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New research by Wharton’s Mauro Guillen explores how the long-term effects of monarchies are good for economies.
Did the Founding Fathers actually support limited government, as some suggest? Yale professor Steven Pincus argues otherwise in his new book.
Ukraine’s military has had to transform itself during its conflict with Russia. The story holds leadership lessons for businesses, according to this opinion piece.
Few military leaders hold as much allure for historians as Hannibal. Archaeologist Patrick N. Hunt writes in his new book that much of his success came from strong finances.
The Trump administration's recent waivers of convicted banks have raised questions about banking oversight and the criminal penalty system.
In Iceland, it is now illegal for companies to pay men more than women for the same job. Experts discuss why the policy may work in that country, but might[…]
Europe's economy has surprised almost everyone with a surge of growth over the last couple of years. But will large political challenges derail progress in 2018?
Europe has surpassed the U.S. when it comes to economic performance in recent years. This opinion piece suggests a "Euroboom" is underway, thanks to global investors.
As the U.K. prepares to negotiate terms for leaving the E.U., it is facing a shaky political base, a weakening economy and a lack of bargaining power.
Fresh elections could pave the way to peaceful co-existence for Spain and Catalonia -- although the social and economic impact of the standoff will likely continue well into the future.
Wharton's Philip Nichols and Penn's Mitchell Orenstein discuss the connections between Russian oligarchs, the Kremlin and the 2016 U.S. presidential election.