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How do activist hedge funds and short sellers interact?

Study co-authored by Pedro Saffi of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Best Paper in Corporate Finance Award at the Society for Financial Studies Asia-Pacific conference. Professor Pedro Saffi A study that examines the interplay between activist hedge funds and short…

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Best Paper in Corporate Finance Award.

How the past is present in today’s China

China’s economic success is based on the continued influence – not in spite of – the principles and institutions of Mao Zedong, says a new book, Mao and Markets, co-authored by Professor Christopher Marquis of Cambridge Judge Business School.  Professor…

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Mao Zedong statue in Renmin Square.

Bloomberg: India’s Covid cases almost double in a week to three month high

COVID-19 tracker co-developed by Paul Kattuman, Professor of Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about India’s daily Covid-19 infection rate almost doubling in a week. Read the full article [bloomberg.com]…

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Four challenges the world economy faces post COVID-19

Former Governor of the Bank of England Lord King discusses his views on challenges facing the world economy following COVID-19 in the latest Pembroke Speaker Series lecture, organised by Pembroke College, Cambridge, and Cambridge Judge Business School. University of Cambridge…

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Four challenges the world economy faces post COVID-19.

Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change

A more holistic approach will be developed to link executive pay to climate-change metrics across the supply chain, says a new study by Dr Robert Ritz of Cambridge Judge Business School. A central challenge in designing executive-pay plans linked to…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change.

LSE: Evidence from Greece – The potential pitfalls of using education as a welfare policy instrument

Christos Genakos, Professor of Economics Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authors this article on policymakers often using education as a welfare policy instrument. Education, with its multifaceted role, is a key social policy instrument that has been used to address inequality…

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Entrepreneurship Q&A

Owner-manager firms are much better because one’s own money is at stake, advertising head Sir Martin Sorrell tells students at an event organised by the King’s Entrepreneurship Lab led by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes and Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge…

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Sir Martin Sorrell.

Phys.org: Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

A new study co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, breaks new ground by looking at environmental impact over five decades on 10 different economic sectors in 48 contiguous U.S. states. "The…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

Climate change, not just hot and dry but also cold and wet weather, negatively impacts 10 economic sectors in 48 US states, finds a new 53-year study led at the University of Cambridge. Most climate-change studies have focused on the…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors.

The Boston Globe: Compared with climate action, Build Back Better is downright cheap

A study on long-term economic effects of climate change co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is covered in the Boston Globe article. "It would make more fiscal sense to invest…

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