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Market Square: Cambridge Business and Society Interdisciplinary Research Group

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The market square used to host economic exchange, but also political life and social interaction. Likewise, Market Square – The Cambridge Business & Society Interdisciplinary Research Group is a forum for researchers studying society in its overlapping economic, political, and organisational aspects. The idea behind Market Square is that social scientists can contribute to the public debate by pointing to possibilities, perspectives and solutions that go beyond received schemes and dichotomies, but are grounded in what is achievable in a given social context.

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Mutualising the Market: Could the 'Big Society' transform business and finance?

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UserDr. Adrian Pabst, Lecturer in Politics, University of Kent.

HouseCastle Teaching Room, 4th floor, Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, CB2 1AG.

ClockThursday 27 January 2011, 17:15-18:45

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