Golden gate bridge at sunset

09 September 2016

Cass MBA students travel to Silicon Valley to examine entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.

Munir Hiabu, a third year PhD actuarial science student at Cass, has been awarded the 2016 Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award for his thesis In-Sample Forecasting: Reserving and Structured Models.


New Cass scholarship for Extraordinary Leaders launched.

 

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September

Cass Visiting Professor named as one of 2016’s Most Influential Thinkers

Chris Roebuck receives prestigious award.

United we stand, divided we fall: Building successful relationships in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Szilvia Mosonyi presented the results from her in-depth study, ‘United we stand, divided we fall: Building successful relationships in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability’

Cass alumni launch recyclable coffee cup initiative CupTheMarket

Two Cass alumni are tackling the issue of Britain’s annual wastage of 2.5bn coffee cups

Professor Andre Spicer comments on the organisational effects the new criminal finance bill could have on businesses

Professor Andre Spicer comments on the organisational effects the new criminal finance bill could have on businesses
Adjusting exchange rates affects currency value, Cass research finds

Forthcoming research from Cass Business School and the Bank of International Settlements has found that newly proposed currency valuation metrics display strong predictive power for exchange rates, offering valuable insights for global policymakers and investors alike.

Cass PhD student awarded prestigious Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award

Munir Hiabu, a third year PhD actuarial science student at Cass, has been awarded the 2016 Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award for his thesis In-Sample Forecasting: Reserving and Structured Models.

Shackleton rescue centenary inspires Cass's Extraordinary Leaders Scholarship

New Cass scholarship for Extraordinary Leaders launched.
Cass MBA students explore entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley

Cass MBA students travel to Silicon Valley to examine entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.

New study suggests women do ask for pay rises but don’t get them

New research from Cass Business School, the University of Warwick and the University of Wisconsin shows that women ask for wage rises just as often as men, but men are 25 per cent more likely to get a raise when they ask.


August

Professor Paula Jarzabkowski appointed Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise

Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor of Strategic Management has been named Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise at Cass


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