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Can business executives -- such as those chosen for Trump's cabinet -- run government better, or are the differences too great?
Subsidies and lower battery costs have not been enough to mainstream electric cars. Still, large gains have come amid worries about costs and driving range.
Latin America’s major nations are hoping that this will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices.
Recent Wharton research finds that poor people may lack the mental bandwidth necessary to make good choices.
Will President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed tax cuts and infrastructure spending spark economic growth, but also higher debt, inflation and interest rates?
A recent Wharton report examines what can be done to improve coverage and minimize risks.
Royal Dutch Shell and Boeing are just two companies that have ventured into Iran’s market following the partial removal of sanctions against the country. But nearly a year after so-called[…]
In South Africa, economic resources have been transferred to a new elite, while the poor receive little.
The election results should not be mistaken for a vote on an environmental agenda. Almost 90% of Americans favor expanding solar and wind energy.
Implementing the EPA’s Clean Power Plan initially means higher costs, but ultimately it lowers wholesale electricity prices, according to new Wharton research.