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Top 10 reads of 2018

We have long known that the News & Insight section of the Cambridge Judge Business School website attracts an audience with eclectic interests and tastes, a reflection of the many different aspects of business explored at the Business School and…

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Bringing solar power to India

CEO of Orb Energy, Damian Miller talks about his mission to bring clean solar energy to developing countries. Join podcast series host Conrad Chua, Executive Director of the Cambridge MBA as we bring you a series of interviews with students,…

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Solar power plant - aerial view

Code breakers

Islamic banks face new competition such as the introduction of risky derivatives into their markets. An 'identity buffer' makes them more likely to diverge from traditional Islamic codes, says a study by Cambridge Judge academics Maima Aulia Syakhroza, Lionel Paolella…

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a key Islamic finance centre

Egyptian social enterprise

Egypt's new law restricting non-governmental organisations has created an opportunity for social enterprises to fill the void, says Isabel Brüggemann, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The historic Karnak Temple in the Egyptian city of Luxor is one of…

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the Temple of Karnak, in Luxor, Egypt, which will soon be accessible through a series of wheelchair-friendly walkways

Politics Home: Purpose vs Profit: Are they compatible in 21st century business?

A report co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School explores why businesses are now more focused on purpose rather than pure profit. The report co-authored by Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Charles Ebert, PhD candidate…

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Cambridge Alumni Magazine: On boredom

An article on boredom features a research paper by Marlen de la Chaux, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School. During a fieldwork trip in Kenya, Marlen noticed that life in refugee camps imposes “immense boredom” and people are…

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Asia Times: High tech, creatively applied, offers dignity to refugees

An article co-authored by Corinna Frey, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how technical innovations could improve lives of people in refugee camps. “Applied responsibly, technology can give humanitarian ethical ideals new life. In the process, it…

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Tech can improve lives in refugee camps

An article co-authored by Corinna Frey, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how technical innovations could improve lives of people in refugee camps. Co-authored by: Corinna Frey, PhD Candidate, Cambridge Judge Business School; Marian Gatzweiler, Early Career…

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Syrian refugee camp in Atmeh, Syria

The Conversation: How tech can bring dignity to refugees in humanitarian crises

An article co-authored by Corinna Frey, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how technical innovations could improve lives of people in refugee camps. “Applied responsibly, technology can give humanitarian ethical ideals new life. In the process, it…

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Poets and Quants: 2018 best 40 under 40 professors

Stefano Tasselli, Assistant Professor at Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management was named in the best 40 under 40 professors by Poets & Quants. In this interview Stefano talks about his academic career, motivation, and why he enjoys working with…

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