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Top 15 reads of 2020

The news and insight section of Cambridge Judge Business School's website attracts audiences with eclectic interests ranging from business to healthcare to the arts. In 2020, attention was focused on articles related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Confirming behaviour 13 January…

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Third Sector: Pandemic has uncovered ‘deep sense of dissatisfaction’ with global philanthropy, report finds

Covid-19 exacerbating global North-South disparities says new study by the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at Cambridge Judge Business School. "The shift in the power dynamic that our research revealed is clearly nascent, fragile, and patchy," wrote Dr Kamal Munir, Academic…

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Improving philanthropy

COVID-19 pandemic shows the need to address the North-South power imbalance in global philanthropy, says report by the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. A new report into global philanthropy released today (15 December)…

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Financial Times: Pandemic boost to tech and digital industries worsens gender job divide

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on gender inequality in technology and digital sectors during Covid-19. She said the workers in tech industry “shape goods and services as “algorithms are not neutral and…

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Highly institutionalised myths

Inequality has emerged as one of the grand challenges for societies. It is often explained in terms of the intrinsic dynamics of capitalism or government policy. A new paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School argues that the role of…

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