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Wharton’s Benjamin Lockwood offers insight about how the $2.2 trillion federal stimulus package could change the economy when the United States emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
New research coauthored by Wharton’s Alice Moon shows that the judgment of others regarding our competency on particular tasks is not as extreme as we tend to think.
The next few months will be painful, and the key questions involve how we will respond to the pain, writes Wharton’s Eric K. Clemons.
Economic recovery in the U.S. will be slow and require continued relief beyond the current measures, according to experts at Wharton.
When the world is uncertain, leaders at all levels must think strategically, communicate persuasively and act decisively, writes Wharton’s Michael Useem.
As demand soars during the COVID-19 pandemic, shortages of ventilators and ICU beds are forcing doctors to make tough choices about who should get priority in access to care. Can artificial intelligence help guide the process? Gregory P. Shea, Krzysztof “Kris” Laudanski and Cassie A. Solomon discuss this complex question.
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Where the COVID-19 pandemic is headed seems unclear, but a recession is on the way. Wharton’s Mauro Guillen discusses what governments can do about the unprecedented challenge of looming layoffs and crashing markets.
While oil prices plunge, an alternative exists that can take some of the power away from the fossil-fuel juggernauts, say Benjamin and Harvey Rubin in this opinion piece.
Firms have an important role to play in the response to COVID-19, but they should leverage the unique ability of the nonprofit sector to serve hard-to-reach populations during disasters, writes Wharton’s Aline Gatignon.
As COVID-19, the new coronavirus, accelerates the drive toward online learning, how will business schools remain relevant in the age of AI? Anne Trumbore, senior director of Wharton Online, offers her perspective.
From designer street wear to lobster macaroni and cheese, mixing high-end products with low-end elements is a big trend in marketing. New research coauthored by Wharton’s Jonah Berger examines why that’s happening and what it means for brands.