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January 04, 2017

 
   
   

PUBLIC POLICY

What Will the Next Four Years Bring?

Wharton’s Geoffrey Garrett and two other Penn deans share their insights on how a Trump presidency will shape the country in the years ahead.


 
   

FINANCE

Will Latin America Regain Prosperity in 2017?

Latin America’s major nations are hoping that this will be the year that they finally recover from the lingering impact of weak commodity prices.


 
 
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Omnichannel 2.0: Delivering a Tailored Experience to Customers
Data analytics enables enterprises to delight their customers by delivering customized and integrated omnichannel experiences. Read the paper.

 

Wharton Event

Wharton India Economic Forum
Join industry pioneers, thought leaders, Wharton faculty and students in Mumbai for the 21st WIEF January 6-7, 2017. The two-day event will promote dialogue around the circumstances shaping the current business landscape in India. Register now.

 
   

PUBLIC POLICY

Why Mental Bandwidth Could Explain the Psychology Behind Poverty

Recent Wharton research finds that poor people may lack the mental bandwidth necessary to make good choices.


 
   

TECHNOLOGY

The Piracy Playlist: Can the Music Industry Fight Counterfeit CDs?

That CD you bought on Amazon may look and sound exactly like the real thing. But thanks to a growing number of counterfeiters, there’s a fair chance your disc could be a fake.


 
   

FINANCE

The Peril of Making Minimum Payments on Credit Card Debt

Wharton’s Benjamin Keys finds that the minimum payment on credit card statements is often an anchor that consumers use to decide how much to pay even if they could afford to pony up more.


 
 
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Wharton Digital Press

Coming Soon: New Ebook by Wharton Professors Robert Meyer and Howard Kunreuther
The Ostrich Paradox: Why We Underprepare for Disasters explores the psychological and economic reasons why individuals and communities often under-invest in protection against low-probability, high-consequence events, as well as the steps that they might take to improve decisions. Learn more.

 

Wharton Executive Education

Women’s Executive Leadership: Business Strategies for Success
Gain clarity and confidence through Wharton’s Leadership Program for Women Executives. This week-long program is designed specifically for today’s female executives who aspire to take on greater leadership roles. Learn more.

 
 

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