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The chaos of eurozone negotiations with Greece is raising questions about Europe's future. An image of a continent in decline is being burnished, say experts from Wharton and elsewhere.
No matter how the Greek drama ends, Europe and the euro will survive, writes Peter Vanham, senior media manager for the World Economic Forum, in this opinion piece.
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel says the impact of the Greek debt crisis, while dire for the country and its citizens, will be restrained.
Events in the eurozone have quickly moved from threats to market shock. Wharton's Mauro Guillen discusses what is likely to unfold. “There is no other way to describe the situation[…]
Research by Wharton’s Vincent Buccola focuses on the question of whose rights should take precedence in the case of a municipal bankruptcy.
Amid the drumbeat to make R&D tax credits permanent, big questions loom over reach and complexity. But what will drive the most innovation?
Policy makers need to focus on spreading awareness of healthy foods among low-income and low-education households, suggests new research by Wharton’s Jessie Handbury.
If eurozone negotiators miscalculate and allow events to spin out of control, they will risk more than a Greek exit – they will put at risk the future of the[…]
Public-private partnerships infrastructure financing are increasingly helping to overcome U.S. funding shortages.
A growing number of municipalities are partnering with private companies to finance and manage needed improvements to their water systems.