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“If I think about the two bigger economic issues than trade, they are market access and innovation — who’s going to control innovation in the 21st century.”
Dean Garrett on Why Trade Isn’t the Biggest Issue Between the U.S. and China
On the cusp of a new year, we look back on records and firsts, pioneering research and global initiatives, and the people who have made a mark on the Wharton community.
2018: The Wharton Year in Review
Wall Street veteran and Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat, WG’87, shares four lessons from the global financial crisis that she says are “relevant today for all industries.”
The 4 Lessons Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat Learned from the Financial Crisis
Alumna social entrepreneur Gayle Jennings-O’Byrne is changing the market for women entrepreneurs of color.
How This Alumna Is Driving $1 Billion to Women of Color Tech Entrepreneurs
As gender differences in negotiation strategies narrow, Wharton Prof. Peter Cappelli advises women to rely on data to combat bias and persuasion to maintain strong business relationships.
Wharton Prof. Peter Cappelli on the Best Negotiations Strategies for Women Now
Watch: Video Highlights from the 2018 MBA Graduation Ceremony
Some of the brightest minds in business — and business school — shared these words of wisdom, and they’re not just for new grads.
The Most Inspiring Quotes from Wharton’s 2018 Graduation Speeches
Prof. Nancy Rothbard and doctoral candidate Julianna Pillemer discuss their research collaboration on potential conflicts between workplace friendships and organizational goals.
Managing the Dark Side of Workplace Friendships
The first-ever Wharton Global Forum to be held in Australia brought together over 400 attendees for three days of captivating discussions and events.
Networking, Learning, and Geopolitics at the Global Forum in Sydney [Video]
A panelist at the 2018 Penn Health Policy Retreat, Health Care Management Prof. Ingrid Nembhard discussed her new research on how a new role for nurses may be one way to address care coordination failures in health care.
Prof. Ingrid Nembhard Discusses Team Dynamics in Health Care Coordination
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