University City Dining Days
Wharton’s Lawton Burns discusses the closure of Philadelphia’s Hahnemann University Hospital and the trend of medical facilities shuttering nationwide.
Wharton’s Brian Feinstein discusses his research on how judicial foreclosure can help states fill the policy gap left by the federal government’s pullback from regulatory enforcement of mortgage-lending.
Wharton Professor of Marketing Patti Williams discusses how brands began to put their do-gooder ethos to the forefront of its value proposition.
Wharton’s Eric K. Clemons discusses the pros and cons of boosting regulations on big technology companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple, after years of being penalized in Europe for anticompetitive practices.
Wharton’s David Zaring explains how the Fed can have enormous influence overseas—and whether there should be more accountability.
Wharton’s Benjamin Lockwood’s research works to determine the optimal rate for so-called sin taxes, like Philadelphia’s tax on soda, and asks at what point does a tax lead to healthier choices?
Climate change poses a significant financial risk to the global economy, and central bankers are concerned. One reason is that serious effects from climate change now look much closer to the horizon than recently thought, says Wharton’s Eric Orts, and central banks are responsible for financial stability.
Wharton’s Barbara Kahn discusses the second-largest retailer’s runaway growth and its place as one of the largest tech companies, and considers whether it has morphed into a monopoly.
Wharton’s Marshall W. Meyer and Penn Law’s Jacques deLisle discuss the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China.
Graduating senior Wilson Fisher will use a Fulbright Award to study photographers and other artists in Ukraine.
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Ioana Marinescu of the School of Social Policy & Practice discusses her findings on universal basic income and its effects on the work force.
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Dean Geoffrey Garrett of the Wharton School commented on China’s economic future and its effects on the world. (Video)
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