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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.
For any leader, the ongoing presence of heroes is both a cause for celebration and a reason for deep concern, because it indicates a failure of the wider system, writes[…]
Strong state capacity and low economic inequality are more important than being a democracy when it comes to dealing with health emergencies like pandemics, Wharton research shows.
What’s behind the continually bare shelves at grocery stores in some U.S. cities? Wharton experts explain how the crisis has caused supply chain disruptions.
The pandemic will reverse the trends of globalization and urbanization, leading to profound longer-term costs, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.
Measures to protect the population while easing the county’s economic burden could include everything from electronic surveillance to radically altered work environments. Wharton experts weigh the options.
When stores start to reopen, the pandemic will have left an indelible footprint on how U.S. consumer-facing businesses operate, writes the Conference Board’s Denise Dahlhoff in this opinion piece.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, volunteer organizations like Off Their Plate are making an impact on several fronts.
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on American retailers, particularly those that sell nonessential goods such as apparel. What will the sector look like once the viral threat has passed?
How will the world look following the COVID-19 pandemic? A recent Tarnopol Dean’s Lecture at Wharton provided some answers through the lens of three sectors -- health care, finance and[…]
The COVID-19 crisis has forced millions of employees to work from home. Wharton’s Nancy Rothbard offers suggestions for how workers and employers can adjust to the new reality.