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How Two Court Rulings Will Test Obamacare

Conflicting U.S. appeals court rulings could curb participation in Affordable Care Act programs for up to two years by adding high levels of uncertainty, says Wharton’s Scott Harrington.

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Disruption Ahead: What MOOCs Will Mean for MBA Programs

New Wharton research examines the impact that massive open online courses (MOOCs) will have on business schools and MBA programs.

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Bill George: Authentic Leadership and Letting Your Strengths ‘Bloom’

Best-selling author Bill George discusses his former leadership role as CEO of Medtronic and offers advice for aspiring leaders.

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Innovation and the Three “P’s”: A 360-degree View of Indian Health Care

A new book by Wharton’s Lawton R. Burns finds that health care trends in India and China are replicating what has happened in the U.S.

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The Faulty ‘Mental Models’ That Lead to Poor Disaster Preparation

The greatest challenge of disaster preparation is changing the biases that shape the way people prepare — or cause them not to prepare — for a particular hazard, Wharton research shows.