The K@W Network:
India’s government has made financial inclusion a major priority. Will the new initiatives work?
A high number of retirees have equity in a home that could generate income, but few tap its potential. Wharton’s Jack Guttentag offers suggestions on how the reverse mortgage market[…]
China’s all-out efforts to address fears over its growth prospects have raised fresh questions about the underlying factors affecting its economy.
China’s yuan depreciation is the latest blow to Latin American commodity exporters. Is it a significant threat to the region’s future growth?
In an interview with Knowledge@Wharton, finance professor Jeremy Siegel says he thinks the Dow ultimately could drop 15% from recent highs before recovering to around 19,000 by the end of[…]
As Greece accepts its third bailout, the country's people and government face another round of harsh austerity. But does it make sense to impose such policies on an economy that[…]
Following last week’s devaluation of the yuan, the focus is shifting to structural impediments China faces on its path to reforms.
David Hansel and Wharton's Sam Chandan discuss what's behind decreased home ownership levels in the U.S.
A new program run by Wharton and Women’s World Banking aims to develop the next generation of talent in emerging countries and to expand low-income women’s access to, and participation[…]
Five years on, has the Dodd-Frank Act achieved or failed to meet its goal of overhauling U.S. financial regulations? So far, its legacy is mixed, experts say.