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The second reading of the Brexit bill

Boni Sones (February 2017)

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Hinkley Point C revisited

Dr Ding Chen, Dr Paul Dorfman, Professor Simon Deakin, Professor David Howarth, Tony Roulston, David Lowry, Dr Andrew Blowers, Dr David Reiner and Chris Huhne (January 2017) 

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Simon Deakin and Graham Gudgin discuss their predictions for the UK economy in 2017

Professor Simon Deakin and Dr Graham Gudgin (January 2017)

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Labour standards and labour law reforms in the Rising Powers: trends and prospects in public and private regulations

Professor Simon Deakin (November 2016)

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What next for Brexit?

Professor Simon Deakin (June 2016)

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Brexit, labour rights and migration: what's really at stake

Professor Simon Deakin (June 2016)

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Brexit would make the UK less democratic, not more

Professor Simon Deakin (April 2016)

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George Osborne's 2016 Budget

Boni Sones OBE (March 2016)

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The Conservatives' 25-year fight for equality – why reform is on the agenda in 2016

Boni Sones OBE (February 2016)

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Keeping the world at arm’s length: what the Amish can teach us about technology

Christopher Markou (December 2015)

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High household debt and extreme house prices threaten the UK economy and the Chancellor won’t balance his budget by 2019/20, says a new economic forecast from the Centre for Business Research – Winter 2015

(December 2015)

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Women in business and women in politics have much to learn from each other – including how to storm the smoking room and how to break down clubby cultures!

Boni Sones (November 2015)

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Will the recent High Court Uber ruling eventually help Google launch driverless cars and what can history tell us about technological change and the law?

Professor Simon Deakin (October 2015)

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As the Chinese economy slows we still have much to learn from this emerging market’s phenomenal economic transition and its increasing reliance on the rule of law

Professor Simon Deakin & Dr Boya Wang (October 2015)

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Nikkei’s purchase of FT Group may be good for all those concerned

Dr John Buchanan (August 2015)

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Social policy will be critical to a sustainable economic and monetary union ('EMU')

Professor Simon Deakin (June 2013)

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"March of the makers" – rebalancing our economy needs more push from government

Michael Kitson (June 2013)

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The proof of the pudding – why the £200 million a year Small Business Research Initiative needs transparent implementation

David Connell (April 2013)

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"March of the makers" – why UK business need funds to grow and global talent to capture new markets

Michael Kitson (June 2013)

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European Court's Pringle judgment: good law, bad economics

Professor Simon Deakin (March 2013)

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Rejoining the north European mainstream

Professor Simon Deakin (February 2013)

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Shares for workers' rights: why entrepreneurial firms need employment law too

Professor Simon Deakin (February 2013)

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Hedge fund activism in Japan: the limits of shareholder primacy

Professor Simon Deakin (June 2012)

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Kay needs to replace "shareholder value" with "corporate value"

Professor Simon Deakin (March 2012)

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Executive pay – your questions answered

Professor Simon Deakin (February 2012)

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New governance research – your questions answered

Professor Simon Deakin (December 2011)

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Innovation policy needs to change

A Cambridge economist and government advisor is calling for a new approach to innovation policy designed to stimulate significant fiscal growth. Investing …

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Professor Simon Deakin, Faculty of Law: The effect of the Cadbury Code on boards and stockmarkets

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate …

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Dr Simon Learmount, Cambridge Judge Business School: A new system of corporate governance needed for Japan

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate …

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Professor Brian Cheffins, Faculty of Law: The history of corporate governance

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate …

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Dr Ian Jones, University of Oxford and Dr Michael Pollitt, Cambridge Judge Business School: Missing the human side of governance

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate …

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Time is running out for the euro

A leading Cambridge economist predicts the death of the euro despite the efforts of policy makers who are papering over cracks and …

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2010-2020: a lost decade for the world economy?

Macroeconomist Michael Kitson says economics needs to be more humble and more relevant! The years 2010 – 2020 will be a lost …

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Rethinking economics

Macroeconomist Michael Kitson of Cambridge Judge Business School compares the current global recession to the Great Depression of the 1930s and feels …

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Coalition warned on immigration plans

Radical changes to the UK’s immigration policy are a ‘kneejerk’ reaction to the economic crisis warns leading economist Michael Kitson. As the …

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Innovation policy as cargo cult: lessons for the future

Professor Alan Hughes (February 2012)

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Venture capital and public research: where are the Googles?

Dr Andrea Mina (February 2012)

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Hedge fund activism in Japan: lessons for corporate governance

Professor Simon Deakin (Dec 2011)

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Capital markets and innovation: financing business experimentation in Europe

Dr Andrea Mina and Dr Jocelyn Probert (August 2011)

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The arts and humanities: endangered species?

Professor Alan Hughes (March 2011)

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The phenomenon of investment in higher education being seen as a route to economic recovery

Professor Alan Hughes (May 2011)

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How the middle may flourish

Michael Kitson (June 2010)

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The Lombardy tradition of innovation and the improvement of welfare systems

Michael Kitson (June 2010)

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The impact of expenditure cuts in UK higher education and the implications for society and long-term economic growth

Michael Kitson (May 2010)

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