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A narrow focus on trade conflicts and less engagement in regional trade and investment efforts may impact the United States in the long run, experts say.
U.S. businesses looking to invest in Cuba face an uncertain policy regime, and national security dangers too loom, say experts.
Obamacare advisor and Penn professor Ezekiel Emanuel looks at innovative solutions for the health care crisis, in his new book.
China is the world’s biggest polluter, but it is investing aggressively in clean energy. What role will it play now that the U.S. has pulled out of the 2015 Paris[…]
People are responsible for their individual actions. But what about the company as an entity?
As Congress considers restructuring the national health care and flood insurance programs, two Wharton professors argue that they must consider the issue of fairness.
The U.K.’s shocking vote has piled more uncertainty on Brexit as Conservatives lost the majority. Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett analyzes the potential fallout.
In India, the world’s largest democracy, 34% of parliamentary members are involved in criminal cases. Does democracy fuel crooked politicians?
Genetic testing tells people if they are predisposed to certain diseases – and it carries major implications for insurers.
Penn's William Burke-White and Columbia's Christopher Sabatini discuss the growing crisis facing Brazilian President Michel Temer.