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China’s all-out efforts to address fears over its growth prospects have raised fresh questions about the underlying factors affecting its economy.
China’s yuan depreciation is the latest blow to Latin American commodity exporters. Is it a significant threat to the region’s future growth?
In an interview with Knowledge@Wharton, finance professor Jeremy Siegel says he thinks the Dow ultimately could drop 15% from recent highs before recovering to around 19,000 by the end of the year.
In this opinion piece, Walter G. Montgomery explains the steps executives must take to make organizational communication “an instrument of strategic and tactical navigation.”
At a recent Wharton People Analytics Conference, panelists from business and academia talked about some innovative new ways to apply data analytics to predict employee performance.
Coca-Cola is receiving criticism for funding research that backed exercise over cutting calories. As a result, experts are calling for more transparency in sponsored studies.
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Does technological change increase labor productivity or does it affect all factors of production equally? New Wharton research shows that the truth is somewhere in the middle.
As Greece accepts its third bailout, the country’s people and government face another round of harsh austerity. But does it make sense to impose such policies on an economy that is already in a tailspin?
Summer jobs programs have long been used to provide teens with work experience, and to help keep them out of trouble while school is out of session. But do such initiatives actually achieve those goals?
Is the way to success always straight up? Wharton research shows that for start-ups, sometimes it is better to take a temporary detour.
Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan faces challengers, even as it could potentially bring undeniable gains, Wharton experts say.