Management Practice Professor of Financial Economics & Policy
Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA Programme
Director of the Circular Economy Centre (CEC)
Fellow of Clare Hall
PhD (University of Nottingham)
My research interests include circular economy, sustainable economic growth, innovation, corporate finance, financial and managerial strategy, entrepreneurial finance, the economics and finance of small-medium sized enterprises, and financial economics. I was previously an investment banker, and my academic work has been included in policy reports by the EU and the Institute of Directors.
I’m a member of the Economics and Policy subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, which analyses how economics can improve growth and business performance.
News and insights
Five members of the Cambridge Judge faculty are awarded teaching prizes for excellence across the Business School’s various programmes.
Professor Khaled Soufani, Director of the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the importance of supply chains and reusing waste at a conference addressed by the King of Spain Felipe VI.
There are four business models that firms can use to take advantage of circular economy principles, Khal Soufani of Cambridge Judge tells the Swedish Parliament.
Executive Courses | 22 November 2021
Executive programs that focus on sustainability and responsible business are getting more and more popular writes Seb Murray in Executive Courses.
Christie Marr, currently studying Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, is among Poets & Qaunts’ 2021 Best and Brightest EMBAs. Christie talks about her family, career and gives advice to prospect EMBA students.
John Lee, currently studying Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Poets & Quants’ Best and Brightest EMBAs list. John talks about his current role, favourite Business School professor and the biggest lesson he gained during the studies: “‘Connection’ and ‘empathy’ is everything. As individuals and as a cohort, we faced so many challenges and adversities during the pandemic. Many of us were affected in different ways, personally and professionally. But what makes a great leader is the ability to find meaning in what we do and how we do it. And this can be achieved through the connections with those around us.”
Harvard Business Review, 15 June 2021
Circular supply chains are more sustainable. Why are they so rare?
CamFM, 12 June 2020
Cambridge Zero Climate Talks
Cambridge Independent, 28 February 2020
From Hollywood ‘logic’ to ‘highly institutionalised myths’ of the workplace
Financial Times, 24 February 2020
Excessive academic focus limits business schools’ contribution to society
Green Biz, 14 February 2020
Rethinking the ‘P’ word
Cordis, 10 January 2020
Where the circular economy and the Internet of Things meet
East Anglia in Business, 26 July 2019
Building a circular economy