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April 24, 2015 | Feature Stories | Poets & Quants

The World’s Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors

Wharton Professors Keisha Cutright and Jules van Binsbergen were named by Poets&Quants to its 2015 list of the “very best business school professors under 40.”

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April 22, 2015 | In the News | Slate

Prof. Peter Cappelli in Slate

Prof. of Management Peter Cappelli offers commentary on firms losing interest in training their employees.

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April 22, 2015 | In the News | The Globe and Mail

Prof. Ethan Mollick in the Globe and Mail

Prof. of Management Ethan Mollick discusses reasons why crowdfunding is good for more than raising money.

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April 22, 2015 | Press Releases

New $6 million Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Program Supports Social Sciences and Humanities

Philip Tetlock, Wharton Prof. of Management and Penn Prof. of Psychology, is named by Carnegie Corporation to its inaugural class of Andrew Carnegie Fellows, a major annual fellowship program that will provide support for scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

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April 21, 2015 | In the News | NPR

Prof. Kent Smetters on NPR

Prof. of Business Economics and Public Policy Kent Smetters discusses a loophole in the new rules created by the government to help Americans saving for retirement.

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April 21, 2015 | In the News | International Business Times

Profs. Mauro Guillen and Stephen Kobrin in the International Business Times

Prof. of Management Mauro Guillen and Emeritus Prof. of Management Stephen Kobrin discuss the relationship between the United States and Cuba.

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April 21, 2015 | In the News | Forbes

Prof. Kartik Hosanagar in Forbes

Prof. of Operations and Information Management Kartik Hosanagar shares his thoughts on whether it is time for Silicon Valley to pivot.

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Can the EU Solve the Greek Puzzle While Pushing for Growth?

Banque de France Governor Christian Noyer analyzes the roots of the current crisis facing Greece and the Eurozone and looks ahead to the EU’s next steps....

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Why the Google Antitrust Case Is a ‘Step in the Negotiation Process’

The crux of recent antitrust allegations is not the dominance of Google, but whether its dominance harms users....

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Ido Aharoni: Why Brand Capital Is Part of National Security

Ido Aharoni, Israeli consul general to the United States in New York, says that nations must be proactive in building their brand image....

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How PepsiCo Convinced You That Lays Were Cool Again

The Lays “Do Us a Flavor” campaign allows people to express their passion for food — and that’s part of why it’s a success, says PepsiCo global snacks group president Ann Mukherjee....

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Separation of Church and Cubicle: Religion in the Modern Workplace

Workers are increasingly bringing theology into the office, and expecting greater and sometimes surprising forms of accommodation. As a result, religious conflict in the American workplace is up....

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Lessons on Disaster Preparedness from the Nepal Earthquake

The tragic aftermath of the Nepal earthquake that left widespread damage and thousands dead is a clarion call for other countries to become better prepared for disasters....

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Why Financial Literacy Programs Require Long-term Follow-up

A paper co-authored by Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell shows that financial literacy programs are most effective if there are regular follow-ups to reinforce the lessons learned....


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