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Pakistan’s privatisation dilemma as it seeks IMF bailout

Reluctantly seeking an IMF bailout for its balance-of-payments crisis, Imran Khan’s nascent government in Pakistan has already devalued its currency, hiked utility rates and imposed new taxes in an effort to be “ready” for IMF reforms. As if these measures…

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The Conversation: Pakistan’s privatisation dilemma as it seeks IMF bailout

Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about Pakistan’s privatisation dilemma as it seeks help from the International Monetary Fund. He says the government should heed the lessons from Pakistan’s “troubled history” of…

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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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Euractiv: Capacity mechanisms reform – key issues to watch

Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that capacity mechanisms give national governments “the confidence of having backup capacity when wind and solar are not available” – but argues that these will be phased out…

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Euractiv: Academic: Fossil fuel back-ups ‘may be the price to pay’ for renewables

An interview with Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School, about renewable energy and fossil fuel policies in EU countries. “It’s a contradiction that policymakers are currently struggling to resolve. But fossil fuel back-up plants are…

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Investment strategy in Norway

A report for Norway's pension fund includes a section highlighting the risk of energy divestment co-authored by PhD candidate Vaska Atta-Darkua and Professor Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge. A report on investment strategies for Norway's Government Pension Fund Global includes…

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Investment strategy in Norway

De Volkskrant: Minimum price for CO2

The Dutch government should remain committed to a minimum price on carbon emissions to help create momentum for an EU-wide price floor, writes Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The article is based on the latest…

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Handelsblatt Global: Europe needs a minimum price on carbon emissions

“Adopting a higher price floor for every ton of carbon released during power generation will help EU countries switch from coal to renewables more quickly,” writes Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The article is based…

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A renewed energy to succeed: the energy sector and the EMBA

Uniper VP Alexander Aksenov (EMBA 2017) believes the Cambridge EMBA will help him to navigate the challenges facing the energy sector. The global energy sector is facing significant disruption from renewable energy. Wind and solar power is increasingly cost-effective for…

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Windmills and Workers

Nine energy trends to watch

Now the energy industry has turned its face to the sun and wind, and is embracing alternatives to fossil fuels, what's next for renewables? We spoke to two alumni and a current Cambridge MBA candidate about their experience with alternative…

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Nine energy trends to watch - renewable energy farm

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