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Associate Professor of Finance
When crude prices were high, Israel’s Leviathan natural gas field had everything going for it. Now, it needs a market.
This week’s referendum in Turkey has implications not only for how the country will be governed, but also for its economy, its efforts to join the European Union and its[…]
Saudi Arabia has unveiled a bold plan to be less dependent on oil. While the plan makes sense in theory, observers say, it is difficult for resource-rich nations to successfully[…]
A Brexit will disrupt trade and hurt businesses both in the U.K. and the EU at a time when Europe needs investments and jobs, according to Wharton experts.
Following an agreement to lift sanctions against Iran, European firms will be quick to pick up where they left off in 2012. But for U.S. companies, a 35-year absence means[…]