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The events in recent weeks threaten to undermine the stability that has made Turkey the world’s singular example of a majority Muslim country with a functioning and enduring democracy.
More people are getting serious about “doing well by doing good,” which means there’s a real need for advice about how to make that work. Julia Balandina Jaquier’s new book[…]
The Volkswagen scandal emphasizes the need to change corporate culture in order to discourage similar violations and encourage executives to follow through on corrective actions, experts say.
The recent Brexit vote underscores the need by nations to pay attention not only to what goes on within their borders, but also to factors that lead to systemic risk[…]
Despite the Brexit vote, Britain will remain a de facto member of the European Union, writes Peter Vanham, Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum, in this opinion piece.
The U.K.'s decision to leave the EU has roiled the markets as uncertainty made investors head for the exits. Wharton professors and other experts discuss the implications of the Brexit[…]
As British citizens cast their votes tomorrow in a referendum on whether the U.K. should leave the European Union, uncertainty runs high over the economic and political repercussions.
In many ways, population-dense European countries are a perfect fit for sharing economy startups -- but, much like the U.S., the region has struggled to figure out how to regulate[…]
A U.K. exit from the European Union could tip the struggling region into recession, says Wharton’s Mauro Guillen.
What’s it like to build a $1 trillion public sector ‘startup’? The secretary general of the European Stability Mechanism explains.