Education, Business, & Law

Fair leases in Philadelphia

Law professor David Hoffman and a team of Penn Carey Law students have created a pathbreaking model lease for Philadelphia that is fair, legal, and free.

From Penn Carey Law

The economy and you

The latest episodes of the Wharton School’s faculty research podcast, ‘Ripple Effect,’ delve into the economics of the U.S. housing market, public policy, the possibility of recession, and the Federal Reserve.

From Knowledge at Wharton

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

In the News

Philadelphia Business Journal

Wharton reclaims top spot in U.S. News MBA rankings, other local schools fall

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Wharton School as the top MBA program in the nation for 2024.



Don’t be fooled by Trump’s failure to endorse a nationwide abortion ban

In an Op-Ed, Serena Mayeri of Penn Carey Law says that a second Trump administration would empower an anti-abortion movement determined to make abortion illegal everywhere.


Business Insider

Business schools are now encouraging students to use AI as they race to prepare them for a new job market

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School is teaching his students to use and understand the capabilities of generative AI.



Hedge funder famous for his ‘black swan’ strategy says there’s ‘something immoral’ about America’s reliance on debt—and future generations ‘will bear the burden for this’

A 2023 study by the Wharton School found that the U.S. has about 20 years left for corrective action to fix the national debt before it hits 200% of GDP.


The New York Times

How much would you pay to make sure you never sawed off a finger?

PIK Professor Herbert Hovenkamp says that the Consumer Protection Safety Commission deals with problems of safety, not competition implications.