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Honours for refugee paper

Article on refugee camp organisation co-authored by Dr Marlen de la Chaux and Dr Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Best Paper Award from the journal Academy of Management Discoveries. Dr Helen Haugh An article on "parallel" organisational…

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Handy inclusion

Newly published Handbook of Inclusive Innovation is co-edited by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge and includes several contributions from the School. Professor Paul Tracey A newly published book on inclusive innovation, co-edited by Paul Tracey, Professor of Innovation &…

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“Doing” management the Cambridge way

The Cambridge MBA can claim a unique approach to teaching the "doing" of management with its Management Praxis course. Faculty and candidates explain why. Dr Matthew Jones Cambridge places a unique value on Management Praxis (MP) on the MBA programme.…

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Re-imagining church buildings

The Diocese of Ely and Cambridge Judge Business School, with the support of Allchurches Trust and Historic England, launch a three-year project to help communities make fuller use of their historic churches. Last week the Diocese of Ely and Cambridge…

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‘Emancipatory’ social entrepreneurship

In addition to generating money, entrepreneurial activity by women in the developing world can build confidence and change broader societal attitudes, says Dr Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge Business School. Entrepreneurial activity can provide a greater sense of freedom to…

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Allocating social enterprise resources

Paper co-authored by Dr Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Best Social Entrepreneurship Award at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management. A paper on how social entrepreneurs can best allocate resources, co-authored by Helen Haugh, Senior…

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World Economic Forum: How can we address the problem of boredom in refugee camps?

Media attention on refugees is focused on chaotic scenes in Hungary and elsewhere in Europe right now, but it is worth reminding people that most of the world’s refugees in fact live in camps in sub-Saharan Africa or the Middle…

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The Conversation: Rethinking refugee camps: turning boredom into innovation

Media attention on refugees is focused on chaotic scenes in Hungary and elsewhere in Europe right now, but it is worth reminding people that most of the world’s refugees in fact live in camps in sub-Saharan Africa or the Middle…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge wants refugee camps to be hotbeds for entrepreneurs

Refugee camps could be transformed into hotbeds of entrepreneurship according to new research from Cambridge University’s Judge Business School. An enlightened strategy could pump seed funding into camps and create jobs by encouraging business enterprise, Cambridge Judge argues. Dr Helen…

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Business Matters Magazine: Cambridge Judge Business School calls for refugee-camp entrepreneurship

At a time of global focus on refugee issues due to the war in Syria and other displacement, new research from Cambridge Judge calls for policymakers to foster entrepreneurship at such camps to help fill an “institutional void” that leads…

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