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“Regulatory excellence” requires a system of smart management, a lack of corruption, and empathy toward businesses and consumers alike, a Penn expert says.
Free trade agreements such as NAFTA have reconfigured the labor landscape. But the plight of those left behind will not be solved by protectionism, according to Wharton’s Mauro Guillen.
Australia has paved the way for public-private partnerships in infrastructure -- and the U.S. could benefit from following that model, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple leaves open major questions about the right to turn[…]
The Trump administration’s decision last week to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from Canada, Mexico and the European Union will have major ramifications, experts say.
Following Venezuela’s presidential election on Sunday, experts say the country’s economic and humanitarian crises will only worsen unless key players like Russia and China work with the U.S. to find[…]
Hospitals can cut medical bills and raise the quality of care by bundling up multiple services in one bill, notes new research by Penn medicine's Amol Navathe.
New research by Wharton’s Mauro Guillen explores how the long-term effects of monarchies are good for economies.
President Trump’s recently announced plan to lower prescription drug prices could benefit consumers in the short run, but it may end up hurting new drug development, experts say.
Is it possible to end all epidemics? Harvard Medical School's Jonathan Quick says there are steps public institutions can -- but don't -- take to protect society.