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Financial Times: Quiet quitting – What managers can do

A study by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Financial Times Business School newsletter. Dealing with a lack of engagement in the workplace is a common problem. Thomas Roulet proposes…

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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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Financial Times: Letter – Biden’s debt write-off plan helps the wrong students

Ryan Taylor, MBA student (2021) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is the author of a letter to the Financial Times regarding Biden’s debt write-off plan. “After graduating, I worked hard and made paying off my student loans my priority. Now…

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Financial Times: The Lex Newsletter – Arm wrestle highlights struggle for UK tech

A report by David Connell, Senior Research Associate of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, is mentioned in this article highlighting the struggle of UK tech. (subs) Read the full article [ft.com]…

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Financial Times: Mergers destroy value. Without reform, nothing will change

Geoff Meeks, Emeritus Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, and J Gay Meeks, Senior Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Centre of Development Studies, write about mergers and acquisitions. It’s an often-quoted statistic that roughly 70…

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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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Financial Times: Business leaders feel pressure to keep their skills up to date

Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth, Vice-Dean for Faculty and Co-Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on executives going back to the classroom, as they try to keep up…

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Financial Times: Bitcoin miners stung as fallout from price collapse widens

Share prices of companies that validate crypto transactions have tumbled over the past month. “Currently, it’s not fun to be in the mining business,” said Alexander Neumueller, CCAF Research Affiliate, Digital Assets, at Cambridge Judge Business School. (subs) Read the…

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Financial Times: Climate change climbs the business school curriculum

BS4CL, a new European business school coalition launched ahead of last year’s COP26 climate summit in Glasgow and including Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about environmental topics moving from fringe to mainstream. (subs) Read the full…

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Cambridge MBA student’s letter on cleaner energy opportunity published in Financial Times

Discussion and debate in Cambridge MBA Macroeconomics course results in an MBA student’s letter to the Financial Times on the renewable energy opportunity posed by 40-year high inflation.  Along with many other top media outlets, the Financial Times is very…

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