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Airport screenings for Ebola may not be very effective in actually detecting the disease, but they could help lessen the “psychological risk” of panic related to the outbreak.
In response to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Wharton experts and others suggest ways to forge a globally coordinated effort in prevention, containment and development of vaccines.
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[…]
It will take changes in the U.S. legal framework, a shift in consumer mindset and new technology to create better defenses against data breaches like those that have recently plagued[…]
In the wake of major natural disasters in Japan and the U.S., some are questioning: Given the frequency of such devastating events, as well as the likelihood of a sea-level[…]