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May 21, 2019

So Your Workplace Is Toxic: How Can You Fix It?
Many workers believe that toxicity has become the new normal at work - and there is a lot both employees and managers can do to combat it.

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May 20, 2019

Collusion over Drug Prices: Will Generic Manufacturers Pay?
A lawsuit alleging that 20 generic drug makers colluded to fix prices reveals how existing market-based, competitive mechanisms fail to protect consumers.

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May 20, 2019

For the Win: Using Connected Strategies to Gain a Competitive Advantage
Technology is the beginning for companies looking to gain the competitive edge. In their new book, Wharton's Nicolaj Siggelkow and Christian Terwiesch explain how a "connected strategy" helps businesses create more value for themselves and their customers.

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May 20, 2019

China Evergrande Group: Strategic Repositioning Toward a Sustainable Growth Model
Over the last 15 years, China Evergrande Group has embarked on an astonishing growth path that saw its four-person team become one of the largest and most well-known real estate developers in China. The company's explosive growth was built on a ‘high debt, high leverage, high turnover, and low cost' model. But those giddy days

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May 20, 2019

Is Amazon Getting Too Big?
Amazon's runaway growth has prompted questions about whether it has become too big, a massive monopoly that has unfairly edged out smaller competitors.

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May 16, 2019

What Really Helps Employees to Improve (It's not Criticism)
Author Marcus Buckingham defied much of HR's accepted wisdom in his keynote at the recent Wharton People Analytics Conference.

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May 16, 2019

Late Bloomers: Why Good Things Come to Those Who Wait
Journalist and self-described late bloomer Rich Karlgaard rejects societal pressure to achieve success at an early age, saying there's plenty of scientific evidence that many people find their talents later in life.

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May 16, 2019

Empowering the Developing World, One Bicycle at a Time
World Bicycle Relief, a nonprofit organization that builds and distributes bicycles in rural areas of the developing world, is the 2019 winner of the Lipman Prize.

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May 15, 2019

Does Diversity Training Really Work?
New research from Wharton examines whether online diversity training really changes the behaviors and attitudes of employees.

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May 15, 2019

The 2019 Wharton Startup Challenge: Finding a Way to Cool India More Efficiently
The winner of the 2019 Wharton Startup Challenge is Aerate, a venture that wants to reduce the devastating effects of climate change by building a more energy efficient air conditioner.

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May 14, 2019

Have Stock Buybacks Gone Too Far?
Supporters of the cuts in corporate taxes argued it would would boost capital investment. But so far the biggest share, by far, has gone to stock buybacks. Wharton's Jeremy Siegel and William Lazonick of the University of Massachusetts look at the impact.

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May 14, 2019

With Losses Galore, Is Uber a Good Stock Investment?
Uber's debut as a public company has been awkward at best, but the bigger question is whether it can fare well in the long run.

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May 14, 2019

U.S.-China Tariffs: Is There an End in Sight?
The sudden escalation of the trade conflict between the U.S. and China could lead to disruptive, permanent shifts in trade and global supply chains.

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May 14, 2019

Why Central Banks Are Taking on Climate Change
Thirty-four central banks signed on to a statement warning that climate change is a significant financial risk to the global economy. Experts explain why they are taking a stand.

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May 10, 2019

The Answer to Populism: Looking Forward, Not Back
There are solid economic reasons for the populist outrage expressed toward all elite institutions in many democracies today, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece. The questions is, what should we do about it?

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May 10, 2019

The Answer to Populism? Looking Forward, Not Back
There are solid economic reasons for the populist outrage expressed toward all elite institutions in many democracies today, writes Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece. The questions is, what should we do about it?

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May 10, 2019

Trademarking Offensive Terms: Can Social Good Come from Bad Words?
The issue of trademarking offensive terms is being visited for the second time in two years by the U.S. Supreme Court. Is it possible for slurs to be reclaimed as a point of pride and inclusion?

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May 09, 2019

The AI Boom: Why Trust Will Play a Critical Role
Digital innovation will continue to create many unintended -- and unwanted -- consequences. But AI's rapid advances could run away with us if we do not act soon, notes this opinion piece.

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May 09, 2019

How Inclusive Capitalism Can Empower the Underprivileged
Firmenich CEO Gilbert Ghostine discusses how his company is developing business solutions to address the needs of low-income consumers in emerging markets.

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May 09, 2019

China's Electric Vehicle Market: A Storm of Competition Is Coming
China is the world's biggest market for electric vehicles -- and conditions are ripe for a shakeout, experts say.

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May 09, 2019

China's Electric Vehicle Market: The Coming Storm of Competition
China is the world's biggest market for electric vehicles -- and conditions are ripe for a shakeout, experts say.

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May 09, 2019

China's Electric Vehicle Market: Why a Storm of Competition Is Coming
China is the world's biggest market for electric vehicles -- and conditions are ripe for a shakeout, experts say.

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May 08, 2019

White Hot: How Silver Forged the World's Economy
New York University professor William Silber's new book focuses on the leading role that silver has played in economics, history and culture.

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May 07, 2019

User-generated Content: How the Medium Impacts the Message
When we write reviews, send tweets or create other online content, the type of device we use matters, according to new Wharton research.

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May 07, 2019

User-generated Content: The Medium Impacts the Message
When we write reviews, send tweets or create other online content, the type of device we use matters, according to new Wharton research.

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May 06, 2019

How Modern Monarchies Are Evolving
With the arrival of a new royal baby in the U.K., it's a good time to look at the evolving state of the modern monarchy, says Wharton's Mauro Guillen.

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May 06, 2019

The Great Rat Race: Why Americans Are Running Out of Time
Trying to balance the competing demands of work, family, finances, technology and self-care has left Americans perpetually pressed for time -- is there any way to get off the treadmill?

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May 06, 2019

Escaping the Rat Race: Why We Are Always Running Out of Time
Trying to balance the competing demands of work, family, finances, technology and self-care has left Americans perpetually pressed for time -- is there any way to get off the treadmill?

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May 06, 2019

Gig Economy Protections: Did the EU Get It Right?
Protections for non-permanent workers laid out by the European Parliament are a move in the right direction, experts say. But countries outside the EU will observe carefully before adopting them.

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May 03, 2019

Are Cryptocurrencies Ready to Break Out of Their Niche?
Cryptocurrencies are poised to advance to a new level as institutional investors and more Wall Street veterans look to get involved -- and the "tourists" exit, experts say.

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May 03, 2019

What Slows Urban Mobility in India — and How to Fix It
Like many countries, India's largest cities are congested. But congestion pricing won't work here because mobility is affected by other factors besides vehicle traffic, according to Wharton research.

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May 02, 2019

Finding STEM's ‘Gone Girls': Why Women Innovators Need a New Deal
Though women have made great strides in science education and the C-suite, they are largely missing from patents. What should be done?

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May 02, 2019

U.S.-China Trade: Is a Deal Imminent?
Former U.S. trade representative Charlene Barshefsky says the U.S. will win some concessions from China in the current trade war. But the President's strong-arm negotiating style could prove costly in the long run.

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May 02, 2019

Can Annuities Help Grow Your Retirement Nest Egg?
New research from Wharton professor Olivia Mitchell looks at how annuities can help secure enough retirement income when the products are included in pension plan menus.

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May 02, 2019

Becoming the Best: Excellent Customer Service Always Wins
If you build a customer-centric business, the money will come. That's the message in a new book by Horst Schulze, co-founder of luxury hotel chain The Ritz-Carlton.

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May 02, 2019

Becoming the Best: Why Excellent Customer Service Always Wins
If you build a customer-centric business, the money will come. That's the message in a new book by Horst Schulze, co-founder of luxury hotel chain The Ritz-Carlton.

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May 01, 2019

How Cash-strapped Millennials Can Take Control of Their Finances
Broke Millennial author Erin Lowry takes the intimidation out of investing and offers practical financial advice for her peers.

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Apr 30, 2019

China's Belt and Road Initiative: Why the Price Is Too High
As it enters its latest phase, China's Belt and Road initiative is facing pushback by partner countries that fear it could lead to unsustainable debt.

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Apr 30, 2019

How Big Data Can Inform Investment Decisions
Investors and managers need more than just reams of information to make good decisions -- they need to know what data are important and how to use them, Wharton research finds.

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Apr 30, 2019

Is Global Consumer Confidence Peaking?
Consumers are mostly happy with their jobs and personal finances, but many remain cautious about spending, say experts at the Conference Board.

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Apr 29, 2019

The Promise and Pitfalls of 5G: Will It Kill Cable?
Expectations are riding high for the next generation of wireless technology, but is 5G ready to compete with wired broadband networks?

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Apr 26, 2019

Preventing the Next Housing Crisis
The overly loose mortgage standards that contributed to the financial crisis are not exactly making a comeback, but some loans today are close to regulatory guardrails meant to prevent a repeat performance. New Wharton research has created a tool that can help regulators know when things may be going too far.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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?

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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.

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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."

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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."

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