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Dr Christos Genakos is appointed to the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy by the EU competition commissioner. Dr Christos Genakos, University Senior Lecturer in Economics and Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been appointed a member of the…

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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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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.

Cambridge Judge Fellow and Entrepreneurship Centre venture cited in Brexit article

A Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge and a venture now being supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the School's Entrepreneurship Centre were featured in a New York Times article about how science and research may be affected by…

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Evening Standard: Workers will be worse off if we opt for Brexit

The labour point is made forcefully by Simon Deakin, director of the Centre for Business Research at the Judge Business School in Cambridge, in a blog published yesterday on the Social Europe website — which, incidentally, also voices seldom-expressed concerns…

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Social Europe: Brexit, labour rights and migration: what’s really at stake

The final days of the UK referendum debate look set to be dominated by social policy, centred on the question of migration, but not confined to that. The overriding issue is now economic insecurity and the dangerous political dynamic it…

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Changing European carbon markets … in one weekend

Much has been written about the challenges in Europe's carbon markets but Faisal Sultan, a Cambridge MBA, decided to tackle one oft-overlooked aspect, the poor functionality that hinders buyers and sellers of carbon credits. Over one weekend, Faisal and two…

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Cambridge climate change adviser argues the EU Emission Trading System is working as designed

A recognised climate change expert and government adviser has defended the European Union's Emission Trading System (EU ETS) and says it is working as originally planned. The European Parliament has approved a plan to delay the sale of emission allowances…

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Cambridge climate change adviser argues the EU Emission Trading System is working as designed

A recognised climate change expert and government adviser has defended the European Union's Emission Trading System (EU ETS) and says it is working as originally planned. The European Parliament has approved a plan to delay the sale of emission allowances…

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