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The two U.S. presidential candidates are at opposite ends of the climate-change debate. Wharton experts predict the outcomes if either side prevails.
In the follow-up to his bestselling "How Children Succeed." Paul Tough explains how parents, teachers and administrators can create environments to foster qualities that lead to success.
Italy’s shaky banks could threaten the entire eurozone financial system if officials are not careful in implementing new bailout regulations, notes Franklin Allen, a Wharton emeritus professor of finance.
The events in recent weeks threaten to undermine the stability that has made Turkey the world's singular example of a majority Muslim country with a functioning and enduring democracy.
Today’s Venezuela is a landscape where armed guards fend off consumers desperate to purchase scarce essentials. Creating a country where investment can once again flow will be a decades-long challenge,[…]
The Volkswagen scandal emphasizes the need to change corporate culture in order to discourage similar violations and encourage executives to follow through on corrective actions, experts say.
Major decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court reveal efforts to avoid a tie in an eight-member team. Experts discuss the rulings and what's ahead.
Patrick Harker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, discusses whether the Fed should be involved in bursting asset or credit bubbles, shadow banking, fintech and what surprised him[…]
A free federal budget simulation tool developed at Wharton and Penn is producing new thinking around two areas very high on the public agenda: Social Security and immigration.
When Barack Obama visited Cuba earlier this year, America expected an economic resurgence in its backyard. But it hasn’t quite worked out that way.