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Knowledge@Wharton reports on how U.S.-Cuba relations are likely to unfold following President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba in March.
In a new book, former PIMCO CEO Mohamed El-Erian warns that accommodative central banks’ policies have created a “delusion of liquidity.”
Almost nobody can fully understand big companies’ dense, complex and overlong financial statements, and all those issues are only getting worse. That part is obvious. Why it’s happening is not.
The U.S. Social Security system faces insolvency, says Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell. Fewer young workers are paying into the system relative to rising numbers of longer-living retirees.
Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says the Fed is low on ‘bullets’ to offset a serious slowdown in the U.S. economy, although he does not anticipate one.
In his book 'Dealing with China,' Henry M. Paulson, former Treasury Secretary and Goldman Sachs head, examines the country that has “emerged as our biggest, most formidable economic competitor since[…]
The U.S. and China face many similar challenges and needs. These commonalities could deepen the bond between the two nations, notes Wharton’s Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
This year’s World Government Summit in Dubai showcased the tremendous growth of the U.A.E., the challenges it currently faces and its plans to recapture its legacy of innovation in the[…]
Israel’s U.S. ambassador told a Wharton audience that Israel has a formula for success unmatched by any country in the world.
Jillian Manus of Structure Capital knows capitalism is coming to Cuba – but its transition from developing nation to modern world integration won’t be quite like any other.