Knowledge@Wharton, the online research and analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania,disseminates business knowledge and insights to readers around the world.
Launched in May 1999, Knowledge@Wharton encompasses a network of websites, including four regional editions. Universia Knowledge@Wharton, launched in January 2003, is published every two weeks in Spanish and Portuguese. China Knowledge@Wharton, first published in March 2005, appears every other week with articles in simplified and traditional Chinese. India Knowledge@Wharton, also published bi-weekly, was launched in November 2006. Israel Knowledge@Wharton, Wharton’s newest edition, launched October 2012.
Global Outreach and Impact
Catalonia’s Election: What Lies Ahead for Spain and the EU
Wharton’s Mauro Guillen discusses Catalonia’s recent election and what lies ahead. Don’t expect any final resolution on Catalonia’s independence before early 2016, says Wharton management professor Mauro Guillen in this Knowledge@Wharton interview. That is because the September 27 regional vote in Catalonia did not produce clear majority support. Though not…Read More
How China’s Slowdown Affects ASEAN
The economic slowdown in China and accompanying volatility in its financial markets is wreaking havoc in many parts of the global economy as the country’s demand for commodities and other manufacturing inputs wanes. Many countries in East and Southeast Asia are on the front lines of this shift and were…Read More
Feeding the World: Special Report from K@WView All Posts in Knowledge@Wharton »
There are hungry people everywhere. The situation is most dire in the developing world, where the population is slated to increase sharply by 2050, and where there is neither enough food to feed the rapidly growing population nor the infrastructure to store, transport and distribute what food there is. Dramatic…Read More