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President Erdogan must forsake populist policies and accept outside help to readjust the economy, even if this is politically unpalatable, Wharton experts say.
Shimon Peres's son, Chemi, discusses his father's memoir, notably his vision for peace in the Middle East.
New Wharton research looks at why kerosene is used widely in countries with undeveloped electricity grids – and why innovative alternatives aren’t gaining traction.
When crude prices were high, Israel’s Leviathan natural gas field had everything going for it. Now, it needs a market.
A nonprofit is planning to use the blockchain to fight corruption and remedy pollution in the Niger Delta. Will it work?
Israel is famous for its tech prowess. China has deep pockets and is a tech innovator in areas like financial payments. Is there a match in the making?
Hopes have receded for a steady recovery of South Africa’s fragile economy with the downgrade earlier this month of the country’s credit rating to junk status.
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[…]
Credit card reforms in Israel promise to open up the market to new entrants to boost competition and benefit consumers. But will they work?
Recent Wharton research takes a closer look at the trade-offs between how open nations should be to accepting migrant workers and the rights they should be afforded.
Neurosurgeon Teddy Totimeh, a 2016 Eisenhower Fellow, seeks to build a private acute care center in Ghana to improve his country’s state of critical care.