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The challenges to feeding the hungry are very different in the developing versus the developed world. But innovative management and technology breakthroughs offer new solutions.
As markets react to Greece’s latest standoff with the European Union, Knowledge@Wharton offers a series of articles exploring what the crisis means for Greece, the eurozone and global markets.
In this special report, students from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies investigate the latest trends and developments shaping today’s global marketplace.
The U.S. public water system needs a massive, long-deferred investment. Neither the public nor the private sector alone is up to the challenge, but a growing number of public-private partnerships[…]
Keeping climate change within manageable bounds will take a massive global effort, requiring the skills and resources of public and private sectors. But do we have the right technology yet,[…]
This special report looks at the forces shaping the ASEAN region in 2015, along with in-depth views of two countries -- Thailand and Indonesia.
Sustainability can be a tough sell to financially stressed hospitals, because many in health care still associate “green” with increased costs. But research confirms that environmental stewardship often leads to[…]
A recent Wharton conference on “Sustainability in the Age of Big Data” explored how rapidly advancing information technologies can be brought together to forestall the worst ravages of global climate[…]
The recent global financial crisis has triggered an increasing presence of the state as an actor and regulator, and state-owned enterprises and sovereign wealth funds are playing an important role[…]
In this special report, speakers from the Wharton Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference 2014 note that weaker-than-expected economic growth may have the virtue of uncovering some diamonds in the[…]