The war in Ukraine has sparked doomsday predictions, but one Wharton professor says dependencies between countries are here to stay.
The pandemic’s seismic effects and the devastation of war have given new meaning to one alumna’s efforts to connect Ukrainians with U.S. volunteers for English-speaking practice.
West Coast alumni reunite, the Wharton Impact Tour makes its way around the world, and the MBA Program for Executives expands.
Daniel Farber Huang WG94 and Theresa Menders WG94 recently traveled to Poland, where millions of Ukrainians have fled to since the onset of Russia’s invasion.
A Wharton Customer Analytics senior fellow insists it’s high time to accelerate the energy transition.
Making a case for four Eastern European agricultural sectors that are ripe for growth