Exchange’s “Two-thirds rule”

In contrast to most other countries, in both Britain and the United States, a hallmark of corporate governance is a separation of ownership and control in major business enterprises... The following post comes to us from Dr David Chambers of…

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Financial Times: Keynes, the hedge fund pioneer

The macroeconomics of John Maynard Keynes continue to dominate the global economic policy debate to this very day...  A fascinating recent paper by academics Dr David Chambers, from Cambridge Judge Business School, and Elroy Dimson examines his record, using data…

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The Financial Times: Investment – Norway’s nest egg

Oslo's oil fund is seen as a paragon of responsible use of energy income but debate rages about its strategy... Dr David Chambers from Cambridge Judge Business School, Elroy Dimson and Antti Ilmanen - two academics and a fund manager…

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From top to bottom

A new analysis reveals Keynes extraordinary returns hinged on a radical switch he made from being a 'top down' macro manager to a 'bottom up' stock picker Idiosyncratic portfolios and an unconventional approach are two of the findings in the…

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2012 video chambers from top to bottom

From top to bottom

john myA new analysis reveals Keynes extraordinary returns hinged on a radical switch he made from being a 'top down' macro manager to a 'bottom up' stock picker Idiosyncratic portfolios and an unconventional approach are two of the findings in…

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2012 podcast chambers topl bottom

Endowment asset management

Academics, investment professionals, philanthropists, directors of not-for-profit organisations and the charity sector are an under-serviced segment of the market which the School's unique week-long Endowment Asset Management programme will seek to attract as it expands its international direction. The programme's…

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Lessons from history

Could the current financial crisis have been predicted from historians knowledge of past down turns and depressions globally? Dr David Chambers, University Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the School's Master of Finance programme, thinks so. An analysis of…

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2009 podcast chambers lessons from history

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