126 outstanding early-career researchers honored across seven fields. NEW YORK, February 20, 2024—The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation today announces the names of the 126 early-career researchers who have been selected to receive a Sloan Research Fellowship in 2024. Awarded annually since 1955, the fellowships honor exceptional U.S. and Canadian researchers whose creativity, innovation, and research accomplishments ...Read More
Open-enrollment program will run April 2–5, 2024, at Wharton’s Philadelphia campus PHILADELPHIA, February 6, 2024 – Higher interest rates and market volatility are bringing renewed attention to fixed-income investments, with some institutions and investors taking a closer look at the asset class for the first time in decades. Wharton Finance Professor Michael Roberts calls these investments ...Read More
Open-enrollment program will run March 4-7, 2024 at Wharton’s San Francisco campus PHILADELPHIA, December 11, 2023 – The emergence of generative AI is triggering a transformative shift throughout the culture, operations, and strategies of organizations everywhere. As executives struggle to understand its implications, many are realizing they simply don’t possess the knowledge and tools necessary to ...Read More
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How the starter home became a dying American dream
Fast Company | February 21, 2024
Prof. Joseph Gyourko explains why local zoning ordinances can contribute to a housing crisis.
FuboTV Sues to Block ESPN, Warner and Fox Sports-Streaming Service
Wall Street Journal | February 20, 2024
Prof. Herbert Hovenkamp breaks down FuboTV’s lawsuit against the media companies behind a potential new sports-streaming platform.
What Companies Owe Retirees
The Atlantic | February 20, 2024
Prof. Olivia Mitchell discusses the current retirement landscape.
The Capital One-Discover deal raises thorny issues for Washington
American Banker | February 20, 2024
Prof. Peter Conti-Brown shares his perspective on the Capital One-Discover deal.
Private labels are gaining fans among the public
Marketplace | February 15, 2024
Prof. Americus Reed says dupe videos have helped turn many young consumers onto off brand products.
The risk of working from home
Business Insider | February 15, 2024
Prof. Peter Cappelli discusses the impact of remote work on employee sentiment.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos just saved millions on a recent share sale. Here’s how.
USA Today | February 14, 2024
Prof. Michael Roberts shares his thoughts on Jeff Bezos’ recent move to unload Amazon stock.
Crypto Behavioral Finance: What Makes Celebrity Endorsements Effective?
Forbes | February 13, 2024
Prof. Michael Platt explains the science behind why celebrity endorsements are so effective.
Wharton regains status as best business school for MBAs, according to FT ranking
Financial Times | February 11, 2024
Wharton returns to the No. 1 position for 2024 and tops the research category as well.
Jamie Dimon believes U.S. debt is the ‘most predictable crisis’ in history—and experts say it could cost Americans their homes, spending power, and national security
Fortune | February 11, 2024
Senior Vice Dean Joao Gomes provides perspective on how the national debt could affect consumers.
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