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Inequality (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Since the early 1980s there has been widening income and wealth inequality in many industrialised countries. Why has this happened? Is it a problem? And if it is, what should we do about it? In this episode, joining podcast series…

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Financial Times: A winning commute: Start-up stories podcast

Simon Stockley, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on gender and entrepreneurship: “There are quite a lot of academic studies looking at gender biases in business environments. One of the studies in the US found…

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Fair or care?

Research paper co-authored by Shaz Ansari of Cambridge Judge looks at feminist "ethics of care" issues in examining the standardisation of ethical practices. As part of a series of research papers on the pricing policies of Fairtrade International, Shaz Ansari,…

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Women in boardrooms

Empowering all women in society helps women reach and stay on corporate boards, says study headed by Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School. Increasing the economic power of women throughout society is a key factor in women reaching and…

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Womenomics

Poets & Quants: The EMBA gender gap widens

The research, commissioned by the University of Cambridge Judge Business School reveals that women are less likely to apply for EMBAs for a range of reasons from financial to personal and academic. Simon Learmount, Director of MBA and EMBA Programmes…

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Call to action to shatter the glass ceiling

The School has signed up to a manifesto on the role of European business schools to reach equality in Europe's boardrooms European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding furthered her initiative to obtain more gender balance in European boardrooms by joining together…

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Glass shattering

Gender diversity in the boardroom

Can the target set by Lord Davies to drive up the recruitment of female board members by 2015 be achieved? The campaign to recruit more women to the boards of Britain's leading companies is welcome but may have to be…

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