New research from the Penn Wharton Budget Model finds increasing legal immigration in the U.S. leads to long term fiscal benefits, while policies which legalize unauthorized immigrants increase government debt.
At seven stories and 68,000 square feet, the Wharton-led Tangen is the largest student entrepreneurship hub in the world.
Wharton’s Nikolai Roussanov speaks with Penn Today about the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on the U.S. economy.
A new book by Leeza Garber of the Wharton School tackles the problem of cyber threats, with a focus on how employers can find and hire the right people.
Undergraduates and MBAs get ready to run in the first Wharton 5K since the start of the pandemic.
The Wharton School’s Sarah Hammer sheds light on how the metaverse may impact education, health care, diversity initiatives—and may even help people reduce their reduce carbon footprint.
Wharton’s annual Diversity Case Competition focused on solving problems at the intersection of environmental sustainability and issues relevant to Indigenous communities.
A Wharton research team found that when seeking advice, women and racial/ethnic minorities benefit from explicitly stating their identities.