Which subjects really resonate with today’s students? Professors provide a behind the scenes look at eight impactful classes that help to define the modern Wharton experience.
Online, in-store, creative partnerships — how retailers can get it right
Reforming regulations for ventures could make the entrepreneurial landscape more competitive.
Five simple, science-backed ways to better convey your message
Companies are at a crossroads over how they collect and use consumer information.
Influencing companies to shift strategy and take on society’s pressing issues
How to boost engagement, communicate effectively online, and other business lessons from faculty and alumni
The Wharton professor and co-director of the Behavior Change for Good Initiative discusses her new book aimed at helping individuals and managers inspire meaningful, lasting shifts in behavior.
Research by associate finance professor Luke Taylor examines the impact of ESG stocks on society and investor portfolios.
We asked six Wharton professors to cut through the media (and social media) hype and partisan posturing to forecast the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on their areas of expertise (including one sector that, despite some gloomy predictions, may prove to be immune to the coronavirus).
Why companies should see responsible business practices as a boon to profits and essential for success.
In this excerpt from his new book, professor Mauro Guillén forecasts the impacts of middle classes surging in China and India but shrinking in the U.S. and Europe.
Research from professor Stephanie Creary shows that creating pathways to success for women and racial minorities in business requires a closer look at the many obstacles in their way.
Wharton research suggests that more harmonious bargaining leads to better long-term results.
A new management course examines the opportunities and challenges of doing business in China.
5%: Maximum potential inflation rate in 2021, according to Wharton Russell E. Palmer Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel
Wharton has always been a leader in leadership learning and is ensuring its continued pre-eminence with new offerings.
To survive in an uncertain global economy, business leaders must deliver in the short term while investing in what’s new and risky in the future. We ask experts to share their thoughts on the ideal tools.
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