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The Penn Wharton Budget Model uses data to analyze legislation through a non-partisan lens.
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).
Dean Erika James on the final year of Wharton's More Than Ever campaign and the overwhelming support for reaching its $1 billion goal
Penn Wharton Budget Model projects that job losses and GDP will improve with immediate reopening of businesses and relaxing stay-at-home orders, but deaths could increase by 233,000.
The new Penn LDI “Experts at Home” series kicks off with a panel on the coronavirus pandemic, including perspectives from a Wharton alumna and the Penn Wharton Budget Model.
Experts examined proposals similar to those endorsed by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders during a Penn Wharton Budget Model event.
Experts at the Penn Wharton Budget Model forum in Washington examined cyber warfare and what, if anything, can stop it.
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News organizations are turning to the Budget Model to analyze the legislation's potential economic impact.
To interpret what we’ve seen so far and anticipate where we may be headed, we asked an expert panel of Wharton professors to examine his policies and do the impossible—predict the future for a nation under Trump.
With the new interactive website, politicians — and the public — can cut through partisan noise and predict data-driven results of policy decisions.
Dean Geoffrey Garrett shares the advances being made by the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative's new predictive, interactive Budget Model.