Author(s): Clive Holtham
Clive Holtham, Professor of Information Management at Cass Business School, is the man behind the recent publication of the Intelligent Exploiter framework. We asked him about the framework, and the opportunities it provides in the world of IT. Professor Clive Holtham is interviewed by Dr Martin Rich. Both are Cass Experts. Included is the transcript and a summary of the key points.
Author(s): Geoffrey Wood
Geoffrey Wood, Professor of Economics at Cass Business School, has written very widely on the subject of lender of last resort and its role in the ubiquitous global financial crisis. This is a video Q and A with Geoffrey Wood conducted by Alistair Milne. Both are Cass Experts. Included is the transcript and a summary of the key points.
Author(s): Vincent Mitchell
Consumer confusion is a strange phenomenon within the business world, and Vincent-Wayne Mitchell, Professor of Consumer Marketing at Cass Business School, is the "absolute authority" on the subject. This is a video Q and A with Vincent Mitchell conducted by Caroline Wiertz. Both are Cass Experts. Included is the transcript and a summary of the key points.
Author(s): Andreas Tsanakas
This paper develops a unifying framework for allocating the aggregate capital of a financial firm to its business units.
Author(s): Les Mayhew
Les Mayhew, Professor of Statistics at Cass, examines the significance of the impact of demographic changes.
Author(s): Edouard Larpin et al.
Cass Ethics was a series of video interviews about ethics in business with academic experts and leading practitioners. It was published every two weeks and hosted by Edouard Larpin, a BSc Business Studies Final Year student at Cass Business School.
Author(s): Alistair Milne
Alistair Milne and Perry Mehrling, together with Laurence Kotlikoff of Boston University, propose using government credit insurance guarantees to combat the credit crisis. Their idea is to use these guarantees to put a floor under the prices of the better quality tranches of structured credit securities, hence restoring liquidity to credit markets and arresting the global credit contraction.
Author(s): Joseph Lampel
Joseph Lampel, is Professor of Strategy at, and one of the "leading stars" of, Cass Business School. Senior Lecturer in Information and Knowledge Management. This is a video Q and A with Professor Joe Lampel conducted by Dr Ajay Bhalla. Both are Cass Experts. Included is the transcript and a summary of the key points.
Author(s): Richard Verrall
The title is both a statement and a question, and in the talk you will find a list of things that are wrong with the chain ladder technique but also a question asking whether it is so bad after all.