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SME Times: ‘Social media platforms, tech have led to rise of disruptive leaders’

“Ubiquitous technology and social media platforms have led to the rise of "disruptive" leaders like Arvind Kejriwal, Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron as they have been able to "speak directly to their citizens", who get the "illusion that they are…

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Cambridge Independent: Professor Jaideep Prabhu discusses his new book

A new book Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, explores the role of government in a world transformed by technology and shocked by the coronavirus pandemic. The book entitled How Should a Government Be? – outlines…

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Financial Times: Good news from governments

A review of the new book by Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School. The book titled How Should a Government Be? – outlines the state’s role in the 21st Century. “There is plenty of material for…

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For the people

New book by Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School - How Should a Government Be? - outlines the state's role in the 21st Century. A new book by Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School explores the…

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Leadership lessons in Lebanon

Dr Nasser Saidi says Lebanon needs reform and good government to turn the troubled country around. Dr Nasser Saidi, Founder and President of Nasser Saidi & Associates, believes that the Lebanese people have the skill and desire to turn their…

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A smoother transition

Ten considerations to engage people and communities in the transition phase from government measures to combat COVID-19 from Professor Sunita Sah. An article entitled, "Ten considerations for effectively managing the COVID-19 transition" in the journal Nature Human Behaviour co-authored by…

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Corporate wrongdoing

Management research can prove relevance by studying corporate corruption during economic downturn, says new study co-authored by Professor Shaz Ansari. Economic downturns often expose wrongdoing, so the coronavirus era presents a ripe opportunity for management research to prove its relevance…

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Double whammy

Health crisis from pandemic worsens economic issues in Middle East and Northern Africa, says Dr Kamiar Mohaddes. Dr Kamiar Mohaddes The health crisis from the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic exacerbates economic problems in the Middle East and North Africa caused by…

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Voluntary exposure

An alternative idea to social distancing from policy modeller Dr Chris Hope. A new working paper by Dr Chris Hope, Emeritus Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, suggests an alternative that could be offered to social distancing…

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Windrush review

Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, Advisory Board member and former Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, advised government review into the Windrush scandal. Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, a member of the Advisory Board and former Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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