The K@W Network:
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 Bellace says.
Widespread flu vaccinations would be a highly effective life-preserving investment, freeing up hospital capacity for a second coronavirus wave, according to research co-authored by Wharton’s Jules H. van Binsbergen.
Vehicle sales in the United States have fallen to levels not seen since the Great Recession a decade ago. As the economy begins to open up again, the industry’s recovery[…]
In the age of remote work, organizations that are able to build trust between managers and employees will see stronger work relationships as well as performance, writes David De Cremer[…]
When the coronavirus pandemic began, PriceSmart CEO Sherry Bahrambeygui reset the company’s culture and found more productive ways to get things done. In a recent conversation with Wharton’s Mike Useem,[…]
Scenario thinking can help organizations better anticipate and adapt to dramatic changes, increase agility and resilience, and turn uncertainty into advantage, according to the authors of this opinion piece.
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.