Wharton School

Why the Anti-Obamacare Ad Blitz May Have Backfired

July 11, 2014

Jonah Berger of the Wharton School is cited for co-authoring a paper about the favorable effects of negative publicity.

Article Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Lean in…Nicely: Women Climbing Corporate Ladder Still Face Backlash

July 14, 2014

Nancy Rothbard of the Wharton School says, “Sometimes women are penalized for initiating negotiations because it goes against the gender role stereotype of being warm and relational.”

Article Source: NBC News

Retirement May Be Even More Expensive Than You Think

July 12, 2014

“Investing for a Lifetime,” by Richard Marston of the Wharton School is reviewed.

Article Source: New York Times

Piketty’s Cure for Income Inequality Hurts the Poor

July 10, 2014

Scott Richard of the Wharton School is cited for co-authoring a working paper titled, “A Rational Theory of the Growth of Government and the Distribution of Income.”

The Astounding Boom in Undergrad Business Education

July 9, 2014

Lori Rosenkopf of the Wharton School sheds light on factors that might have contributed to an increase in applications for the business school’s undergraduate division.

Article Source: Fortune

Let’s Improve Care Website

July 8, 2014

Charlene Wong, Raina Merchant of the Perelman School of Medicine and David Asch of Medicine and the Wharton School contribute their thoughts on improving healthcare.gov.

Article Source: Philly.com

The Uses of Being Wrong

July 7, 2014

Philip Tetlock of the Wharton School and the School of Arts & Sciences is cited for his book Expert Political Judgment.

Tech Selloff Underscores Dangers of IPOs

July 7, 2014

Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School is cited for an article written for The Wall Street Journal about tech stocks.

Article Source: Forbes.com

A Mad Scramble for Young Bankers

July 5, 2014

Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School says, “The investment banks are just not nearly as popular as they were.”

Article Source: New York Times

Former O-Care Adviser: Health Insurers Will Be ‘Dead’ by 2025

July 1, 2014

Ezekiel Emanuel of the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School predicts massive changes in the traditional role of health insurers by 2025.

Article Source: The Hill