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How the pandemic affected anti-social behaviour

Those more intensely exposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus) became more anti-social, likely due to mental health deterioration, finds study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School based on the pandemic’s outbreak in China. People who were more intensely exposed to coronavirus became…

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COVID-19 can have a significant impact on mental health, according to a recent study.

Cambridge Judge honourees in prestigious University of Cambridge awards

Stefan Scholtes of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Collaboration Award in the Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Research Impact and Engagement for work on the COVID pandemic. Khaled Soufani of Cambridge Judge is runner-up in Established Academic Award for work in…

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St John's College, Cambridge.

Financial Times China: How MBA students responded to the pandemic year

Hanna-Lil Malone (MBA 2021), a former account director at PR firm Lansons, was in quarantine in Dublin with her parents. Tired of working through Zoom all day, she was looking forward to the start of her MBA program at Cambridge…

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What are the fintech challenges for Asia?

A new book from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Asian Development Bank Institute and Asian Development Bank looks at how the pandemic accelerated digital technology in finance.  The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at the University of Cambridge Judge…

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Woman uses advanced financial technology.

Heart surgery delays will cost lives, warns research

Study co-authored by Professors Feryal Erhun and Houyuan Jiang of Cambridge Judge Business School finds that the pandemic has delayed lifesaving treatment for thousands of people with severe aortic stenosis. Urgent action is needed to clear the backlog of people…

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Group of surgeons doing surgery in hospital operating theatre.

The Economist: The case of managerial decency

Management entails some unpleasant conversations, none worse than telling employees that they have lost their jobs. A new study co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how chief executives responded to…

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FT Specialist’s Agenda by the Financial Times: The future of hybrid working – directors must focus on culture

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo professor of organisation studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the future of hybrid working. It is important for boards to remember that the world is still emerging from a transformational period, she says. Companies should…

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Cambridge Independent: Life sciences and IT drove Cambridge growth in pandemic’s first year

New data covering the first full year of the pandemic (April 2020 to March 2021) identifies the life sciences and IT sectors as driving growth in the region. The analysis from the Centre for Business Research (CBR) at Cambridge Judge…

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The Indian Express: No reason to believe any state will escape Omicron wave – Cambridge professor who worked on India Covid-19 tracker

Professor Paul Kattuman, economist and applied econometrician at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Omicron wave in India: “Patterns in the data suggest cases are now increasing super-exponentially and the brunt of the current wave fuelled by Omicron will fall…

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Forbes: Is work from anywhere here to stay?

Dr Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor of Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Adi Gaskell’s article on working from home for prolonged periods of time: "[The pandemic] has opened our eyes to the existence of this hidden pool of…

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