The K@W Network:
A new paper co-authored by Wharton’s Michael R. Roberts shows how government borrowing makes it more expensive for corporations to borrow and invest.
Germany carries a great deal of weight in determining the future of the eurozone and its troubled economies. Could the country be charting a more palatable path to recovery?
As the relationship between the United States and Cuba evolves, so does the potential for U.S. investment in the island nation.
The three credit bureaus this week signed a settlement with the New York AG's office, pledging to repair consumer disputes and increase scrutiny. Will they walk the talk?
Political turmoil and a weakening economic outlook have cast doubt over Thailand’s growth prospects. What will it take for the country to become the region’s next South Korea?
India's new Union Budget highlights a roadmap for the future, but there are no "quick wins" or reforms for the near term.
The economic recovery taking hold in the U.S. may enable workers to claw back jobs, but dramatically higher pay is a much more tenuous prospect.
How open is China’s banking market to growth opportunities for international banks? Accenture’s Sushil Saluja helps weigh different strategies.
The eurozone may have more to lose than Greece should a “Grexit” take place, says Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen.
As British banking giant HSBC battles a scandal over helping tax evaders and criminals, the U.S. financial system must heed warning signals, say experts.