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American exceptionalism

The outperformance of US equity markets in the last century has continued in the 21st century, says a new study co-authored by Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Elroy Dimson The 20th century has widely been dubbed "The…

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The New York Stock Exchange on Wall St, overlaid with the American flag.

Social mission

Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel Prize for pioneering microcredit in Bangladesh, tells the CJBS Perspectives video series on leadership about how he was inspired to provide financial services to the excluded. Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won the Nobel…

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Close up of female hand counting money.

Janet Mui: making sense of economic development and facing the future

As we launch the 2021 Wo+Men's Leadership Centre Annual Conference, we caught up with Cambridge MBA alumna Janet Mui, who is a speaker on the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion panel at this year's conference. Janet graduated from Cambridge Judge in…

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Janet Mui, MBA class of 2010.

Career pivots and personal growth – for our recent Cambridge MBA graduates

As the latest MBA Employment Report from Cambridge Judge Business School is published, showing how students re-entered the workplace after their MBA (and during a global pandemic!), we meet a few and find out how their MBA year has led…

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MBA alumna talks about re-entering employment after her MBA year.

Want to be an investment banker?

Cambridge MBA career pathways explored. We meet a Cambridge MBA alumna working in this sector and ask how her MBA education skills led her into a career in investment banking. We also hear from industry experts about what is involved…

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Woman tracking investments on a laptop, making notes on her notepad.

Opposing views

The likelihood of activist hedge funds targeting and making money is higher when large short sellers also target the same company, finds a new study co-authored by Dr Pedro Saffi of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Pedro Saffi Activist hedge…

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Investors’ Chronicle: Trapped by our past

According to a study co-authored by Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, fund managers “who as children had seen their parents divorce or one of them die took less risk with their…

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Defining, detecting and measuring asset price bubbles

by Charlie Woodman, Research Assistant, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance One of the most frequently asked questions in the financial news media this year has been whether the stock market is in a 'bubble'?…

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Bubble in the finance world.

Kestrl – the Islamic fintech putting ethics and faith at the forefront of personal finance innovation in the UK

We meet the two start up entrepreneurs, Areeb Siddiqui (MBA 2018) and Daeng Termizi (MBA 2018) who pivoted their MBA towards innovation in the UK fintech sector. Kestrl's ambition is to become the UK's leading money manager by making it…

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Areeb Siddiqui standing outside a London office.

Forbes: Properly done financial audits are a powerful tool for addressing climate change

“The reason companies invest in climate-destroying assets is because they look profitable," comments Cambridge Judge Business School's Visiting Fellow David Pitt-Watson, in the Forbes article discussing financial auditing as a tool for addressing climate change. Read the full article [forbes.com]…

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