Survival Strategies for the Post-Attack Economy
is a free online resource that offers the latest business insights,
information and research. Sources include papers that analyze current
trends, interviews with industry leaders and Wharton faculty.
is a now a special section of the site that focuses on Survival
Strategies for the Post-Attack Economy. It contains papers on:
What's in Store for the Capital Markets and the Economy?
Crystal Ball--or Historical Precedent--Can Help Predict Consumer
of Flying: Passengers and Airlines Can Expect Turbulent Times
Will Insurers Deal With Their Most Expensive Catastrophe?
for High-Rises to be Shorter, More Secure and Still Anchored in
Focus on Security and Reconstruction Help Some Industries Thrive?
now on the site's main page are:
New Approach to Valuing Biotech Stocks
J. Cramer Finds Truth & Inspiration in the Shopping Habits
Hong Kong Worry When China Joins the WTO?
the Telecom Meltdown: Too Much Money, Too Little Insight
CFO Sees Economic Recovery in mid-2002
Insider's Scathing Look at E-commerce Excesses
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 11, November 6, 2001
November 6, 2001
Volume 48 Number 11
Packard Foundation awards a fellowship to Dr.
Max Tegmark of physics and astronomy.
Antonio Merlo is named director of the Penn Institute for
Jean Howard has been named the Catherine Bryson Professor.
Sheila Murnaghan has been named the Alfred Reginald Allen
Memorial Professor in Greek.
special section of Knowledge@Wharton,
a Wharton web site, provides Survival Strategies for the Post
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