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New research by Wharton’s Mauro Guillen explores how the long-term effects of monarchies are good for economies.
Rising commodity prices pegged to Chinese demand will likely push up Latin America's economic growth modestly this year. But potential political setbacks remain a risk, experts say.
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[…]
Iran’s embattled government may respond to recent protests with populist measures -- but those will not necessarily create more jobs, experts say.
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?
Experts discuss the direction the U.S. is heading in regarding environmental protection and conservation, and whether recent policy changes put U.S. businesses at a disadvantage globally.
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.
Combining funds from various sources can help mitigate risks and attract private-sector support, notes the IFC’s Nena Stoiljkovic.
A new book outlines the intertwined history of capitalism and democracy in the United States, and why pragmatism has outweighed ideology.
Recent Wharton research offers a compelling defense for antitrust policies that advocate protecting consumers over businesses.
The Arab economies are overly reliant on oil and need to diversify, while Trump’s Jerusalem move is a needless irritant, say experts from Wharton and Johns Hopkins.