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The Conversation: UK to perform worst of major economies in 2023, says IMF – here’s how to achieve long-term growth

Michael Kitson, Associate Professor in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, says in an article in The Conversation that three key areas - capital investment, innovation policy and institutional leadership - hold the key to boosting stagnant UK productivity…

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LinkedIn: Big Ideas 2023 – 20 bold predictions for the year ahead

Janet Mui, an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2010), is featured in an article listing 20 big ideas for the year 2023. "Here in the UK, a recession is deemed unavoidable by the Bank of England and the…

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Financial Times: High ambition as business schools launch space programmes

Dr Nikita Chiu, alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School (MPhil in Technology Policy 2016), speaks about an undergraduate module titled "The Economy of Space" that she will be launching early next year. “There’s no other sector more intriguing than space,”…

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How to tackle the UK’s muddled and ineffective policy for growing the innovation economy

The UK needs an Independent Office for Innovation and Industrial Policy similar to the Office for Budget Responsibility, says submission by Cambridge Judge Business School expert at the request of the House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology.…

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The Telegraph: Don’t blame Brexit for our economic woes

Graham Gudgin, Research Associate of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored this article about UK economy. On a range of metrics - from trade to inflation and the financial sector - the downsides of leaving…

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YouTube: Christopher Marquis – Is China Still a Communist Country? – The Realignment Podcast

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, joins The Realignment to discuss the degree to which China's economic success is rooted in communism, the throughline between the leadership of Mao Zedong and Xi Jinping, and…

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BNN Bloomberg: Global banks are quietly cutting China jobs as big bang fizzles

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi professor of Chinese management at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of the book ‘Mao and Markets.’ Is featured in this article about China jobs at global banks being quietly. China’s financial opening that kicked off three…

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Financial Times: Beijing’s pivot from market reforms sparks viral debate on economic agenda

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about China’s wealth. The ‘mechanisms’ of achieving wealth distribution have to be considered carefully to ensure that “the high-end productive and innovative part…

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YouTube (Yahoo Finance): China’s economy won’t be ‘going up anytime soon,’ professor says

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at The University of Cambridge, joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Akiko Fujita to discuss Xi Jinping's address to the Chinese Communist Party Congress, the outlook for Chinese economic growth, and whether the Chinese leader…

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Financial Times: Victims of financial crime suffer psychological shocks

The impact of financial crimes goes well beyond the monetary shock for those affected, according to a new study which calls for a regulatory overhaul and better support for the victims. “Financial fraud is a blight on our economy, on…

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