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  2. Student Wellbeing |

    https://www.studentwellbeing.admin.cam.ac.uk/
    27 Nov 2021: health. Some of the sections below are taken from “Five ways to wellbeing” which is an evidence-based study in this area, originally published by the New Economics Foundation in 2008. .
  3. Economics, Law and Ethics | Department of Computer Science and…

    https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/teaching/2021/EconLaw
    27 Nov 2021: Behavioural economics: bounded rationality, heuristics and biases; nudge theory; the power of defaults; agency effects. ... Objectives. At the end of the course students should have a basic appreciation of economic and legal terminology and arguments.
  4. Transkills: supporting transition to University |

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    27 Nov 2021: Search site. Transkills: supporting transition to University. The Transkills project worked with academic staff at the University of Cambridge from 2009-2012, to produce materials to aid first-year students in the transition from School to University
  5. University of Cambridge - Latest news

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    27 Nov 2021: https://www.cam.ac.uk/latest-news en https://www.cam.ac.uk/news/get-in-cambridge-widening-participation-campaign-wins-digital-excellence-awards <div class="field field-name-field-news-image field-type-image field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items
  6. Economics, Law and Ethics | Department of Computer Science and…

    https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/teaching/2122/EconLaw
    27 Nov 2021: 2. Aims. This course aims to give students an introduction to some basic concepts in economics, law and ethics. ... Behavioural economics: bounded rationality, heuristics and biases; nudge theory; the power of defaults; agency effects.
  7. 27 Nov 2021: Preibusch, S., Krol, K. and Beresford, AR., 2012. The Privacy Economics of Voluntary Over-disclosure in Web Forms. ... The security economics of large-scale attacks against Internet-connected ICS devices. Zhang, J., Beresford, A.
  8. Psychology A-Z | Department of Psychology

    https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/study/psychology_a-z
    27 Nov 2021: One cost-effective intervention that can be encouraged across a range of economic contexts is skin-to-skin contact, also known as ‘kangaroo care’.
  9. 27 Nov 2021: Search site. Department of Computer Science and Technology. Dr Alice Hutchings. University Lecturer. Teaching. Contact Details. Room:. GE22. Office phone:. (01223) 7-63660. Email:. ah793@cam.ac.uk. Contact us. William Gates Building. JJ Thomson
  10. Security | Department of Computer Science and Technology

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    27 Nov 2021: economics of information security and spills over into policy.
  11. 27 Nov 2021: Search site. Department of Computer Science and Technology. Simon Moore. Professor of Computer Engineering. Biography. Simon Moore is a Professor of Computer Engineering at thepreviously the Computer Laboratory) in England, where he conducts
  12. Choosing your Minor Subject | Faculty of Biology

    https://www.biology.cam.ac.uk/undergrads/nst/bbs/Minors
    27 Nov 2021: The Lent Term course explores the 20th-century transformation of medicine into a major object of economic, political and ethical concern.
  13. 27 Nov 2021: Addison-Wesley. Economics and networks:. Frank, Robert H. (2008). The economic naturalist: why economics explains almost everything.
  14. 27 Nov 2021: Dr Andreas Vlachos has been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant for the project AVeriTeC, which will transform automated fact checking in fields including politics, economics and science.
  15. 27 Nov 2021: 19 July 2016. Professor Andy Hopper CBE FREng FRS has been awarded The Bakerian Medal and Lecture 2017 for his outstanding research in computer technology, with significant economic impacts, in particular
  16. 27 Nov 2021: Addison-Wesley. Economics and networks:. Frank, Robert H. (2008). The economic naturalist: why economics explains almost everything.
  17. 27 Nov 2021: MBA, Economics, Finance and Entrepreneurship, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
  18. E-Commerce | Department of Computer Science and Technology

    https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/teaching/2021/ECommerce
    27 Nov 2021: Network economics. Real and virtual networks, supply-side versus demand-side scale economies, Metcalfe’s law, the dominant firm model, the differentiated pricing model Data Protection Act, Distance Selling regulations, business ... economic, marketing
  19. 27 Nov 2021: Research. My research expertise is in ubiquitous computing, computer architecture, networking, distributed systems and operating systems, while my interdisciplinary interests include issues of ethics, identity, privacy, information policy,
  20. 27 Nov 2021: These technologies have great potential to boost economic growth and enhance our wellbeing, but these novel patterns of data use can also leave us vulnerable in new ways.
  21. Principles of Communications | Department of Computer Science and…

    https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/teaching/2021/PrincComm
    27 Nov 2021: 2 lectures]. The big picture for managing traffic. Economics and policy are relevant to networks in many ways. ... 2 lectures]. 1. Control theory was not taught and will not be the subject of any exam question.

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