This year’s Commonfund Prize has been awarded researchers at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University and University of Connecticut School of Business for their paper questioning the ability to find outperformance through the recommendations of investment consultants. The paper – Picking Winners? Investment Consultants’ Recommendations of Fund Managers was co-authored by Tim Jenkinson, Howard Jones, […]
Macroeconomist Michael Kitson at the Cambridge Judge Business School argues that a new and much broader innovation policy is needed to create meaningful economic growth.
Michael Kitson, economist at the Cambridge Judge Business School, sees a real danger that the euro might ‘stagger on’ for a few more years but eventually collapse.
The European Union’s move to cap bankers’ bonuses is a step in the right direction but does not go far enough, says Bang Dang Nguyen
The value of transparency around proxy voting has been underestimated, according to the views of Pedro Saffi at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
Should the world’s permafrost regions start to melt it could add “tens of trillions” of dollars to the cost of climate change, warns academic Chris Hope at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
Research into conventional and unconventional ‘commons’ or shared resources is attracting the interest of global companies, states, NGOs and other stakeholders, according to Shahzad Ansari at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
Christos Pitelis at Cambridge Judge Business School says that there are ways in which properly structured austerity measures can work, but simply making fast and deep cuts is not it.
Banks in the West are set to shrink and grow more slowly in future, according to
Simon Taylor, university lecturer in Finance at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.
There is no easy answer to questions of managing liquidity and risk factors, according to discussion at a recent conference on endowments hosted by the Cambridge Judge Business School and the University for Business Administration and Economics in Vienna.
Professor Raghavendra Rau at the Cambridge Judge Business School says that the UK government-commissioned Wheatley Review into the LIBOR rate rigging allegations should make the banks put their money where their mouths are.
The link between self-efficacy and individual creativity may be stronger than previously suggested, according to research by Andreas Richter at the Cambridge Judge Business School.