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Apr 25, 2019

Can Algorithms Diagnose Disease Better Than Doctors?
Algorithms hold great promise for medical advancements. But two Wharton researchers warn it takes careful methodology and strong regulation in order for AI to boost patient outcomes.

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Apr 25, 2019

How Can Sri Lanka Recover?
Following the Easter Sunday bombings, Sri Lanka must unite all forces to reclaim its hard-won peace of the past decade, say experts.

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Apr 25, 2019

Incompetent Male Leaders: The Case for Talent Over Gender
In his new book, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, the chief talent scientist at Manpower Group, examines myths about masculine management and makes the case for talent over gender.

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Apr 25, 2019

Why Incompetent Men Become Leaders
In his new book, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, the chief talent scientist at Manpower Group, examines myths about masculine management and makes the case for talent over gender.

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Apr 25, 2019

Why India's Jet Airways Lost Its Wings
The suspension of flights by Jet Airways is another casualty of price wars and flawed business models. Experts discuss how Jet could recast its model to fly again.

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Apr 23, 2019

What We Can Learn from the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Recall
The controversy surrounding Fisher-Price's Rock 'n Play Sleeper shines a light on the need to balance corporate growth with safety -- and also where regulators went wrong.

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Apr 23, 2019

Why Oil Markets Are Changing
Summertime gasoline price increases are normal, but today's oil markets are undergoing fundamental change, according to experts.

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Apr 23, 2019

China's Blockchain Dominance: Can the U.S. Catch Up?
By all accounts, China is leading the world in the use and development of blockchain technology. What will it take for the U.S. to compete?

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Apr 22, 2019

Cutting a Path for Diversity
A PwC executive explains how she pioneered gains on the diversity front and how "the best companies to work for have a strong commitment to diversity."

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Apr 19, 2019

Want to Build a Smart City? Here Are Some Strategies That Work
Collaborative platforms, sustainability, public-private partnerships and data analytics are critical for developing smart and inclusive cities, notes TCS's Seeta Hariharan.

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Apr 19, 2019

Beyond Clicks: Getting the Most out of Big Data
Recent Wharton research aims to help companies navigate the complicated waters of Big Data by offering a better way to use predictive analytics.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 19, 2019

Beyond the Clicks: Getting the Most out of Big Data
Recent Wharton research aims to help companies navigate the complicated waters of Big Data by offering a better way to use predictive analytics.

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Apr 18, 2019

Why Trust Is the Gold Standard in Developing Countries
Developing world entrepreneurs face a big disadvantage compared with Western counterparts - a generalized lack of trust. A new book explains why conventional strategies don't work where mistrust is rampant.

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Apr 18, 2019

Is the World Economy Headed for a Fall?
It's not just the latest IMF forecast causing concern. Many straws in the wind point to tougher times ahead, experts say.

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Apr 18, 2019

Banking on the Future of Cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies will one day be used everywhere, predicts Litecoin creator Charlie Lee.

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Apr 18, 2019

Whither the McMansion? Why Millennials Aren't Buying
Across the country, baby boomers who own large suburban homes are looking to downsize but are finding it hard to attract younger buyers. However, shifts in mortgage rates and other factors could soon change that.

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Apr 17, 2019

Don't Panic: The Digital Revolution Isn't as Unusual as You Think
Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's new book puts the digital revolution into historical context, placing it along a timeline of other disruptive transformations.

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Apr 16, 2019

Why Toyota Is Betting on Hybrid Technology
Toyota announced it will offer other automakers free licenses to its patents on vehicle electrification, especially hybrid vehicles. Is it a smart move?

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Apr 16, 2019

Do Corporate Audits Lead to Insider Trading?
Wharton research looks at whether corporate insiders trade more around the audit report date -- and what it means.

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Apr 16, 2019

Alan Greenspan: Can the U.S. Economy Stay on Top?
In a recent interview at Wharton, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan discussed recession fears, China's growth and what the U.S. can learn from Sweden.

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Apr 15, 2019

The Doctor Is in: What HIPAA Compliance Means for Amazon
Amazon's move into health care, with HIPPA compliance for virtual assistant Alexa, raises questions about what the tech giant plans to do with patient data.

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Apr 12, 2019

Paid Family Leave: What's the Right Model?
Several political, societal and business factors now coming together explain the new energy behind a law guaranteeing paid parental leave for U.S. workers.

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Apr 11, 2019

Is the Fed's Independence on the Line?
President Trump's backing of two nominees for the Federal Reserve Board is raising questions about the importance of the central bank's nonpartisan image.

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Apr 11, 2019

What CEOs Can Learn from Roman Emperors
From marketing to management, modern business leaders can learn a lot from ancient Roman emperors, according to a new book.

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Apr 11, 2019

Unlocking the Creative Value of Inefficiency
Too much efficiency -- such as that provided by computers and algorithms -- can turn off creativity and innovation, according to a new book.

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Apr 10, 2019

How the Law Can Boost Recession Recovery
Move over monetary and fiscal policy. A new book -- Law and Macroeconomics: Legal Remedies to Recessions -- aims to create a new way to reverse economic downturns.

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Apr 10, 2019

Why Education Is the Key to the MENA Region's Future
With alternate energy sources gaining traction, the region's future rests on the quality of its human capital, says Navin Valrani, CEO of Arcadia Education.

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Apr 09, 2019

Is the EU's New Copyright Directive Too Complex to Work?
The EU is seeking to help content creators and publishers gain more money and rights, but its new directive could hurt platforms and the overall online ecosystem.

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Apr 09, 2019

The IPO Market Heats Up: What Investors Need to Know
Pricing models, scalability and regulatory restraints are top issues of concern as tech firms line up their IPOs.

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Apr 09, 2019

How Fintech Is Revolutionizing Financial Services
Fintech is smashing old business models on its way to crowning new rulers in the world of money.

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Apr 09, 2019

Will AI Save Journalism — or Kill It?
Many of the largest and most reputable news outlets in the world are using or dabbling in AI to expand their coverage. But as journalism robots proliferate, concern about their impact is growing.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 05, 2019

Why the U.K. Auto Industry Is Stalling Over Brexit Risks
A no-deal Brexit could force more layoffs, plant closures and relocations among U.K. automakers, say experts.

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Apr 04, 2019

Searching for the Soul of Russia Under Putin
A new book from Nina Khrushcheva (Nikita Krushev's great granddaughter) and Jeffrey Tayler takes readers on an eye-opening tour of Russia under President Vladimir Putin.

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Apr 04, 2019

WOW Bows Out: Lessons from the Downfall of a Budget Airline
A faulty business model, rising oil prices and competitive pressure all contributed to the demise of Iceland's WOW Air, according to experts.

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Apr 04, 2019

Why WOW Bowed Out
A faulty business model, rising oil prices and competitive pressure all contributed to the demise of Iceland's WOW Air, according to experts.

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Apr 04, 2019

Why Museums Must Have a ‘Cool' Quotient
The Louvre Abu Dhabi wants to become a global platform that brings together people from various age groups and walks of life, says Saif Saeed Ghobash, Abu Dhabi's undersecretary at the department of culture and tourism.

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Apr 04, 2019

Design for All: Why Inclusion Matters in Business
In her new book, inclusive design expert Kat Holmes explains why the most effective business models and products are the ones that benefit the greatest variety of people.

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Apr 03, 2019

Does Capitalism Need a Big Fix?
Capitalism has lost its way, argues economist Paul Collier in his new book, The Future of Capitalism. A review by Peter Vanham from the World Economic Forum looks at possible solutions.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 02, 2019

Lump-sum Pension Payments: Who Are the Winners and Losers?
Private corporations will cheer the Treasury move on lump-sum pension payments, but policy makers must weigh its impact on retirees and taxpayers.

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Apr 02, 2019

Can Shaq Save the Papa John's Brand?
Experts think Papa John's is playing to win by hiring NBA legend and entrepreneur Shaquille O'Neal as its first African-American board member and brand ambassador.

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Apr 01, 2019

It's a Dangerous Job - but Does Someone Have to Do It?
Paying people more to do a physically dangerous job doesn't absolve companies of the ethical question of whether it is permissible to expose employees to risk, a new Wharton paper argues.

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Apr 01, 2019

Tackling California's Affordable Housing Crisis
California's lack of affordable housing has reached a breaking point in cities like San Francisco. Experts from Wharton and the University of San Francisco discuss why the problem extends beyond the state.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 01, 2019

Can California Solve Its Affordable Housing Crisis?
California's lack of affordable housing has reached a breaking point in cities like San Francisco. Experts from Wharton and the University of San Francisco discuss why the problem extends beyond the state.

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Mar 29, 2019

How Digital Technology Is Transforming Cost Management
Digital technologies do more than cut costs. They can drive strategic growth, says Wharton's Christopher Ittner.

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Mar 28, 2019

Can India Solve Its Food Paradox?
With policies that encourage innovation, India could avoid becoming a food importer again, says economist Ashok Gulati.

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Mar 28, 2019

How Gender and Racial Biases Are Hurting Economics
A survey released by the American Economic Association reveals a disturbingly high level of gender and racial biases in the field.

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Mar 28, 2019

How Companies Are Increasing Neurodiversity in the Workplace
Companies are slowly increasing their efforts to employ adults with autism, but doing so requires training, preparation and support. Two experts discuss the benefits of neurodiversity in the workplace.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 28, 2019

What's Really Driving Disruption (It's Not Technology)
It's not technology that drives disruption, but rather customer behavior, says Harvard professor Thales Teixeira, in his new book.

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Mar 28, 2019

Why Emotional Blind Spots Can Hurt Your Finances
Emotional blind spots lead to common mistakes in managing your money, according to a new book by former Wall Street trader and current CBS News analyst Jill Schlesinger.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 28, 2019

How Emotional Blind Spots Can Hurt Your Finances
Emotional blind spots lead to common mistakes in managing your money, according to a new book by former Wall Street trader and current CBS News analyst Jill Schlesinger.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 26, 2019

Beyond Diversity: How Firms Are Cultivating a Sense of Belonging
Leaders from Citigroup, Zillow and Blackbird Global shared their progress toward creating a sense of inclusion and acceptance in their organizations at a recent Wharton event.

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Mar 26, 2019

Why Breaking Up Big Tech Could Do More Harm Than Good
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has solidified her party's growing disenchantment with Big Tech by proposing to break up Amazon, Google and Facebook -- but doing so could result in unintended consequences, experts say.

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Mar 25, 2019

Nostalgia Is Not Enough: Why Consumers Abandon Legacy Brands
Consumers are creatures of habit -- so what makes them decide to turn away from brands they've supported for years?

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Mar 25, 2019

Nostalgia Is Not Enough: Why Customers Abandon Legacy Brands
Consumers are creatures of habit -- so what makes them decide to abandon brands they've supported for years?

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 25, 2019

Who Made That Decision: You or an Algorithm?
Algorithms now make lots of decisions but they have their own biases, writes Wharton's Kartik Hosanagar in his new book.

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Mar 22, 2019

Using a Company's Own Words to Assess Its Risks
Using a text-based approach to assess a company's risks by analyzing its own disclosures yields surprising results, according to new Wharton research.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 21, 2019

Why ‘Dieselgate' Will Continue to Haunt Volkswagen
The SEC is after the German automaker's CEO for allegedly defrauding bondholders by not coming clean on its emissions "defeat device."

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 21, 2019

Exhausted by Scandal: ‘Dieselgate' Continues to Haunt Volkswagen
The SEC is after the German automaker's CEO for allegedly defrauding bondholders by not coming clean on its emissions "defeat device."

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 21, 2019

Elon Musk's SEC Drama: Has He Gone Too Far?
Elon Musk's confrontational behavior with the SEC and seemingly erratic decision making elsewhere are distracting from his core vision for Tesla, say Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie and Charles Elson of the University of Delaware.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 21, 2019

Can Amazon Reinvent the Traditional Supermarket?
Amazon's new grocery stores are expected to merge bricks-and-mortar and online experiences, then power it with data analytics. Will it work?

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 21, 2019

Crafting Better Strategy: Why Empathy Matters
Empathy is increasingly a valuable skill for chief strategy officers, notes the author of this opinion piece.

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Mar 20, 2019

Balancing Act: One Entrepreneur's Journey with Social Enterprise
Entrepreneur Mpho Sekwele discusses how her background and years in the retail sector have influenced the way she runs her startup ventures.

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Mar 19, 2019

Can AT&T Avoid the Merger Mistakes of AOL-Time Warner?
AT&T wants to prevail in the media wars by combining its distribution reach with Time Warner's content. Will it work?

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Mar 19, 2019

The 737 Max Crash: What's the Fallout for Boeing?
Last week's fatal crash of a Boeing 737 Max aircraft -- the second in five months -- is impacting the company on multiple fronts. How quickly can it recover?

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Mar 15, 2019

The College Cheating Scandal: The Biggest Victim Is Public Confidence
The "Varsity Blues" scandal uncovered by the U.S. Department of Justice has shined harsh light on the entitlement and systemic racism that pervades the college admissions process.

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Mar 15, 2019

The College Cheating Scandal: Why the Biggest Victim Is Public Confidence
The "Varsity Blues" scandal uncovered by the U.S. Department of Justice has shined harsh light on the entitlement and systemic racism that pervades the college admissions process.

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Mar 15, 2019

U.S. Debt: Is It the Calm Before the Storm?
Wharton's Joao Gomes and George Washington University's Tara Sinclair discuss the nation's long-term debt burden and what might be done about it.

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Mar 14, 2019

Can Nuclear Energy Save the Planet?
Authors Joshua Goldstein and Staffan Qvist say switching to nuclear and renewable energy is the most feasible path forward for humans to slow down climate change.

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Mar 14, 2019

The Next Silicon Valley? Why Toronto Is a Contender
Toronto has quietly become the world's fastest-growing destination for technology jobs. But to truly become Silicon Valley North, policymakers and tech companies must address certain gaps, experts say.

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Mar 14, 2019

The Value of Failure: How We Can Make the Most of Losing
A full active work life will, of course, produce some failures. What counts are the lessons taken from them, writes former Tulane University president Scott Cowen.

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Mar 14, 2019

The Value of Failure: How We Can Make the Most Out of Losing
A full active work life will, of course, produce some failures. What counts are the lessons taken from them, writes former Tulane University president Scott Cowen.

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Mar 14, 2019

Big Data's Biggest Challenge: How to Avoid Getting Lost in the Weeds
Evite CEO Victor Cho and Wharton marketing professor Raghuram Iyengar discuss how firms can optimize their use of data without getting lost in the weeds - or losing sight of the customer.

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Mar 13, 2019

How Businesses Are Testing the Limits of Free Speech
Recent Wharton research examines how commercial cases coming before the U.S. Supreme Court are challenging, and potentially recalibrating, the boundaries of free speech.

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Mar 13, 2019

How Globalization and Robotics Speed Up Job Losses
The twin trends of globalization and robotics could lead to an unprecedented disruption that would displace workers at the fastest pace in history, according to a new book.

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Mar 12, 2019

Fintech: What's Real, and What's Hype
Fintech has the potential to completely reshape the finance industry. A new research initiative aims to clarify where the actual promise lies.

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Mar 12, 2019

Why Congress Might Relax Physician Anti-kickback Rules
Wharton's Mark Pauly and Genevieve Kanter, a professor at Penn's medical school, discuss potential changes to the rules on preventing physician kick-backs.

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Mar 12, 2019

Can Kraft Heinz Catch Up with Its Changing Market?
Following a $12.6 billion loss for 2018, Kraft Heinz needs to recast its product portfolio in ways that reflect the general shift towards healthier foods, experts say.

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Mar 12, 2019

Show Me the Money: Does Going Cashless Hurt Financial Inclusion?
The challenges of going cashless in the U.S. -- as evidenced by Philadelphia's recent ban on such establishments -- points to a need to create more and better entry points to the digital economy for underserved populations.

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Mar 11, 2019

Poly Developments: REIT Securitization in China's Rental Housing Market
As China's residential real estate prices continue to rise, home ownership has become increasingly out of reach for many people. Yet rental housing is not a reliable option for most because of lack of development and other challenges. Meanwhile, many homes sit empty with owners reluctant to rent them out; the vacancy rate is at

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 08, 2019

What's Driving the Demand for Data Scientists?
Executives from LinkedIn, PwC, Morgan Stanley, Comcast and others explain why data analytics is essential to their firms and how they're finding qualified people to do it.

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Mar 07, 2019

Can Humans Reconnect in an Age of Isolation?
In his book, digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff explains how people can use technology to reconnect with each other, rather than allowing it to isolate them.

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Mar 07, 2019

Why Venture Capital Likes Modular Farming
Modular farming, which often involves growing crops indoors, is becoming more than just a goal for social impact organizations interested in sustainability. It's becoming a big business, increasingly backed by venture capitalists and private equity.

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Mar 07, 2019

How Business Leaders Can Navigate the Unknown — and Thrive
In her new book, former Amazon executive Julie Benezet offers four key principles to help business leaders navigate uncertainty.

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Mar 07, 2019

Goodbye, Greeters: Can Walmart Calm Its Latest Controversy?
Walmart's recent rethinking of its "people greeter" position had the effect of excluding elderly workers and those with disabilities. Now, the company is scrambling to do damage control.

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Mar 06, 2019

Europe's Crucial Year: Will It Rise to the Challenge?
The Eurozone faces a host of potentially destabilizing developments this year. But the region also has harbors some strong assets, which it is attempting to build up further as a safeguard.

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Mar 05, 2019

Marie Kondo at Work: Can Your Office ‘Spark Joy'?
Organizing expert Marie Kondo's approach to decluttering has become an international phenomenon - but can her rules of tidying work at your office?

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Mar 05, 2019

The Brexit Endgame: Will the U.K. Avoid Chaos?
University of Pennsylvania's Brendan O'Leary and Michelle Egan of American University detail the endgame for Brexit, where it is hoped that a slew of last-minute negotiations can avoid a disorderly exit.

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Mar 05, 2019

When Tax Strategies Are Problematic for Firms - and Investors
New Wharton research finds that aggressive tax planning by accounting agencies can lead to a lack of transparency in firms' financial reporting.

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Mar 04, 2019

Drug Price Déjà Vu: Will the Latest Effort to Lower Costs Succeed?
Government intervention could work where market mechanisms have failed to keep prescription drug prices affordable - but policymakers will have a tough time cutting through the finger pointing from all sides, experts say.

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Feb 28, 2019

Mohamed El-Erian: What's Driving Uncertainty in the Global Economy
Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian says the global economy is in a period of "unusual uncertainty" where the "unthinkable happens," making sound decision-making a big challenge.

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Feb 28, 2019

Beyond Tariffs: What's Preventing a U.S.-China Trade Agreement
If China flagrantly violates IP rights, the U.S. is guilty of bypassing WTO channels. The two must agree on a framework and enforce laws, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 28, 2019

Beyond Tariffs: What's Preventing a U.S.-China Trade Agreement?
If China flagrantly violates IP rights, the U.S. is guilty of bypassing WTO channels. The two must agree on a framework and enforce laws, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 28, 2019

The Difference Between Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Science Fiction
Distinguishing between the various types of data analysis can be a bit confusing to the uninitiated, but it makes all the difference for companies trying to harness the reams of data they collect.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 28, 2019

Farewell to the A380: Why It Became a Drag for Airbus
Wrong calls on market size and shifts in demand patterns, along with an inflexible design, limited the runway for the world's largest passenger airliner.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 27, 2019

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: How to Plan for a Driverless Future
Just like 120 years ago when the first cars transformed the U.S., driverless cars will force radical change, too. The results could be positive - or positively terrible -- depending on choices made today.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 27, 2019

Less Fluff, More Stuff: The Science of Productive Meetings
Office meetings have a checkered reputation in terms of productivity. But the author of a new book argues that management science can make meetings a valuable asset.

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Feb 26, 2019

Can Venezuela Recover from Its Crisis?
There are viable, nonviolent paths to resolving Venezuela's grave issues that could improve the lives of its citizens and heal the economy, experts say.

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Feb 26, 2019

Mortgage Rates Are Down - But Is the Housing Market Looking Up?
Mortgage rates recently fell for the third consecutive week, but the housing market is awash in uncertainty as unconventional mortgages rise and Washington debates the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Feb 25, 2019

How Activist Investor-led Divesting Pushes Up Valuations
New research from Wharton's Emilie Feldman shows that when it comes to divestitures, activists push for changes that most often create shareholder value.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 22, 2019

Redefining Gender at Work: How Companies Are Evolving
Even though awareness has increased, many workplaces are still struggling to create effective policies to address rapidly changing societal norms on gender.

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