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Wharton's Robert Hughes contends that it doesn't take long to find examples of ethical behavior being practiced even in the absence of serious legal consequences. He finds that laws, even[…]
The secretary general of the European Stability Mechanism, Kalin Anev Janse, discusses Greece, the key risks for Europe’s economy and how his group directs hundreds of billions of euros in[…]
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lost a critical state-level election. Does it mean the end of economic reforms for India?
The law needs to become clearer on daily fantasy sports contests, says Wharton’s Abraham Wyner.
Research by Wharton's Peter Conti-Brown examines the intersection of law, finance, history and politics to paint a more accurate picture of one of America's most venerable institutions.
The thawing of relations between the U.S. and Cuba has produced an unlikely benefit. Lung cancer patients in the U.S. may soon have access to a promising vaccine developed in[…]
Over the past year, several companies have expanded their paid leave policies to give employees more time off to care for their newborns or adopted children. What are the upsides[…]
India could become a rich country. But before that it may need a new Constitution that promotes economic liberty, say entrepreneur Rajesh Jain and economist Atanu Dey.
Following an agreement to lift sanctions against Iran, European firms will be quick to pick up where they left off in 2012. But for U.S. companies, a 35-year absence means[…]
Not long ago Thailand was a model of economic growth for Asia. Beset with crisis after crisis, however, it will take a long time to recover its “mojo,” says economist[…]