Caselli, G., Cosh, A. and Tyler, P. (2021), ‘The Cambridge Phenomenon: An innovation system built on public-private partnership’, Innovation & Impact.
Caselli, G., Figueira, C. and Nellis, J. G. (2020), ‘Ownership diversity and the risk-taking channel of monetary policy transmission‘, Cambridge Journal of Economics.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2019), ‘An insight into the Cambridge economy: What lies ahead for Silicon Fen?‘, East Anglia in Business, No. 1, pp. 44-45.
Walsh, L. (2019), ‘How to tend an economic bonfire‘, Research Horizons, No. 38, pp. 6-9.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2021), 2019 BRES results for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2021), Annual draw 2020 highlights.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2021), Research brief on market towns.
Caselli, G. (2021), Temperature shocks, credit risk and loan pricing.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2019), Comparison of employment, GVA and labour productivity estimates.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2019), 2018 BRES results: A preliminary analysis for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority area.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2018), Comparison of the employment growth from the corporate database with BRES data.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2018), Contribution of the Combined Authority to the wider UK economy.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2018), Corporate anatomy of the Combined Authority.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2018), Foreign ownership and ownership changes in the Combined Authority.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2018), Research brief on market towns.
Cambridge Ahead (2021), A new era for the Cambridge economy: Spring 2021 Members’ Meeting, May 2021.
Caselli, G. (2021), “How do cooperative banks consider climate risk and climate change?”, in: Migliorelli, M. and Lamarque, E. (Eds), Contemporary trends in European cooperative banking: Sustainability, governance, digital transformation, and health crisis response, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2021), Greater Cambridge Employment Update February 2021, report to the Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridge Ahead.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2021), Greater Cambridge Employment Update June 2021, report to the Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridge Ahead.
OECD (2021), Local entrepreneurship ecosystems and emerging industries: Case study of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, United Kingdom, February 2021.
Caselli, G. (2020), “The role of bank ownership types and business models”, in: Ferri, G. and D’Apice, V. (Eds), A modern guide to financial shocks and crises, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming, ISBN: 978-1-78990-451-2.
Caselli, G. and Figueira, C. (2020), “The impact of climate risks on the insurance and banking industries”, in: Migliorelli, M. and Dessertine, P. (Eds), Sustainability and financial risks: The impact of climate change, environmental degradation and social inequality on financial markets, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 31-62, ISBN: 978-3-030-54529-1.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2020), Greater Cambridge Employment Update November 2020, report to the Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridge Ahead.
Cosh, A. and Caselli, G. (2020), SME Observatory Insight into scale-up and high-growth businesses, report to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
ScaleUp Institute (2020), ScaleUp Annual Review 2020, November 2020.
Cambridge Ahead (2018), Cambridge Ahead Annual Publication 2018/19.
Cambridge Ahead (2019), Cambridge Ahead Summer Publication 2019.
Cambridge Wireless and Anglia Ruskin University (2019), A Digital Sector Strategy for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Commission (2018), Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review (CPIER) Final Report.
ScaleUp Institute (2018), Annual ScaleUp Review 2018.
GCP Employment Updates
2021 release (2019-20 draw)
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The Camclustermap with Dr Andy Cosh of the Centre for Business Research (Cambridge TV Business Focus)
One of an ongoing series of Business Focus interviews on Cambridge TV, this is the 12-minute interview of Dr Andy Cosh of the Centre for Business Research (CBR) of the University of Cambridge. The topic is the new version of the Cambridge Cluster Map, created by Cambridge Ahead in partnership with Barclays using data from the CBR. Dr Cosh is asked about the CBR and what it does, what the Cluster Map is and does, how it works, what it reveals about the Cambridge region, growth, the impact of Brexit, and how it is of interest to academic researchers. The interview was first aired on Monday 16 August 2016.
New Cambridge Growth data by Cambridge Ahead (Cambridge TV report)
A package by Cambridge TV on the announcement by Cambridge Ahead of remarkable new Growth data for Cambridge companies. Presenter is Karen Thomas while reporter Holly Goodall visits Cambridge Consultants and interviews COO Eric Wilkinson, before visiting Matthew Bullock, Master of St Edmund’s College and leader of the CA Growth Project where the new Cambridge Cluster Map is also revealed.