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Whether it’s with airline tickets, professional sports or ride-sharing services, dynamic pricing is here to stay — but the challenge is implementing it in an effective way.
Italy’s shaky banks could threaten the entire eurozone financial system if officials are not careful in implementing new bailout regulations, notes Franklin Allen, a Wharton emeritus professor of finance.
J. Eric Wright, a venture capitalist based in South Africa, believes the biggest opportunity for entrepreneurs in the continent lies in the consumer space.
The fracking boom in the U.S. is a boon for drivers and other consumers, cutting prices for gasoline, heating oil and other oil-based products. But what has it done for[…]
Does ethnicity influence economics? Oxford professor Derek Penslar says there is no monolithic “Jewish economy.” Rather, certain forms of economic behavior among Jews tended to repeat themselves in many situations.
Despite appearances, China is not on the brink of financial crisis, experts say. Rather, the real risk of the country’s credit overhang is a slow burn that threatens to lay[…]
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[…]
Patrick Harker, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, discusses whether the Fed should be involved in bursting asset or credit bubbles, shadow banking, fintech and what surprised him[…]
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel says despite some negatives from the Brexit, U.S. stocks can still rise 10% to 12% by year-end and European stocks are a buy for longer-term[…]
The ‘financialization’ of banking, and of business in general, has hampered real growth and innovation while exacerbating inequality, writes journalist Rana Foroohar in a new book.