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The High Commissioner of India visits the University of Cambridge

What does India offer to UK students and businesses and how can UK academics contribute to India’s success were among the topics discussed when the Indian High Commissioner to the UK, Mr Ranjan Mathai, visited Cambridge Judge Business School on…

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The Indian High Commissioner at CJBS

Internet Retailer: Winning the holiday price war

The holiday season is approaching fast and retailers will be competing aggressively to offer best deals to shoppers. Zach Blatt is investigating which retailers are most likely to offer best deals and what are the best strategies for smaller retailers…

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Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus is the big winner in the Indian elections

A PhD alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School has just won a major election in India's largest state. Abhishek Mishra, the Samajwadi Party's candidate for the Lucknow North Assembly Seat, defeated Congress candidate Dr Neeraj Bora by around 1,700 votes…

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Green shoots of recovery, anyone?

If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences: the maxim of the 'self fulfilling prophecy'. Forecasts that are sufficiently believed, cause people to act in ways that make the prediction come true. Forecasts about the economy…

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Distributing the downturn

The International Labour Organisation has forecast a rise in unemployment by 20 million worldwide by the end of 2009. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has forecast a loss of up to 10 million jobs within the OECD…

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Distributing the downturn

The devil’s in the details: regulating financial innovation

With elections in India in a few months, the war on terror must be squarely at the centre of the political agenda. Not far away will be regulation of finance. As Sonia Gandhi put it, the poor had nothing to…

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