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Laura Claus

Unsettling research

No ivory tower here: how academics are affected by research in unsettling contexts like refugee camps, prisons and rape-crisis centres. A frequent refrain voiced about academic institutions is that there is too much “ivory tower” research divorced from the realities…

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Man in prison

Enterprise in Africa

Local context matters for entrepreneurship in developing countries where Western ideas of profit may not fit the 'collectivist' culture, says article by Laura Claus and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School. While "entrepreneurship" may be a hip buzzword…

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Enterprise in Africa

Social innovation, over time

Community activists tend to seek urgent solutions, but a new study from the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation emphasises how patience is essential for cross-sector development work. Perhaps unsurprisingly, people working in community organisations are not known as the most…

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Hourglass

Two top awards for social enterprise paper

Laura Claus, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge, wins OMT Best International Paper and the prestigious All-Academy Carolyn Dexter Award at annual meeting of the Academy of Management. Laura Claus, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, won the OMT…

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Research recognition

Cambridge Judge PhDs nominated for prestigious awards for their research at top management conferences. Two PhD candidates at the School have been nominated for prestigious awards for their research papers, which they will present at two upcoming top management conferences.…

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‘Hybrid’ honours

Awards for PhD student Laura Claus for studies on 'hybridity'. Laura Claus, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently was honoured with two awards relating to her research conducted along with her PhD advisor, Shaz Ansari, on the…

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Hybrid

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