Education, Business, & Law

Is a recession inevitable?

Itay Goldstein, a professor of finance and economics at the Wharton School, talks about the state of the U.S. economy with inflation at a 40-year high.

Dee Patel

Why more companies are standing up on social issues

From the war in Ukraine to anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Florida, companies are increasingly speaking out on social issues. Wharton management professor Stephanie Creary explains why silence is no longer golden for firms.

From Knowledge at Wharton

Facing climate change with optimism

In the course titled Climate Change & the Energy Evolution, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law students learn how to use their legal skills to decarbonize the world’s economy.

From Penn Law

In the News


The Rooted School network: Experiencing success in college and work in high school

An analysis from the Center for Guaranteed Income Research at the School of Social Policy & Practice shows that supplying $50 a week to 10 seniors yielded positive financial and mental results.


The New York Times

The long road to driverless trucks

Steve Viscelli of the School of Arts & Sciences comments on the complexities and uncertainties of the emerging self-driving truck industry.


COVID-19 shutdowns cost tribes millions. Should insurance cover the loss in Oklahoma?

Tom Baker of Penn Carey Law says that varying insurance laws have led state courts to differing opinions on the pandemic and discusses what that might mean for the Cherokee Nation’s argument.



L’Oréal is planning to kill single-use plastic to solve Gen Z’s biggest issue

Recent research from the Wharton School finds that 62% of U.S. consumers prefer buying from sustainable brands.


U.S. News & World Report

The 2022 Best Countries Report ranks Switzerland as No. 1 in the world

The Wharton School has contributed to the U.S. News & World Report 2022 Best Countries ranking, placing Switzerland at No.1 for the fifth time.