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Apr 13, 2021

Want to Make Retail Customers Happy? Give Them a ‘Wow' Experience
What defines a "wow" depends on the shopper and type of store, but hassle-free customer support is at the top of the list, according to a recent study from Wharton's Jay H. Baker Retailing Center and The Verde Group.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 13, 2021

How Can Financial Institutions Prepare for AI Risks?
Strong governance and risk mitigation are crucial for artificial intelligence to improve business and societal outcomes, according to a recent paper published by Wharton AI for Business.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 13, 2021

Why Older Americans Are Taking on More Debt
A new study that finds older Americans are struggling with debt underscores the importance of financial literacy, says Wharton's Olivia S. Mitchell.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 12, 2021

Biden's Infrastructure Plan: Who Are the Winners and Losers?
Spending on stronger infrastructure and higher taxes will crowd out private investment, ultimately reducing GDP, according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 06, 2021

Who Is Shaping the Future of Autos - Tech Firms or Automakers?
Technology firms are the drivers of disruption across industries, but things will play out differently for automobiles, according to Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 06, 2021

Zoom Meetings Are Here to Stay: Can We Beat the Fatigue?
In an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM, Wharton's Iwan Barankay explains the perils of Zoom fatigue and what companies can do to combat it.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 06, 2021

Less Is More: Redefining the Luxury Goods Market
Conspicuous consumption is giving way to a new ethos called minimalist luxury. Wharton's Pinar Yildirim and John Zhang explain how the makers of high-end goods can respond to this market trend.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 05, 2021

Shopping for a Mortgage? Consider the Trade-offs
Wharton finance professor Michael R. Roberts explains the value of shopping for a mortgage and clarifies the trade-offs homebuyers need to weigh when there is no obvious choice.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 30, 2021

A ‘Small but Mighty' VC Firm Invests in Equity
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks with Stefanie Thomas from Impact America Fund, which has raised $55 million to invest in companies that benefit underserved communities.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 30, 2021

Has the Pandemic Set Female Leadership Back?
During a recent panel discussion hosted by Wharton Dean Erika James, three Wharton faculty examined the pandemic's reverberating effects on women in the workplace.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 30, 2021

What Does It Mean to Be a Courageous Leader? Ask Microsoft's Kate Johnson
At the recent Penn/Wharton Women in Data Science conference in Philadelphia, Kate Johnson, president of Microsoft US, spoke about her career journey, managing and leading change, and Microsoft's efforts to drive diversity and inclusion.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 29, 2021

What Are the Long-term Costs of Virtual Schooling?
Black and low-income students face the highest reduction in lifetime earnings from school closures, according to a report from the Penn Wharton Budget Model.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 23, 2021

Are You Ready for the Hybrid Workplace?
The post-pandemic hybrid workplace will create a power differential that needs to be managed carefully. Wharton's Martine Haas explains how to minimize the risks.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 23, 2021

Why Teams Are the Key to Beating Burnout
Author Paula Davis talks about her new book from Wharton School Press, ‘Beating Burnout at Work,' and how teams, and their leaders, can create cultures that prevent burnout.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 23, 2021

How Can the Luxury Industry Become More Inclusive?
During a recent Leading Diversity@Wharton event, Wharton's Stephanie Creary spoke with two DEI experts from luxury firms about how the industry can truly commit to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 22, 2021

Perspective Taking: A Brain Hack That Can Help You Make Better Decisions
In this piece, Wharton marketing professor and neuroscientist Michael Platt and his co-authors shed light on the neural basis of perspective taking and why it may lead to more innovation and better business outcomes.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 16, 2021

What Does the Future Hold for Fintech?
Financial technology firms are facing a crucial time with regulators questioning whether to grant them charters to offer banking services with fewer regulatory requirements. But allowing Big Tech and other large corporations to set up banks could have significant consequences, says Wharton's David Zaring.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 16, 2021

Fintech Charters: What Does the Future Hold?
Allowing Big Tech and other large corporations to set up banks would fundamentally alter the banking landscape in the U.S., says Wharton's David Zaring in an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 15, 2021

Moving the Middle: How to Get More People to Take Vaccines
A new study led by experts from Wharton and Penn offers three practical suggestions to get those who are hesitant about vaccines off the fence.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 15, 2021

Think Twice Before Paying Off Your Mortgage Early
In this opinion piece, Wharton finance professor Michael R. Roberts suggests that some homeowners should consider investing any extra money they have rather than using it to make additional mortgage payments.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 15, 2021

Why Making Public Colleges Tuition Free Won't Close the Enrollment Gap
College enrollment by low-income students hinges more on college preparedness than on financial constraints, new Wharton research finds.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 09, 2021

How Could the U.S. Vaccine Rollout Be Improved?
Centralization is key to streamlining the process and speeding up vaccination efforts, says Wharton's Gad Allon in an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 09, 2021

How Economic Recovery Hinges on the Vaccine Rollout
Doubling COVID-19 vaccine doses to 3 million a day could boost U.S. employment and GDP, according to a Penn Wharton Budget Model analysis.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 09, 2021

Keeping Workers Safe: What Do the Numbers Say?
Essential workers have a 55% greater chance of contracting COVID-19, compared with nonessential workers, according to a recent study by Independence Blue Cross and Penn that also points to the potential benefits of business closures.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 08, 2021

What's Ahead in the Second Year of COVID-19?
We asked Wharton faculty to tell us what they see in store for the rest of 2021 -- including the economy, remote work, health care, retail, and more.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 02, 2021

GameStop Fallout: Why Regulation Could Hurt Index Investing
Regulators looking to prevent stock price manipulation must not harm the price discovery process that indexers depend on, says Wharton's David Musto in an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 02, 2021

What's Mine Is Ours: How Consumption Is Changing
Firms benefit when consumers feel they "own" a product. But in the sharing economy, goods and services are becoming more experiential and impermanent. New research co-authored by Wharton's Deborah Small explains this shift and offers marketing strategies to help preserve that feeling of "mine."

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 02, 2021

How Artificial Intelligence Can Slow the Spread of COVID-19
A new machine-learning approach to COVID-19 testing that was developed by Wharton's Hamsa Bastani and other experts has produced encouraging results in Greece by identifying more asymptomatic, infected travelers than what conventional random testing would have achieved.

Knowledge@Wharton
Mar 01, 2021

Taming Anxiety: Techniques That Work
In this Nano Tool for Leaders® from Wharton Executive Education, Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer explains two powerful ways to control anxiety and its negative effects.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 23, 2021

How Biases Influence CEOs Throughout Their Careers
CEOs often have a tailwind of strong performance and are expected to be more rational and objective than others. However, they are equally vulnerable to biases, according to a new research co-authored by Wharton's Marius Guenzel.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 23, 2021

Why Early 401(k) Withdrawals Are a Bad Idea
Policymakers are exploring every option to get money in the hands of people to help them cope during the pandemic. But premature, penalty-free withdrawals from retirement accounts could prove too costly down the road, says Wharton's Olivia S. Mitchell.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 23, 2021

Leading Through Hard Times: Lessons From 9/11
The devastating terrorist attack on the World Trade Center nearly 20 years ago left behind painful memories and powerful lessons about how leaders must learn and adapt, write Gregory P. Shea and his co-authors in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 22, 2021

Beyond the Business Case for Diversity: What Leaders Must Do
Scholars David A. Thomas and Robin J. Ely talk with Wharton's Katherine Klein about why the business case for diversity takes pressure off leaders to create a real culture of inclusion.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 16, 2021

Building Diversity into the Venture Capital Ecosystem
During a recent Leading Diversity@Wharton event, Wharton's Stephanie Creary spoke with venture capital experts about the funding gap faced by minority and female founders.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 16, 2021

Why You Need a ‘Challenge Network'
In an excerpt from his new book, ‘Think Again,' Wharton's Adam Grant explains why success often comes from surrounding ourselves with "disagreeable" people - skeptics who can point out blind spots, question assumptions and help us overcome our weaknesses.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 15, 2021

Why Business Model Innovation Matters More Than Ever
A new book by Wharton's Raphael ("Raffi") Amit and Christoph Zott from IESE Business School guides business leaders on how to step back from the pandemic chaos and craft a winning business model innovation strategy for the long game of disruption.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 15, 2021

How COVID-19 Created a Health Care Backlog
A new study co-authored by Wharton's Hummy Song found the number of mammograms declined sharply during the first few months of the pandemic, creating a queue that still hasn't cleared.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 09, 2021

How ‘Trading Frenzies' Affect the Real Economy
Coordinated attacks on a stock could impair a firm's ability to raise capital and lower its valuation, says Wharton's Itay Goldstein.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 09, 2021

‘Making Money Moral': How New Collaborations Are Changing Capitalism
A new book from Wharton School Press explores a growing movement to unlock private-sector investments in new ways to solve global problems.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 08, 2021

Where Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Plan Will Fall Short
The Biden relief package leaves little headroom for economic growth and job gains, according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 08, 2021

What's Next for Jeff Bezos and Amazon?
CEO succession is routine in business, but Amazon isn't like other companies. Wharton's Mike Useem and Barbara Kahn discuss the transition of Jeff Bezos.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 08, 2021

How Neuroscience Can Transform Your Leadership
In the first installment of the Wharton School Press "Meet the Authors" interview series, Michael Platt, a Wharton marketing professor, Penn neuroscience professor and director of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative, talks with Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader about his new book, The Leader's Brain: Enhance Your Leadership, Build Stronger Teams, Make Better Decisions, and Inspire

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 02, 2021

Pull, Don't Push: Designing Effective Feedback Systems
In this Nano Tool for Leaders® from Wharton Executive Education, Wharton's Katherine Klein offers a strategy for getting favorable results from performance evaluations.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 02, 2021

What Makes Some Ads More Shareable Than Others?
Millions tune into the NFL Super Bowl each year to watch the game's entertaining advertisements. A new study co-authored by Wharton's Jonah Berger shines light on the emotions that make people more likely to share what they see.

Knowledge@Wharton
Feb 01, 2021

Why Your Genetic Code's Valuable Secrets Are Threatened
In this opinion piece, Robert Field, Anthony W. Orlando, and Arnold J. Rosoff argue that the Biden administration should make genetic data privacy a top priority.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 29, 2021

What Wall Street's ‘Short Squeeze' Means for Investors and Regulators
Regulators have no clear options in controlling social media-led speculation in stock prices, say Wharton experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 26, 2021

What Makes Songs Popular? It's All About ‘You'
Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger explains why songs with the word "you" are more successful with consumers, and what that could mean for other products.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 25, 2021

Should Universities Try to Capture More Value from Their Research?
On average, universities in the U.S. capture 16% of the value they help create in the startups spawned by their research. Two new papers co-authored by Wharton's David Hsu look at what academic institutions need to consider when it comes to commercializing their IP.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 25, 2021

The Power of People: Why Philanthropy Requires More Than Money
Brigitte Hoyer Gosselink of Google.org talks with Wharton's Katherine Klein about how the tech giant's philanthropic arm leverages financial and human capital to help nonprofits around the world.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 20, 2021

Leading Diversity: How Firms Can Walk the Talk
As part of the Leading Diversity at Work series, Wharton's Stephanie Creary talks to IBM Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Carla Grant Pickens about the company's efforts to create change both inside and outside the office.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 19, 2021

Will Biden's $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan Work?
President-elect Joe Biden's proposed stimulus package is comprehensive and will likely help to move the economy forward, but direct payments could be better targeted to those in need, say Wharton experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 19, 2021

How the U.S. Capitol Attack Is Changing Corporate Values
The violent storming of the U.S. Capitol on January 6 was a "watershed moment" for corporations to reexamine their role in democracy, Wharton's Michael Useem says in an interview with Wharton Business Daily on SiriusXM.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 19, 2021

Which Companies Are Winning in China?
In their new book, Wharton's Karl Ulrich and Lele Sang explore the successes and failures of several well-known companies, including Amazon, in their attempts to enter China's market of 1.4 billion consumers.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 14, 2021

Will Parler Prevail in Its Antitrust Case Against Amazon?
Wharton's Herbert Hovenkamp explains why far-right social media platform Parler faces an uphill court battle in proving that Amazon violated antitrust laws.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 12, 2021

Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid to Ask Sensitive Questions
New research co-authored by Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer reveals that most people don't really mind answering sensitive questions, and asking them doesn't leave a bad impression.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 12, 2021

Will 2020 Be Seen as the Year of the SPAC Bubble?
In this opinion piece, David Erickson explores how the market for special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) exploded in 2020 and what may happen in the future.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 07, 2021

Why Diverse Boards Can Help Close the Wealth Gap
John W. Rogers Jr., founder of Ariel Investments, talks with Wharton's Stephanie Creary about his lifelong effort to get more people of color into boardrooms and key leadership roles.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jan 07, 2021

How Diverse Boards Can Help Close the Wealth Gap
John W. Rogers Jr., founder of Ariel Investments, talks with Wharton's Stephanie Creary about his lifelong effort to get more people of color into boardrooms and key leadership roles.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 22, 2020

How Inclusion Helps Companies Succeed
During a recent Leading Diversity@Wharton event, Wharton's Stephanie Creary spoke with three authors whose books offer deep insights into diversity and inclusion in business.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 22, 2020

Why the Growth of Impact Investing Depends on Data
A lack of data has hampered knowledge of how and whether impact investors achieve their goals. Wharton's Katherine Klein talks with Harvard's Shawn Cole and Chicago Booth's Robert Gertner about how their collaboration will change that.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 22, 2020

How Institutional Reforms Can Power Startups
Venture accelerators see higher numbers of quality startups in countries that lower entry, growth, and exit barriers, according to new research by Wharton's Valentina Assenova.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 21, 2020

Should Companies Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory?
Instead of mandating vaccination, firms should remove any barriers to access and apply other forms of encouragement, says Wharton's Iwan Barankay.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 21, 2020

Should Employers Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory?
Instead of mandating vaccination, firms should remove any barriers to access and apply other forms of encouragement, says Wharton's Iwan Barankay.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 21, 2020

Should Your DNA Data Be Used to Sell Products?
Data collected from genetic testing kits can help marketers customize products for consumers. But a new Wharton study raises red flags over ethics, privacy and the potential for misinformation.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 15, 2020

What Will It Take to Distribute the COVID-19 Vaccine?
The worldwide distribution of the first vaccines to fight COVID-19 will require unprecedented teamwork, says Wharton's Gad Allon.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 15, 2020

How Student Loan Forgiveness Could Increase Inequality
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's promise to forgive student debt might have the unintended consequence of worsening economic inequality, according to new research co-authored by Wharton's Sylvain Catherine.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 15, 2020

What's Wrong with the IPO Process and How to Fix It
While DoorDash and Airbnb successfully completed their much-anticipated IPOs this past week, there has been a lot of scrutiny on how these IPOs were priced and subsequently "popped." Wharton's David Erickson explains what could be done to remedy the disconnect.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 14, 2020

How Mentorship Opens the Path to Opportunity
Alan Bowser, co-head of the Americas Region at Bridgewater Associates, talks with Wharton's Stephanie Creary about the importance of mentorship and making opportunities available to minorities in the workplace.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 08, 2020

The Omnichannel Dilemma: How Retailers Can Get It Right
New research from Wharton's Santiago Gallino and Robert Rooderkerk of Erasmus University offers companies practical advice on how to develop new products that are ready to compete in an omnichannel world.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 08, 2020

Why Trump's Visa Ban Cost Fortune 500 Firms $100 Billion
Eroded stock valuations reflect investor concerns that talent shortages hurt productivity and innovation, says Wharton's Britta Glennon.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 08, 2020

Does the U.S. Need Universal Health Care?
Wharton's Robert Hughes explains the moral and social benefits of universal health care and how such a system might look in the U.S.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 07, 2020

How the Dialogue on Diversity Is Reshaping Business
Former NFL linebacker Kirk Morrison and talent agency founder Phillip Sun talk to Wharton Dean Erika James about how their industries are reacting to pressure for greater diversity and inclusion.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 01, 2020

How to Be an Inclusive Leader
As part of the Leading Diversity@Wharton speaker series, Dean Erika James and AT&T Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Corey Anthony spoke with Wharton's Stephanie Creary about inclusive leadership in times of crisis.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 01, 2020

Why India's V-Shaped Economic Recovery Falls Short
Headlines about India's encouraging economic indicators mask the ground realities, according to new research co-authored by Wharton's Heather Schofield.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 01, 2020

What Role Should Insurers Play in Covering Pandemic Business Losses?
For many small businesses such as restaurants, the denial of "business interruption insurance" for COVID-19 losses spells bankruptcy and closure. Public-private partnerships could help provide a solution, says Wharton's Howard Kunreuther.

Knowledge@Wharton
Dec 01, 2020

COVID-19 and the Myth of Urban Flight
A small percentage of city dwellers are flocking to the suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic, but that won't reverse a 20-year trend toward urbanization in the U.S., according to Wharton's Jessie Handbury.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 24, 2020

What Will Persuade People to Take a Vaccine?
Behavioral scientists at Wharton and Penn are studying the best communication strategies that nudge people into getting vaccinated for the flu, with implications for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 24, 2020

Jeremy Siegel: What's Ahead for the Stock Market?
Encouraging news on a COVID-19 vaccine, "a good election outcome" and strong liquidity are positive signs for the year ahead, says Wharton's Jeremy Siegel.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 23, 2020

Marketing the Future: How Data Analytics Is Changing
Data analytics is at an inflection point as growing concerns about security, privacy, bias and regulation bump up against the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 23, 2020

Conscious Capitalism: Giving All Stakeholders a Seat at the Table
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to Vital Farms investor Karl Khoury and CEO Russell Diez-Canseco about how stakeholders benefit from the ethical pursuit of profit.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 17, 2020

What's Ahead for the U.S. Economy?
President-elect Joe Biden's proposals promise wide-ranging economic gains, but the pandemic will continue to be a huge variable in the near term, according to analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 17, 2020

Beyond Philanthropy: How Corporate America Can Advance Racial Equity
Strong leadership, constant communication and cross-sector partnerships can help corporations deepen their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, according to experts who joined Wharton's Beyond Business discussion series.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 17, 2020

How Corporate America Can Advance Racial Equity
Strong leadership, constant communication and cross-sector partnerships can help corporations deepen their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, according to experts who joined Wharton's Beyond Business discussion series.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 16, 2020

Navigating Digital Turbulence
Wharton's George Day and Paul Schoemaker examine three key principles that underpin organizational vigilance and show how Adobe's leaders used them to great effect.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 16, 2020

Gamification Is Changing How We Work — and Succeed
From motivating employees to maintaining healthy habits, games can help us achieve our goals in surprising ways, say the authors of the revised and updated edition of ‘For the Win.'

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 10, 2020

How Gaming Can Help Learners of All Ages
Wharton Interactive co-founders Sarah Toms and Ethan Mollick are creating the next generation of game-based learning experiences that democratize education and make lessons more memorable.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 10, 2020

If Pandemic Productivity Is Up, Why Is Innovation Slowing Down?
The majority of employees working from home during the pandemic are just as productive, but they aren't collaborating as effectively as before, according to a new study overseen by Wharton management professor Michael Parke.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 09, 2020

Why ESG Investors Are Happy to Settle for Lower Returns
New research by experts at Wharton and elsewhere provides a theoretical framework for how ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing affects stock prices and corporate behavior.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 09, 2020

How the Biden Administration Could Tackle Climate Change
Rejoining the Paris Climate Accord will be a positive step, but options for the new administration will be limited to regulatory tweaks without control of Congress, says Wharton's Brain Berkey.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 03, 2020

How Misinformation Hurts Democracy
While overtly fake news generated by bogus websites can be dangerous, there's greater harm in subtle misinformation that spreads through mainstream media, according to new research.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 03, 2020

Startups Are Finding the Sweet Spot in a Downturn
Small business formations are booming during this pandemic, but startups need buffers against a second or third wave of the virus, says Wharton's Ethan Mollick.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 03, 2020

Why Mispricing the Risks of Sea Level Rise Could Prove Costly
A lead-lag pattern between home sales volumes and prices is delaying a day of reckoning for homeowners in Florida's coastal communities, a Wharton study warns.

Knowledge@Wharton
Nov 02, 2020

Artificial Intelligence Will Change How We Think About Leadership
The increasing attention being paid to artificial intelligence raises important questions about its integration with humanity, according to David De Cremer, author of the book ‘Leadership by Algorithm.'

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 27, 2020

Neuroscience Can Help You Become a Better Leader
Not everyone is a born leader, but a new book by Wharton's Michael Platt says that neuroscience can provide the tools to become one.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 26, 2020

How Incubators Help Entrepreneurs Succeed
Research by Wharton's Valentina Assenova shows that disadvantaged entrepreneurs can grow their companies significantly in terms of revenue and employment by working with incubators.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 26, 2020

Building a Bigger Tent: How VCs Can Support Black Founders
The challenges faced by Black entrepreneurs looking for investors was the topic of the first session in Wharton's new Beyond Business lecture series, hosted by Dean Erika James.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 23, 2020

Bridging Social Justice and the Financial Markets
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to Adasina founder and CEO Rachel Robasciotti about her firm's mission to change the planet through more ethical investing.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 23, 2020

How to Bridge Social Justice and the Financial Markets
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to Adasina founder and CEO Rachel Robasciotti about her firm's mission to change the planet through more ethical investing.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 20, 2020

Will Consumers Spend or Save This Holiday Season?
Retail sales will see modest growth over a holiday season marked by the uneven spending habits of consumers affected by the pandemic, according to experts.

Knowledge@Wharton
Oct 20, 2020

How Data Science Can Win the Debate on Police Reform
Rooting out racial bias in law enforcement starts with better data, according to Wharton's Dean Knox and Princeton's Jonathan Mummolo. Their research is bringing hard science to the emotional debate on police reform.

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