The K@W Network:
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel interviews Raghuram Rajan of the University of Chicago about his new book on the dangerous weakness of communities -- the foundation for markets and democracy[…]
Recent research from Wharton’s Itamar Drechsler examines bank deposits as a form of monetary policy.
New digital technologies will destroy many jobs and also create new ones. To survive, everyone will need to keep learning, says Infosys president Ravi Kumar.
So far, attempts at transparency in health care fees have not shifted consumer behavior – and too much pricing information could be counterproductive, experts say.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to take on partisan gerrymandering, Wharton's Steven Kimbrough offers solutions for how to more fairly define the boundaries of voting districts.
In a win for business owners and free speech advocates, the Supreme Court has ruled that a fashion designer can trademark a logo deemed profane by the U.S. Patent and[…]
Antony Bugg-Levine, who helped coin the term “impact investing,” and Durreen Shahnaz of social stock exchange IIX, explore ways to take the movement forward.
A legal mechanism called judicial foreclosure can help states fill the policy gap left by the federal government’s pullback from regulatory enforcement of mortgage lenders, says Wharton’s Brian Feinstein.
Facebook’s announcement of its new cryptocurrency has drawn thumbs up from Wall Street, but calls for tough scrutiny from those in the sector.
New research from Wharton's Ashley Swanson shows that preferred pharmacy networks result in a 1% decrease in Medicare Part D drug costs -- and that could add up.