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Brexit: time to seize the digital day

For Brexit to succeed, it needs to be citizen-centred. Yet there's a real danger, writes Dr Mark Thompson, University Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, that the opportunity to deliver this will be lost. Imagine if we had electricity but no…

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US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Uncertainty 'exported' to America due to Brexit could spark rise in US unemployment, according to research co-authored by Pembroke Visiting Scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School. Uncertainty "exported" to the United States due to Britain's pending exit from the European…

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US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Digital delivery post-Brexit

Dr Mark Thompson, in speech to the National Digital Conference, calls for new digital efficiencies in Britain as functions are repatriated from the European Union. The UK government has some digital opportunities for greater efficiency and improved service to taxpayers…

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Global Finance: Brexit: One year on

Despite gloomy forecasts, Britain’s expected economic collapse has not materialized, and new research suggests the impact on trade will be mitigated. Ken Coutts, Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research, Cambridge Judge Business School, to re-examine the impact of…

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Brexit and energy

Britain can play the role of an innovative 'California' in addressing European energy policy issues post-Brexit, says Professor Michael Pollitt of Cambridge Judge Business School. Brexit could lead to the UK playing the role of an inventive "California" within Europe…

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Brexit: “We voted for departure but not the destination”

Tim Farron MP visited Cambridge Judge Business School to discuss the impact of Brexit on the business and entrepreneurial community in Britain.   Tim Farron MP, Leader of the UK's Liberal Democrat Party is optimistic that that the outcomes of…

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Cambridge 105: Interview with Tim Farron, MP

Tim Farron, MP, the leader of the UK Liberal Democrat Party (formerly Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment), was at Cambridge Judge Business School earlier this week to talk about the impact of Brexit on business. He spoke to…

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Yahoo Canada: Blown away: Wind affects voting decisions

Higher wind speed makes voters seek safety and the status quo, while low winds glide voters toward change and greater risk, says new study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School. The…

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Blown away: wind affects voting decisions

Higher wind speed makes voters seek safety and the status quo, while low winds glide voters toward change and greater risk, says new study that analysed 100 years of US elections and the Brexit and Scotland votes in Britain. Wind-tossed…

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Bank of England signals price rises as pound in Britons’ pockets gets smaller

by Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics, Cambridge Judge Business School The Bank of England has published its latest Inflation Report alongside forecasts for economic growth and a decision to hold interest rates. The background to those announcements…

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Groceries are going up in price in the UK.

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