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Despite great strides in financial technologies, billions of people globally remain financially excluded and underserved, write Amit Sharma and William Mayville. Can meaningful financial inclusion be achieved without sacrificing safety,[…]
A growing number of regional exchanges around the world have started to offer liquid futures and options contracts for commodities, decentralizing risk and reducing the importance of contracts originating in[…]
CEOs are increasingly stepping up to confront public policy issues, in part at the urging of their employees, note the authors of this opinion piece.
There are solid economic reasons for the populist outrage expressed toward elite institutions in many democracies today, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece. What should we do about[…]
The issue of trademarking offensive terms is being visited for the second time in two years by the U.S. Supreme Court. Is it possible for slurs to be reclaimed as[…]
Digital innovation will continue to create many unintended -- and unwanted -- consequences. But AI's rapid advances could run away with us if we do not act soon, notes this[…]
Though women have made great strides in science education and the C-suite, they are largely missing from patents. What should be done?
Capitalism has lost its way, argues economist Paul Collier in his new book, The Future of Capitalism. A review by Peter Vanham from the World Economic Forum looks at possible[…]
Empathy is increasingly a valuable skill for chief strategy officers, notes the author of this opinion piece.
A full active work life will, of course, produce some failures. What counts are the lessons taken from them, writes former Tulane University president Scott Cowen.