Education, Business, & Law

Privacy and racial justice in law

In the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, Melany Amarikwa explores the harms perpetuated by TikTok’s unique use of recommendation algorithms.

From Penn Carey Law

How to explain war to children: Tips from Penn GSE

Marsha Richardson, director of Penn GSE’s School and Mental Health Counseling Program, says navigating disturbing current events is challenging, but can be done in thoughtful and supportive ways.

From Penn GSE

‘Ripple Effect’ explores hybrid work

The Wharton School’s faculty research podcast, “Ripple Effect,” delves into the nature and practice of hybrid work via faculty research, and presents it as knowledge employees can use.

From Knowledge at Wharton

Wharton’s Latinx community

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Wharton Latino president Leah Mizrachi and board member Ariana Bedoya Mansilla share their favorite experiences and opportunities with the organization.

From Wharton Stories

Addressing bias in AI

In Policy Lab: AI and Implicit Bias, Penn Carey Law students propose solutions to address intersectional bias in generative AI.

From Penn Carey Law

How to encourage student attendance

From Penn GSE’s Educator’s Playbook, Michael Gottfried highlights approaches that schools and teachers can take to address absenteeism by identifying root causes and creating a supportive environment for all students.

From Penn GSE

In the News

NBC News

Consumers are tired of price increases. Big brands are paying attention

John Zhang of the Wharton School says that many companies are currently more inclined to swallow some of the cost increases they’re shouldering, rather than passing them on to consumers completely.


The Wall Street Journal

FuboTV sues to block ESPN, Warner and Fox sports-streaming service

PIK Professor Herbert Hovenkamp says that joint ventures between media competitors can injure rivals that don’t have access to the same programming.


The Hill

We must protect the right to seek asylum

In a co-authored Op-Ed, Sarah Paoletti of Penn Carey Law says that U.S. immigration and deportation systems are failing to adequately protect people in need of asylum.



Donald Trump’s big election problem—‘likely voters’

Cary Coglianese of Penn Carey Law says that general polls feature members of the public who are expressing more of a feeling about the state of affairs, such as the economy, in comparison with voters who intend to go to the ballot box.


The Wall Street Journal

‘Default’ review: When a nation goes bust

In a book review, David Skeel of Penn Carey Law says that Argentina’s national debt situation indicates the need for a framework for sovereign bankruptcy.