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As the debate over the Supreme Court’s health care ruling continues, Wharton professor Patricia Danzon offers her opinion of the legislation and discusses the next big challenge facing the industry.
When India experienced an economic meltdown in the early 1990s, then-Finance Minister Manmohan Singh helped to usher in an era of reform that fueled the country’s explosive growth. Today, India is again facing the prospect of a slowdown — and Singh, who is now Prime Minister and Finance Minister, is once again trying to mastermind a turnaround.
According to a recent study, women entrepreneurs in India are anticipating a robust 90% growth in their enterprises over the next five years, a significantly rosier outlook than that of their counterparts in the U.S. or the U.K. And observers say these women have reason to be optimistic.
Summer reading suggestions from Wharton faculty — to keep your mind busy while you relax.
Joint ventures between doctors and medical device makers are coming under increasing scrutiny, but Wharton professor Lawton R. Burns worries that innovative medical solutions may be one of the casualties.
An interview with U.S. postmaster general Patrick Donahoe on why the postal service remains a critical piece of the American economy, and how he plans to return the organization to financial health.
Microsoft’s new Surface tablet garnered generally positive reception when it was unveiled this week. But the company will have to deliver on a number of fronts to challenge Apple’s iPad, observers say.
Wharton management professors Mauro Guillen and Olivier Chatain offer insights on the Greece election, a possible bailout for Spain and Italy, and other unfolding events in Europe.