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# Calling all Cambridge MiF Applicants: (2016 Intake) Class of 2017!!

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05 Sep 2016, 05:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Introduction to Bonds A bond is a long term debt security, which can be issued by a government, company or even a charity. This post describes the main features of bonds. * A bond is a debt security for which the term (maturity) of the payments is more than a year. It is a form of borrowing that […]
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Key finance concepts: Introduction to Bonds  [#permalink]

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07 Sep 2016, 01:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Key finance concepts: Introduction to Bonds A bond is a long term debt security, which can be issued by a government, company or even a charity. This post describes the main features of bonds. * A bond is a debt security for which the term (maturity) of the payments is more than a year. It is a form of borrowing that […]
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13 Sep 2016, 09:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: What is helicopter money? The possibility that central banks might resort to extreme monetary measures, including helicopter money, is much debated in monetary policy circles. But what is “helicopter money”? * In normal times, central banks in developed countries try to control inflation and the level of economic activity by controlling the short term interest rate. But since the […]
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26 Feb 2017, 13:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Three interesting facts about Chinese monetary history Former IMF Chief Economist Eswar Prasad’s excellent book Gaining Currency – The Rise of The Renminbi starts with a fascinating chapter on China’s monetary history, the longest by far of any country. The book is ultimately a persuasive answer to the question, will the RMB become a leading international currency? His answer is yes, but only […]
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Why are some countries richer than others?  [#permalink]

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27 Mar 2017, 07:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Why are some countries richer than others? The first part of my new MFin elective Understanding the World Economy and Financial System next term will explore the question, why are some countries richer than other? * One of the most important, interesting but hotly contested questions in economics is, why are some countries richer than others? The world is astonishingly unequal; the life […]
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31 Mar 2017, 07:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Trade and the global economy In part of my new MFin elective Understanding the Global Economy and Financial System I explore the changing views of economists on international trade, which has been one of the most powerful causes of global economic growth over centuries. * The traditional view of trade – correct but incomplete The reason why trade works is specialisation. If […]
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Is China’s debt even higher than we thought?  [#permalink]

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27 Oct 2017, 05:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Is China’s debt even higher than we thought? The high and rising level of Chinese corporate and local government debt has been a concern for several years. Recent data from the People’s Bank of China suggests the true figure may be much higher than we thought, but things are far from clear. * It is conventional wisdom that China’s corporate debt is too […]
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Ten years of the Cambridge Master of Finance  [#permalink]

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08 Sep 2018, 02:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Ten years of the Cambridge Master of Finance The MFin is ten years old and I’m stepping down as director. A few thoughts on the last decade. * Nearly 11 years ago, I was asked to create a new post-experience master of finance degree for Cambridge University’s Judge Business School. It was an interesting challenge, with little guidance other than complying with the […]
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Financial innovations behind the US real estate boom and bust of 2002-  [#permalink]

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16 Sep 2018, 20:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Financial innovations behind the US real estate boom and bust of 2002-2008 As we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, which marked the point where the US financial system truly moved into crisis, it’s worth reviewing the innovations that led to the real estate bubble that lay behind Lehman’s (and Bear Stearns’) problems: the separation of mortgage origination from who owned the debt; securitisation; […]
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What’s the future for peer-to-peer lending?  [#permalink]

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22 Sep 2018, 19:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: What’s the future for peer-to-peer lending? P2P (peer-to-peer) lending is the biggest and most developed form of alternative finance. But does it have any enduring value to add in the financial system? * P2P lending platforms have sprung up in many countries since the global financial crisis, particularly in China, where they are now in crisis. According to research from the Cambridge […]
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Why hyperinflation is thankfully rare  [#permalink]

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30 Sep 2018, 13:02
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Why hyperinflation is thankfully rare Venezuela’s economic difficulties include very high inflation which threatens to become another example of hyperinflation. But what is this and why is it historically quite rare? * Inflation in Venezuela has recently been reported as reaching 46,000% with the IMF projecting it could reach 1,000,000% by the end of 2018. An article in The Spectator […]
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What has the world economy ever done for us? – EMBA elective reading 2  [#permalink]

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14 Jan 2019, 04:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: What has the world economy ever done for us? – EMBA elective reading 2 (*) A lot of people in the richer economies appear doubtful that economic globalisation has been good for them. But there are hundreds of millions in the rest of the world for whom globalisation has been a critical part of their escape from poverty. * Globalisation means the greater international movement of goods and services, finance, […]
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30 Aug 2019, 14:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: Why hyperinflation is thankfully rare Venezuela’s economic difficulties include very high inflation which threatens to become another example of hyperinflation. But what is this and why is it historically quite rare? * Inflation in Venezuela has recently been reported as reaching 46,000% with the IMF projecting it could reach 1,000,000% by the end of 2018. An article in The Spectator […]
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30 Aug 2019, 14:01
 FROM Cambridge Master of Finance Blog: What has the world economy ever done for us? – EMBA elective reading 2 (*) A lot of people in the richer economies appear doubtful that economic globalisation has been good for them. But there are hundreds of millions in the rest of the world for whom globalisation has been a critical part of their escape from poverty. * Globalisation means the greater international movement of goods and services, finance, […]
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# Calling all Cambridge MiF Applicants: (2016 Intake) Class of 2017!!

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