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Model behaviour

In a debate with Cambridge Judge Business School’s Michael Kitson, Dr William H. Janeway, the famed American venture capitalist and economist, argues …

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From top to bottom

A new analysis reveals Keynes extraordinary returns hinged on a radical switch he made from being a ‘top down’ macro manager to …

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From top to bottom

john myA new analysis reveals Keynes extraordinary returns hinged on a radical switch he made from being a ‘top down’ macro manager …

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Do the maths

The current climate is a good time to learn about finance explains Professor Raghavendra Rau Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive Education courses …

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Do the maths

The current climate is a good time to learn about finance explains Professor Raghavendra Rau. Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive Education courses …

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CEOs are overpaid

Overconfident, highly incentivised chief executives fall short of shareholder expectations, a new study reveals Research by Cambridge Judge Business School has found …

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Endowment asset management

Academics, investment professionals, philanthropists, directors of not-for-profit organisations and the charity sector are an under-serviced segment of the market which the School’s …

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It’s not fair!

America’s regulators now rely on ‘fair value’ with additional historical cost to be disclosed for financial assets. Europe’s regulators view measurement at …

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Lessons from history

Could the current financial crisis have been predicted from historians knowledge of past down turns and depressions globally? Dr David Chambers, University …

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