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Survival versus aspiration: CEOs and foreign adventure

CEOs who also serve as board chair are more risk-averse in foreign expansion, which has implications for corporate governance, says Dean Mauro Guillén in this blog post. by Professor Mauro F Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Mauro Guillén…

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‘My way’? Not always. Why CEOs are not all cocky and overconfident

New study co-authored by Jenny Chu of Cambridge Judge Business School challenges the popular portrayal of CEOs as overconfident risk-seekers down each and every highway. CEOs (Chief Executive Officers) are frequently caricatured as cocky and narcissistic people who do it…

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Gambling for redemption or ripoff?

by Dr Xinyu Hou, Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance In the early days of Federal Express, the company once was down to $5,000 in its checking account, not able to cover the…

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How can the ‘Space Value of Money’ boost sustainability?

A new book by Dr Armen Papazian, a PhD graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, outlines a new financial modelling framework that integrates sustainability into the very core of finance. Dr Armen Papazian The book entitled The Space Value of…

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Why does disinformation still flourish when fact-checking is available?

An upcoming Cambridge Disinformation Summit and ongoing webinar series looks at the scourge of strategic disinformation, says Professor Alan Jagolinzer of Cambridge Judge Business School. Alan Jagolinzer Accountants have been grappling with disinformation about the financial health of publicly traded…

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Why does disinformation still flourish when fact-checking is available?

Reinsurance News: AXA XL launches Disaster Recovery Hub with Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

AXA XL has launched a new online Disaster Recovery Hub comprised of more than 100 major disaster case studies in partnership with the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School. Oliver Carpenter, Environmental Risk Research Lead at…

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Centre for Risk Studies and BitSight partner on cybersecurity economics

The Centre for Risk Studies and BitSight today announced a new research partnership that will analyse the relationship between organisational cybersecurity investments and risk reduction. The partnership combines security programme investment costs, BitSight's cybersecurity performance data, and the Centre's sophisticated…

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Probability, risk and uncertainty

A century later, work on uncertainty by F.H. Knight and J.M. Keynes remain highly relevant in areas ranging from economics and finance to insurance, law and management, says Jochen Runde, Professor of Economics & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School.…

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Business Weekly: Cambridge climate change pioneer wins £6m investment

Risilience, a Cambridge-based climate change business platform, has raised £6 million Series A investment from international investors. Risilience is a new company that commercialises research from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School. The company’s products include…

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Risk application

Risilience, a new company that commercialises research from the Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, is launched with a £6 million Series A investment. University of Cambridge Judge Business School and a group of international investors today…

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