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How to bridge the gap between government and private sector

A new Brokering Trust to Accelerate Innovation framework developed at Cambridge Judge Business School helps launch development projects through an honest broker. A new Brokering Trust to Accelerate Innovation framework, developed at Cambridge Judge Business School to promote projects in low-…

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Government effect on media: how banks got better coverage during the financial crisis

Financial crisis media coverage of big banks was less critical when those banks received bailouts, as the press saw this as a sign of social acceptability, says study from Cambridge Judge Business School. The influence of the media’s watchdog role…

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The Economic Times India: Governments need private sector strategies like an ‘outside-in’ approach to meet challenges like climate change: Jaideep Prabhu

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the key insights that private enterprise can offer governments today. “Through the pandemic, people worldwide relied on private sector efficiency to deliver vital services. They now expect similar…

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El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy at Cambridge Judge welcomes Harvard Professor for launch event

The El-Erian Institute of Behavioural Economics and Policy, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, welcomed Professor Cass Sunstein of Harvard University as featured speaker at its launch event on 8 June. Professor Sunstein, who spoke on 'Welfare Now', encompassing such…

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Research impact

Research & Development study by David Connell of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School is cited by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak in a high-profile lecture. A study on lagging Research & Development (R&D)…

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Looking at 2022

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty offer their insights and opinions on what to expect in 2022 in areas ranging from climate change to workplace technology to business education. Predictions are by definition an inexact endeavour: few predicted at the start…

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Very unwise

Ending all COVID-19 restrictions is a reckless decision by the UK government at this critical time, says Professor Christoph Loch. By Christoph Loch The track record of decisions of the UK government in the COVID-19 context has resulted in the…

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Project Syndicate: The state’s new balancing act

Jaideep Prabhu, professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the role of new digital technologies to state's government based on his new book “How Should a Government Be?” “Today, new digital technologies and organisational structures can enable the…

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Financial Times: UK tax break failing to deliver extra R&D spending, study finds

A report on the UK’s research and development tax credit scheme by David Connell, Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, covered in Financial Times. The UK government’s flagship £7.3 billion-a-year tax credit scheme for…

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Prospect Magazine: Jeremy Heywood and the flawed brilliance of a Whitehall master

A review of the new book How Should a Government Be? by Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School. In the book Professor Prabhu “points to the virtues of combining the skills of the state and the…

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