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Business Recorder: IMF’s conditionalities

Structural conditions imposed on developing countries by the International Monetary Fund undermine their “state capacity” for economic development, finds a study co-authored by Dr Bernhard Reinsberg, Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research, Cambridge Judge Business School. "Much previous…

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The IMF and ‘conditionality’

Structural conditions imposed on developing countries by the International Monetary Fund undermine their 'state capacity' for economic development, finds study led at Cambridge Judge Business School. Structural conditions imposed on developing countries by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reduce their…

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Research Horizons: How to tend an economic bonfire

University of Cambridge academics are sharing their insights and research to support the sustainable growth of the Greater Cambridge area. Dr Andy Cosh, Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, has created the Cambridge Cluster…

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Research Fortnight: Foreign-born academics boost impact at home and abroad

A study co-authored by Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge, says that foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society. A survey of more than…

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‘Citizens of Somewhere’

Foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society, says a new study of 14,000 academics co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. British Prime Minister Theresa May famously said that some…

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Phys.org: The contribution of international academics to UK must be recognised

Foreign-born academics in Britain are actively engaged in both the UK and internationally, contributing greatly to UK society, says study co-authored by Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge. The study of more than 14,000 UK…

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Board Agenda: Could Japan’s governance be improving?

Japan introduced a corporate governance code in 2015, but critics say more needs to be done. Dr John Buchanan, Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research, Cambridge Judge Business School, says although implementation of corporate governance at larger corporations…

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Financial Times: EU proposes to dominate North Ireland’s economy

Dr Graham Gudgin, Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes a letter to the Financial Times about the impact the EU Draft Withdrawal Agreement will have on Northern Ireland. Read the full article…

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The Guardian: ‘Territorial injustice’ may rise in England due to council cuts – study

Research shows post-industrial cities in north of England are being hit hardest by austerity. Disproportionately harsh spending cuts to local public services in England’s poorest areas are likely to intensify perceived “territorial injustice” between deprived and wealthy parts of the…

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Daily Mail: Austerity cuts hit councils in England TWICE as hard as in Wales and Scotland, Cambridge University study finds

Austerity cuts hit councils in England twice as hard as those in Scotland or Wales, a study has found. The average reduction in spending on services was almost 24 per cent in England compared to just 12 per cent in…

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