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Paying people more to do a physically dangerous job doesn’t absolve companies of the ethical question of whether it is permissible to expose employees to risk, a new Wharton paper[…]
Elon Musk's confrontational behavior with the SEC and seemingly erratic decision making elsewhere are distracting from his core vision for Tesla, say Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie and Charles Elson of[…]
Government intervention could work where market mechanisms have failed to keep prescription drug prices affordable – but policymakers will have a tough time cutting through the finger-pointing from all sides,[…]
The #MeToo movement reached full bloom last year, but will it wither and die in 2019? Experts predict the push for gender equality will continue.
Businesses must do their part to make sure employees can take the time to vote without facing consequences at work, Wharton's Eric Orts writes.
Congress's role in federal governance has weakened in recent years, but it could gain more strength by better exercising oversight, Wharton research shows.
Faith-based groups are increasingly investing in socially and environmentally responsible causes, generating attractive returns to then reinvest.
Two new reports suggest that human beings must change their diets in order to save the planet. But getting people to change lifelong dietary habits is a difficult task that[…]
Have elites rigged the system? A new book, "Winners Take All," argues they do, and in this opinion piece the U.S. media lead for the World Economic Forum offers some[…]
Social media have been "weaponized" with fake news to maximize social discord, writes Wharton professor Eric K. Clemons in this opinion piece. Why does it work so well?