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Venturing forth: GlobalTravelWallet

A digital alternative to cash – that's the idea behind GlobalTravelWallet, a startup that is supported by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School. Founder and CEO Segun Oni…

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Stuff: ‘Emergency’ funds can make people happy

A study co-authored by Joe Gladstone, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, found that having an emergency fund makes people feel happier. "Individuals who have ample cash available to them as a buffer may feel more secure in their…

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Tiredness, money and consideration

The thought of money can help energise exhausted employees, making them less self-centred and more likely to act in the interest of others, finds new study in the Journal of Business and Psychology. Conventional wisdom holds that the thought and…

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The Washington Post: Money can buy happiness – if you know how to use it

A new study from University of Cambridge looked at almost 77,000 transactions of 625 participants and found that people who spent more on purchases that matched their personality were happiest. The study was co-authored by Cambridge Judge’s Joe Gladstone and…

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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: News

Sandra Matz, a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge’s Psychology Department, discusses the new study that says that money can buy you happiness if spending fits your personality. The study was authored by Sandra, Joe Gladstone, a Research Associate…

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The Independent: Money could buy you happiness if the item matches your personality

A new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School and the University of Cambridge’s Psychology Department says that money can buy you happiness. After looking at 77,000 bank transactions the study found people who spent more money on purchases which…

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ITV News: Study finds money can buy you happiness

Money can buy happiness when spending fits our personality, finds study by University of Cambridge researchers based on 77,000 real bank spending transactions. David Stillwell, one of the study’s co-authors, discusses what makes people happy in an ITV video (first…

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The Telegraph: Money CAN buy happiness – if you spend in the right way

A new study from University of Cambridge looked at almost 77,000 transactions of 625 participants and found that people who spent more on purchases that matched their personality were happiest. The study was authored by Sandra Matz, a PhD candidate…

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Money and work

The thought of money can make ostracised workers feel better, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge. While money can't buy you love (according to the Beatles), the thought of money can make people…

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Visualising money

Funny money

In banking, trust and benevolence don’t mix, finds new research from David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge Business School. by David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School We’ve all heard the famous lines about money,…

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