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Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 15, 2019

How to get Corporate Strategy to Engage with Climate Change
Climate change is becoming an emergency around the world. So why doesn't it get more priority among corporate strategy executives? Oxford University's Rafael Ramirez poses and answers that question in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 14, 2019

Why Ridesharing Reaps Unexpected Benefits
Ride-sharing can be more than just transportation. Research co-authored by Wharton's Lindsey Cameron reveals unexpected social and cultural benefits from what happens inside the car.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 14, 2019

How Can SoftBank's Vision Fund Restore its Vision?
In the aftermath of the WeWork debacle, several potential issues suggest that the $100-billion-plus Vision Fund may have lost its vision. In this opinion piece, Wharton's David Erickson recommends ways the fund can regain its sight.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 12, 2019

Bob Iger: Why Disney Is Betting Big on Streaming
During a recent visit to Wharton, Disney CEO Bob Iger said acquiring household names like Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars was key to the company's strategy for making its new streaming service stand out in a crowded market.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 12, 2019

Why Older Entrepreneurs Have the Edge
Research from Wharton's Daniel Kim busts the popular myth that the most successful startups are founded by whiz kids.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 12, 2019

Medicare for All: Would It Work? And Who Would Pay?
Standardized health plans and a centralized clearinghouse would substantially ease the path for Medicare for All, says Obamacare advisor and Penn professor Zeke Emanuel.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 08, 2019

Workplace Romance: Did McDonald's Make the Right Call?
The recent firing of McDonald's chief executive Steve Easterbrook over a workplace romance highlights a growing intolerance for inappropriate behavior that used to be overlooked.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 07, 2019

In the Digital Age, How Companies Can Go from Vulnerable to Vigilant
Wharton's George Day and co-author Paul Schoemaker discuss their new book on how companies can safeguard themselves against disruption in the digital age.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 05, 2019

Three Waves: Tracking the Evolution of India's Startups
How did India's innovation ecosystem evolve and reach its current position? The authors of this opinion piece share their insights.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 05, 2019

The Whistleblower's Dilemma: Do the Risks Outweigh the Benefits?
How does a worker know what warrants a whistleblower response -- and how can organizations encourage those who want to report a misdeed to come forward?

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 04, 2019

Why Audits Are the Way Forward for AI Governance
When algorithms make decisions, they engender not just challenges but also huge risks for corporations. Companies should use AI audits to mitigate these risks, writes Wharton's Kartik Hosanagar in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 01, 2019

Why Novozymes Wants to ‘Rethink Tomorrow'
For the Denmark-based biotech firm, the U.N. sustainable development goals are an inspiration as well as part of business strategy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 01, 2019

Novozymes Wants to ‘Rethink Tomorrow'
For the Denmark-based biotech firm, the U.N. sustainable development goals are an inspiration as well as part of business strategy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 31, 2019

Has the Sharing Economy Disrupted Marketing? Not Quite…
A new paper by Wharton's Cait Lamberton offers guidance for marketers who must transform traditional practices and beliefs to fit the modern sharing economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 29, 2019

Can India's Economy Return to High Growth?
Gaurav Dalmia, chairman of Dalmia Group Holdings, a holding company for business and financial assets, spoke with Knowledge@Wharton about the Indian economy, opportunities and risks in private equity, and his leadership journey.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 29, 2019

How Immigrant Entrepreneurs Pave the Way for Foreign VC Investments
Armed with knowledge and connections in their native countries, first-generation immigrants help open the door for venture capitalists to make investments abroad, according to new research coauthored by Wharton's Exequiel Hernandez.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 29, 2019

Why Digital Transformations Fail — and How to Fix That
Author Tony Saldanha offers five steps for businesses that want to transition to digital but don't know how.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 28, 2019

Untapped Opportunities: How Is Impact Investing Poised to Grow?
Tomorrow's generations expect sustainability goals to be integral to investing, and huge opportunities await impact investors, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 28, 2019

Your Data Is Shared and Sold…What's Being Done About It?
You are tracked more often, and in meaningful ways, than you think. Wharton and Penn experts reveal exactly how your data is sold, shared and leaked.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 22, 2019

Whither the Ping-pong Table? Which Perks Matter Most to Employees
Perks can serve as an important signal about a company's culture and what it stands for -- but they have to be done the right way.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 22, 2019

Why Tax Changes Are Hurting the Housing Market
U.S. home prices are falling as the market absorbs the 2017 Tax Act changes. Meanwhile, other factors are hampering the housing market and point to a potential recession ahead, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 22, 2019

How Tax Changes Are Hurting the Housing Market
U.S. home prices are falling as the market absorbs the 2017 Tax Act changes. Meanwhile, other factors are hampering the housing market and could point to a recession ahead, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 17, 2019

The Real Policy Wonks: How Economists Reshaped America
A new book from journalist Binyamin Appelbaum shows how economists evolved from overlooked number-crunchers to powerful influencers who reshaped American policy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 16, 2019

Power Rankings: How the World Bank Influences Regulatory Policy
New research from Wharton examines the influence of the World Bank's ease of doing business indicator, which affects policy through bureaucratic, international and domestic political channels.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 15, 2019

Will Walmart's Health Care Gamble Pay Off?
With its new suburban Atlanta health clinic, Walmart is making a risky move into the provision of primary care services. Two experts discuss whether the strategy will benefit the company and its customers.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 15, 2019

Finding Your Voice: Why Confidence Is Key to Persuasion
Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger's latest research on persuasive language puts some science behind the notion that it's not what you say, it's how you say it.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 14, 2019

What Will the Airbus-Boeing Subsidy Dispute Mean for Consumers?
Subsidies and global supply chains are integral to making aircraft. But consumers will eventually pay in the fallout between Airbus and Boeing, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 14, 2019

How to Design an Effective Initial Coin Offering
Initial coin offerings, or ICOs, are catching on as a new way for startups to raise money. But most don't succeed. New Wharton research looks at how startups can change that.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 11, 2019

Why Certain Major Asset Classes Still Trade Over-the-counter
Trading practices in OTC markets seem downright old-fashioned compared to centralized markets such as the NYSE. But several major asset classes, such as bonds, prefer over-the-counter. Research from Wharton and the University of Rochester looks into why.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2019

Fashion Fail: Where Did Forever 21 Go Wrong?
Three big mistakes led to Forever 21's bankruptcy filing and could imperil the fast-fashion chain's future, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2019

All You Need Is Love: The Case for Bringing Greater Passion to Work
Workers have been conditioned to check their feelings at the door, but love makes for better business all around, says the author of a new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2019

GE's Pension Freeze: Will It Help — or Hurt?
GE's move trims employee benefits and could depress morale as the company consolidates -- and struggles to find a sustainable new business mode, note Wharton experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2019

GE's Pension Freeze: Will It Help Right the Ship?
GE's move trims employee benefits and could depress morale as the company consolidates -- and struggles to find a sustainable new business mode, note Wharton experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 10, 2019

Can Fintech Make the World More Inclusive?
The potential gains for the start-ups driving fintech are obvious. But the possibilities for extending financial services to the under-served are already being realized and can be extended further, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 09, 2019

What's Pushing China's Tech Sector So Far Ahead?
Journalist and author Rebecca Fannin dives into what is behind China's surging dominance in technology, from social media to 5G.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 08, 2019

Why Cost Management Needs to ‘Save to Transform'
Cost management in the digital age is about more than reducing costs or driving growth. It must be part of a larger transformation process that also includes digital technologies.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 08, 2019

How Cost Management Needs to ‘Save to Transform'
Cost management in the digital age is about more than reducing costs or driving growth. It must be part of a larger transformation process that also includes digital technologies.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 07, 2019

Removing Human Bias from Predictive Modeling
Algorithms are supposed to be neutral, but they are packed with the same biases built into the data used to create them. Wharton statistics professor James Johndrow has developed a method to remove those biases.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 07, 2019

Why the U.S. Needs a New Vision for Affordable Housing
With rents at all-time highs and house prices out of reach for many, the squeeze is on to find affordable accommodations. Knowledge@Wharton spoke with Vincent Reina, author of a brief by for Wharton Public Policy Initiative, about the key issues.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2019

Why Good People Still Can't Find Jobs
If employers are grumbling that they can't find qualified applicants for vacancies, they only have themselves to blame, says Wharton management Peter Cappelli.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2019

Why Good People Still Can't Get Jobs
If employers are grumbling that they can't find qualified applicants for vacancies, they only have themselves to blame, says Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2019

The Opioid Crisis: Policy Solutions That Could Make an Impact
Relaxing some laws, changing the kinds of treatments for which payers reimburse and lifting the stigma around opioid addiction would go a long way in addressing the epidemic, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 04, 2019

What the Spider-Man Deal Means for Sony and Disney
Spider-Man will be staying in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- for now. What will the Sony-Disney deal mean for the two companies and Spider-Man fans?

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2019

Will a New California Law Level the Playing Field for College Athletes?
A new California law that allows for monetary compensation for student-athletes could spur a wave of changes to the status quo, though experts expect the NCAA to be slow to adapt.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2019

Overlooking Communication: Why Strategists Are Missing a Trick
Communication is often treated as the last mile between the strategy team and the outside world. That is a mistake, write Mark Leiter and Jeff Pundyk in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2019

Overlooking Communications: Why Strategists Are Missing a Trick
Communications is often treated as the last mile between the strategy team and the outside world. That is a mistake, write Mark Leiter and Jeff Pundyk in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2019

How Closing the Digital Literacy Gap Helps Workers — and Employers
Many employers fret about a shortage of high-skilled big data and analytic specialist. But there is also a tech-readiness skills gap among entry level employees, in a world where all workers should be data workers, notes this opinion piece. Companies that close the gap can reap solid rewards.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 03, 2019

Pull up a Chair: How Ethan Allen's CEO Helped Build a Furniture Empire
Farooq Kathwari shares his remarkable life's journey, which has taken him from the politically divided region of Kashmir to Wall Street to the C-suite at Ethan Allen.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 02, 2019

Rough Ride: Looking Inside the Tumultuous Rise of Uber
In a new book, New York Times reporter Mike Isaac chronicles the meteoric rise of Uber and the ultimate downfall of its hard-charging founder, Travis Kalanick.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 01, 2019

How Will Israel's Election Results Affect Its Economy?
Zvi Eckstein, dean of the Tiomkin School of Economics at IDC Herzliya and a visiting professor at Wharton, shares his insights on what lies ahead for the Israeli economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 01, 2019

How High Performers Can Boost Overall Team Productivity
New Wharton research finds that productivity increases when strong restaurant servers are paired with weaker ones, with implications for how firms should approach teamwork.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 30, 2019

What Smart Manufacturers Know About Bundling Products and Services
Jeff Kavanaugh, head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute, explains why manufacturers are moving toward a more service-style strategy to build a longer relationship with consumers.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 30, 2019

Mindfulness at Work: A Little Bit Goes a Long Way
Just a few minutes of mindfulness each day makes employees more helpful and productive, according to new Wharton research.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 30, 2019

Country Garden's People-centered Growth Strategy
In 2017, China's investment in real estate development reached 11 trillion yuan (US $1.7 trillion), a 7% increase year-on-year. A significant chunk of this capital went into Tier 2 and 3 cities, which had seen stunning increases in population growth in recent decades. Soon, Tier 4 cities were also growing. Against this backdrop, Country Garden,

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 26, 2019

Why a 1968 Paper Still Influences Modern Asset Management
A landmark 1968 paper discovered the relationship between earnings data and stock prices, revolutionizing Wall Street forever. This year, the paper's authors will receive Wharton's annual Jacobs Levy Prize.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 26, 2019

Serving More Than the Brand: How Infosys Reimagined the Tennis Experience
With three of the largest tennis franchises under its belt, Infosys, an Indian IT services firm, wants to take its digital technology skills to other sports.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 26, 2019

How Kindness Is the Key to Better Well-being
Can kindness, love and a strong sense of community actually make you healthier and happier? Research says yes, according to author Kelli Harding.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 26, 2019

Why Kindness Is the Key to Improved Well-being
Can kindness, love and a strong sense of community actually make you healthier and happier? Research says yes, according to author Kelli Harding.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 25, 2019

Why More Working Families Are Turning to Public Health Insurance
The spiraling cost of health care is pushing more working families with employer-sponsored insurance to cover their kids through Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program, according to a recent study from the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 25, 2019

The ‘Hidden Figures' of Venture Capital in Silicon Valley
Author and journalist Julian Guthrie writes about the stories of four exceptional women VCs in her new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 25, 2019

Uncovering the ‘Hidden Figures' of Venture Capital in Silicon Valley
Author and journalist Julian Guthrie writes about the stories of four exceptional women VCs in her new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 24, 2019

Why More Rate Cuts Could Help Prevent a U.S. Recession
Wharton's Jeremy Siegel interviews St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on monetary policy, economic growth, the inverted yield curve, the repo rate spike and more.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 24, 2019

How One VC Cuts Through the Fintech Hype
Blockchain is overhyped, cryptocurrencies are not feasible and cybersecurity is the biggest threat society faces, according QED's Amias Gerety.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 24, 2019

What's Fueling the Smart City Backlash?
Fears over privacy intrusions and unbridled development compromising the public interest are putting the brakes on some highly visible "smart city" projects. Increased transparency and stronger citizen engagement could help move things forward, experts say.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 23, 2019

What's at Stake in the Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Case
Purdue Pharma has been accused of fueling the opioid epidemic with overly aggressive marketing practices for its OxyContin brand. What would a proposed settlement mean for the company and for opioid victims?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 23, 2019

The Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy Case: What's at Stake
Purdue Pharma has been accused of fueling the opioid epidemic with overly aggressive marketing practices for its OxyContin brand. What would a proposed settlement mean for the company and for opioid victims?

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 23, 2019

How Restricting Skilled Immigration Could Spur Offshoring
When American companies were restricted from offering H1-B visas for highly skilled foreign workers, they worked around the policy change by offshoring jobs, according to research by Wharton's Britta Glennon.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 20, 2019

Why a California Law Could Impact the Future of the Gig Economy
Experts say a new law expected to go into effect in California could transform a number of industries that reduce costs by relying on independent contractors.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 20, 2019

How Trendsetters Shaped India's Massive Sanitation Campaign
Five years ago, India took on the audacious target of eliminating open defecation by October 2019. A study by Penn researchers explores the role of change agents in trying to reach that goal.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The GM Strike: What Are the Mounting Costs?
Striking GM workers are seeking to win back concessions the UAW made to the automaker during the Great Recession. But it will be tough for the two sides to come together, experts said.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The ‘Trust Deficit' at the Heart of the GM Strike
Striking GM workers are seeking to win back concessions the UAW made to the automaker during the Great Recession. But it will be tough for the two sides to come together, experts said.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Hate Broccoli? Why Your DNA Might Be to Blame
Why does one person love broccoli but another hate it? Your DNA has something to do with it, according to a new book by Indiana University professor Bill Sullivan.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Chinese Investments in Africa: Four Anti-corruption Trends to Watch
U.S. enforcement authorities are increasingly targeting corrupt practices among Chinese companies in Africa. Four trends are worth watching, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

Why Being a Celebrity Is Big Business
In her new book, Columbia University professor Sharon Marcus traces the history of celebrity culture and shows how the biggest stars stay relevant by learning how to manipulate the media of their day.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 19, 2019

The Dangers of Vaping: Making the Case for Tighter Regulation
New research from Penn Medicine shows that just one instance of non-nicotine vaping stresses blood vessels, highlighting the need for more regulation of the sector.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

Are Negative Interest Rates on the Way in the U.S.?
The U.S. could be headed for negative interest rate territory. Experts from Wharton and Michigan State University discuss the implications for the U.S. economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

Are Negative Interest Rates on the Way?
The U.S. could be headed for negative interest rate territory. Experts from Wharton and Michigan State University discuss the implications for the U.S. economy.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How a New Startup Aims to Use AI to ‘Amplify Humanity'
With $50 million in seed funding, former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka's new venture -- Vianai -- seeks to harness artificial intelligence as a force multiplier to tackle some of our biggest problems.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How Can Data Analytics Drive Innovation?
New Wharton research examines whether decentralized or centralized organizations are better at using data analytics to innovate.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 17, 2019

How Data Analytics Can Drive Innovation
New Wharton research examines whether decentralized or centralized organizations are better at using data analytics to innovate.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 16, 2019

Curbing Climate Change: 30 Solutions That Could Make an Impact
A new report by experts at the University of Pennsylvania offers solution-oriented proposals for tackling climate change at the federal, state and local levels.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 16, 2019

What's Next for the Digital Living Room?
Fueled by a leap in broadband adoption and the advent of mobile devices and digital assistants, the digital living room is no longer a TV-centric area in the home. But it also still isn't the unified and open ecosystem consumers want.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 13, 2019

Responding to Natural Disasters: Is There a Better Way?
What can governments and non-governmental organizations do to better prepare for, and aid countries in the recovery from, devastating storms? The heads of two NGOs weigh in.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 12, 2019

What Will It Take to Rescue Argentina's Economy?
If he wins in October, presidential hopeful Alberto Fernandez is best positioned to introduce long-term economic reforms in Argentina, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 12, 2019

How to Be an Effective Organizational Maverick
What makes for good mavericks in business? They leave their ego out of it and contribute based on facts, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 11, 2019

Why Most Leadership Skills Are Learned
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams draws on his years of management experience to offer leadership advice in his new book.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 11, 2019

Is Your Company Socially Responsible?
Corporate social responsibility is taking center stage as consumers care more about which firms they patronize. Experts Toby Usnik and Daniel Korschun explain why companies not on board will be left behind.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Could Increased Immigration Improve the U.S. Economy?
A simulation from the Penn Wharton Budget Model finds that the U.S. could increase both employment and GDP by upping the net flow of immigrants. But political headwinds mean any efforts at reform face a long road ahead.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Expecting the Unexpected: How Companies Can Prepare Now for Calamities
Wharton's Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem explain why some firms find creative ways to cope with disasters while others do not.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Amazon's Shipping Challenges: Will Out-of-the-box Solutions Work?
Torn between unsustainable deliver costs and its strategy of wooing customers with low prices, Amazon will need to rethink its business model to ensure continued growth, say experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 10, 2019

Why Partnerships Are the Future for Fintech
As the finance industry grapples with what the next generation of banks and payment systems will look like, it's clear that partnerships are critical for riding the wave of change successfully.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 06, 2019

The Climate Change Debate: Will New Proposals Provide Any Solutions?
Wharton experts discuss climate change proposals from the 2020 presidential candidates.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

Why U.S.-China Supply Chains Are Stronger Than the Trade War
While the trade war between the U.S. and China continues to take its toll, global supply chains provide a "force for reason" in ending the standoff, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

Can the ‘Supercharged' Consumer Save Retail?
Digital retailers can reap significant financial benefits from opening physical stores, according to new research from Wharton and Harvard.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 05, 2019

How Highly Diverse Teams Can Help Untangle Complexity
Teams work best -- and fastest -- when they include a highly diverse group of people from all levels across an organization and are based on the right criteria, notes this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 03, 2019

Why the We Company Looks Like the Me Company
Any analysis of WeWork's potential IPO should begin by examining the management and governance structure and how that may impact the company, writes Wharton's David Erickson in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Sep 03, 2019

Can Cybercriminals Be Stopped?
A new book by journalist and cybersecurity expert Kate Fazzini reveals the true nature of cybercriminals beyond the headlines.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

‘Dream the Impossible': Life Lessons from Keshub Mahindra
Keshub Mahindra was at the helm of one of India's top business groups for five decades. Now aged 95, he shares what life has taught him.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

Can Artificial Intelligence Help Answer HR's Toughest Questions?
New research from Wharton's Peter Cappelli and Prasanna Tambe points out the promise and pitfalls of using artificial intelligence in human resources, where algorithms can't easily replace human decision-making.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 30, 2019

Why Addressing Social Factors Could Improve U.S. Health Care
Successfully addressing social determinants of health -- such as access to food, housing and employment -- could lead to "the greatest opportunity to advance health in our country in a generation," according to one expert.

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