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China and the new world order

Michael Kitson reflects on Trump taking centre-stage at the 2018 G20 summit and how China will dominate the new world order. By Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School Tensions loomed over Argentina, which…

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The New York Times: China’s strong economic growth figures belie signs of weakness

A study co-authored by Prof Peter Williamson and Executive Education alumnus Simon Hoenderop (ALP 2015), is featured in the article. The study focuses on revenue and gross margin at 150 large companies listed on major Chinese stock exchanges. These more…

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Chinese economic growth

A new study co-authored by Professor Peter Williamson and Simon Hoenderop of Cambridge Judge calls for an alternative 'bottom-up' index to measure China's economic growth. China's official statistics on growth in gross domestic product (GDP) – 6.9 per cent in…

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Cambridge News: Big names form commission to study Cambridgeshire economy

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review (CPIER) has been commissioned to review the economy in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Economist Dame Kate Barker, Chair of the CBR Advisory Board and a former top Government housing adviser, will chair the commission. Professor…

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Brexit uncertainty

The economic impact of Britain’s exit from the European Union is fuzzy because economic modelling can’t accurately predict unique events, Michael Kitson of Cambridge Judge tells an audience at St Catharine’s College. The future economic impact of Britain’s decision to…

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Business Economics

Top EU competition economist kicks off new seminar series organised by the Economics & Policy faculty subject group at Cambridge Judge. The Chief Competition Economist of the European Commission kicked off a new seminar series on Business Economics organised by…

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Business economics

US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Uncertainty 'exported' to America due to Brexit could spark rise in US unemployment, according to research co-authored by Pembroke Visiting Scholar at Cambridge Judge Business School. Uncertainty "exported" to the United States due to Britain's pending exit from the European…

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US business exposed to Brexit doubt

Switzerland’s economic success

Low inflation and stability over more than a century have been keys to Switzerland's economic success, says new report co-authored by Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge Business School. Switzerland's long-term stability and low inflation rate - the world's lowest over…

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Regulatory advice

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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The curious case of what makes people switch mobile phone contracts

Study co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School academic finds that 'loss aversion' to paying extra, rather than saving money, is the real motivator in switching mobile phone contracts. We know we could save money by switching – be it phone…

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Comparing mobile phone contracts

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