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Firms that mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for employees are protecting the workforce and mitigating loss, says Wharton management professor Iwan Barankay.
Small business formation is booming during this pandemic, but startups need buffers against a second or third wave of the virus, says Wharton’s Ethan Mollick.
A high number of working mothers are leaving their jobs during the pandemic, which is exacerbating gender inequality. Solving the problem starts with better policies to support them, Wharton’s Janice[…]
The pandemic has disproportionately hurt weaker segments of society. Wharton’s Guy David discusses why that needs to be addressed.
Taiwan’s government cannot take sole credit for flattening the curve during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. A case study by Wharton’s Steven O. Kimbrough and Christine Chou of[…]
COVID-19 relief measures by the U.S. government and Federal Reserve could be better designed to maximize their positive impacts on the economy, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Tim[…]
Separating employment from pensions and benefits, working longer to tame longevity risk, and expanding financial literacy will be critical, says Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell.
The transition back to a physical workplace promises to come with perils both real and perceived, as well as new kinds of tensions, Wharton experts say.
The quality of their relationships will be the differentiating factor for CFO success, write Catherine Dixon and her co-authors in this opinion piece.
Contact tracing is critical to reopening society. But are the apps for that any good? Penn's Lyle Ungar answers that question and more in this opinion piece.
Great leaders develop talent on a continuous basis, according to Tuck School of Business professor Sydney Finkelstein. In a conversation with Wharton’s Peter Cappelli, he explains why that’s more important[…]