Cambridge Judge Business School was established in 1990 under the name of the Judge Institute of Management Studies, as a focus for management teaching and research in the University.
Since then Cambridge Judge Business School has been engaging in research which advances knowledge in core management disciplines, generates interdisciplinary collaboration within the School and across the University, with practical application for business, industry and policy makers.
The School has a faculty of around 55 members, representing all continents, whose research interests span the globe and the full spectrum of business issues. Many are leaders in their field, directing cutting-edge research, consulting for top businesses and advising governments.
Research is organised around the seven subject groups- Economics & Policy, Finance & Accounting, Marketing, Operations, Organisational Behaviour & Information Systems and Strategy & International Business- which reflect the research interests and expertise of our faculty.
Faculty may also be associated with one or more research centres, enabling the School to take full advantage of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Research centres include:
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