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BNN Bloomberg: Global banks are quietly cutting China jobs as big bang fizzles

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi professor of Chinese management at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of the book ‘Mao and Markets.’ Is featured in this article about China jobs at global banks being quietly. China’s financial opening that kicked off three…

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How Xi Jinping imitates Mao, and why it won’t end well

In a series of articles in top-level publications, Professor Christopher Marquis of Cambridge Judge Business School sheds new light on China’s leader as the 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress begins.  In a series of articles written for top-level publications –…

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Harvard Business Review: The Chinese market is more than just its urban centres

Christopher Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about geopolitical uncertainty and multinationals exiting China in record numbers. “Too many multinational companies start by targeting China’s rich urban markets. But as a few, such as chip…

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Variety: How to survive a bear market – Hollywood girds for a content correction (Special Report)

A sharp economic downturn in the US could force Disney, Warner Bros. Discovery and others to make hard choices for betting on growth in overmarkets or shoring up their English-language programming options, says a special report by Variety, titled “How…

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Unlocking philanthropic capital in developing regions

Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at Cambridge Judge Business School announces philanthropic research framework for global growth markets.  A new report by the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at the Cambridge Judge Business School brings together findings from more than 40 philanthropists…

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Cross-country stock market comovement: a macro perspective

by Dr Elisa Faraglia, Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Fellow In the post WW2 period, the cross-country correlations between the stock markets in developed economies were fairly low, implying significant potential benefits from diversification. Beginning in the mid 1990s,…

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The Wall Street Journal: How to invest calmly in a chaotic world

Elroy Dimson, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that in periods of geopolitical turmoil over the past half-century, global stock markets have tended to move in sync. “When things go bad, just about every market turns red at…

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Bloomberg Quint: Tata sons under Chandrasekaran – the journey so far and the road ahead

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about the board of Tata Sons reappointing N Chandrasekaran as its executive chairman for a second five-year term. “As he starts his second term, it is an opportune time…

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Voluminous breakthrough

Foreign exchange volume helps predict the following day's returns, finds study co-authored by Professor Lucio Sarno of Cambridge Judge Business School. Lucio Sarno The daily volume of foreign exchange (FX) trading helps predict returns on currency trading the next day,…

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The rise of the special purpose acquisition company

by Dr Sunwoo Hwang, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance 2020 has been the year of special purpose acquisition companies or SPACs. A SPAC is a blank check shell company designed to take…

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