The world's richest 62 people have as much wealth as the poorest 3.5 billion. But our alumnus has hope for the free market system.
The World Economic Forum sent 56 young leaders to the Wharton School to work on social innovation and learn from leaders in the field like Katherine Klein.
The School’s wide-ranging impact on the public good includes Executive Education’s efforts in knowledge sharing and engagement in the nation's capital.
HarVa founder Ajay Chaturvedi, GEX’02, earned distinction from the World Economic Forum for his “social capitalistic” efforts in India.
Confidence reigned in Davos this year, but are global business leaders merely being lax?
BD’s Vincent A. Forlenza, WG’80, reports from the World Economic Forum about the future of health care around the world.
Alumnus Gary Phillips conducts research for the World Economic Forum that could reveal the future form of health care delivery systems.
The discussions at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos were grim, yet hope can still be found for developing nations, and perhaps even in the West soon.
In their annual report to the global community, Wharton’s disaster-preparedness experts take a look at the biggest risks facing the world in 2011—and how those risks are interconnected.
At Wharton's Risk Management and Decision Processes Center, researchers are investigating why humans do such a poor job planning for, and learning from, catastrophes.