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During the last two decades, the internet generally has been regulated lightly. But despite all the advances, was it the right approach given the rise of fake news, cybercrimes, burgeoning[…]
Recent Wharton research offers a compelling defense for antitrust policies that advocate protecting consumers over businesses.
The Arab economies are overly reliant on oil and need to diversify, while Trump’s Jerusalem move is a needless irritant, say experts from Wharton and Johns Hopkins.
Manish Sabharwal, co-founder and executive chairman of TeamLease Services, one of India's leading human resource service companies, outlines a path for greater productivity and growth.
Experts weigh the implications of the upcoming tax bill reconciliation process for individuals and corporations, as well as the impact on the federal deficit beyond 2025.
Proposed tax legislation speeding through Congress will enlarge the deficit and offer meager gains to low- and middle-income groups. It may also open up huge business tax loopholes, says Wharton's[…]
Wharton’s Brian Berkey says it’s not enough to merely agitate for social change -- it’s a moral imperative to give generously to the less advantaged.
Bruce Bartlett, former advisor to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, discusses his new book about the challenge of fake news, and offers some strategies for weeding it[…]
The U.N.'s 2030 sustainable development program aims to engage local stakeholders in development as it seeks to end poverty while protecting the planet.
Wharton's Jeremy Siegel interviews St. Louis Fed president James Bullard about the future of interest rates, inflation, the economy, monetary policy, and the possible over-valuation of stock prices.