The K@W Network:
U.S. law enforcement is more insistent than ever that it needs 'back doors' into electronic systems in order to keep us safe. But could that further weaken electronic security?
In collaboration with RANE (Risk Assistance Network and Exchange)
Risk management knowledge must be shared more broadly across the public and private sectors, and large and small enterprises.
While economic recovery will be “slow and steady,” Fed chair Janet Yellen must “keep conditions accommodative” to maintain low long-term interest rates, according to Wharton’s Krista Schwarz.
Successful labor reform in India must combine effective legislation with "efficient and honest" administration, says Wharton's Janice Bellace in this opinion piece.
When it comes to global financial crises, planning must focus on the future, not the past, says Wharton’s Franklin Allen.
The recent recall of U.S. vehicles with defective Takata airbags will help upgrade vehicle safety standards and raise awareness about regulation, experts say.
The Indian government has launched a “Make in India” campaign to boost manufacturing and jobs — but the key question is: Will companies bite?
Munib al-Masri, the top industrialist in Palestine, accounts for a third of the Palestinian economy. Today, his mission is peace.
Penn law professor David Skeel discusses whether shareholders of AIG have a case.
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong cast light on the region’s economic sensitivities with China, and a way of life that is at stake.