Cass Ethics with Roger Steare: ethicability®

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In the fourth edition of Cass Ethics, Roger Steare, Corporate Philosopher and Cass Business School Fellow discusses ethicability® and 'Trust The Behavioural Change' report he produced for Pricewaterhouse Coopers.

Updated: 05/01/2015
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Business Models and Technological Innovation - how they interact

The business model construct appeals to many academics, yet it lacks a widely accepted language that would allow researchers to draw on the work of others. In this piece, we explore one clear emerging view of the business model construct and examine where this view takes us in terms of understanding the relationship between business model innovation and technical innovation.

Updated: 09/02/2017
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The regulatory response to the financial crisis

In his keynote speech at the The Transmission of Credit Risk and Bank Stability Conference at Cass Business School, Charles Goodhart, Emeritus Professor London School of Economics, gave a detailed appraisal of the United Kingdom\'s financial system.

Updated: 25/12/2014
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Is more IT offshoring better? An exploratory study of western companies offshoring to South East Asia

In their article, "Is more IT offshoring better? An exploratory study of western companies offshoring to South East Asia," published in the Journal of Operations Management, authors Ajay Bhalla, ManMohan S. Sodhi, and Byung-Gak Son, examine the link between a company's performance and the extent of its offshoring of IT-enabled services, with a focus on large western companies.

Updated: 02/11/2011
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Buttressing Supply Chains against Floods in Asia for Humanitarian Relief and Economic Recovery

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ManMohan Sodhi

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Operations

Flood is the most frequently occuring natural disaster worldwide, with Asia suffering the highest incidence. While humanitarian efforts and initiatives to alleviate suffering caused by floods are ongoing, we believe there is a new opportunity to coordinate "last mile" humanitarian efforts in the event of a flood, using micro-retailers. Micro-retailers are the 'last mile' nodes in traditional retail supply chains in many Asian countries, and we propose the use of social enterprise to buttress these supply chains for distribution of essential goods by coordinating with micro-retailers before and after floods. In support of this we also present a stylised model to quantify the benefits of our proposal.

Updated: 01/01/2015
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How to fix the banking system

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Igor Filatotchev

Four of Cass Business School's senior academics agreed in a December 2, 2008 debate entitled "How to fix the banking system" that addressing the irresponsibility of British banks will be extremely difficult.

Updated: 10/02/2017
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Supply Chain Agility: The agile supply chain for unpredictable times

Supply chain agility has received increasing attention over the last decade due to two important developments. First, on average, the markets have become more dynamic. Secondly, there is increased awareness of supply chain management risks and the role agile supply chains play in recovering from these risks. In this, the second of a five part series, Dr. Canan Kocabasoglu Hillmer examines how an agile supply chain can be an effective response strategy in unpredictable times.

Updated: 20/10/2015
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M&A in recovery: new studies from Cass' M&A research centre

The M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School blends academic expertise with know-how and experience from practitioners to produce rigorous and relevant research in the area of global acquisitions, mergers and corporate restructurings.

Updated: 29/01/2013
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Thoughts and observations on the labour market situation for females in the United Arab Emirates

Professor Chris Rowley, Director of the Centre for Research on Asian Management, was recently interviewed in the media in the Middle East on the important research undertaken on the unusual topic of maximising women's participation in the GCC workforce. The focus of the interview was in terms of the context of increasing levels of female education and growing numbers of female graduates.

Updated: 10/02/2017
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