Wharton School

Baby Boomers Worry About Finances, Health Costs

July 29, 2011

Olivia Mitchell of the Wharton School says not all baby boomers have the same retirement options and suggests they push back retirement as long as possible.

Article Source: Associated Press

9/11 Revealed the Benefits of Psychology Are Limited, Review Finds

July 29, 2011

Philip Tetlock of the Wharton School and the School of Arts and Sciences notes that intelligence agencies employ scientists to try to predict the behavior of foreign leaders and terrorists, and that their track record has been mixed.

Article Source: New York Times

Behind Wharton’s Record-Breaking Female Enrollment

July 25, 2011

Ankur Kumar of the Wharton School discusses how the school recruited more female applicants than its competitors.

Article Source: CNNMoney.com

Video: Shiller and Seigel Debate the Debt Mess

July 27, 2011

Jeremy Seigel of the Wharton School debates the American debt crisis.

Article Source: Wall Street Journal

Netflix Proclaims Internet as Future, but Data Caps Loom as Threat

July 25, 2011

Kevin Werbach of the Wharton School comments on customers’ views on usage-based fees.

Article Source: Washington Post

Variety Is the Spice of MBA Life

July 25, 2011

Dean Thomas Robertson, Ankur Kumar and J. J. Cutler of the Wharton School comment on increasing diversity.

Article Source: Financial Times

Wharton Tests Lesson Plan, Teens Gain Business Smarts

July 25, 2011

Knowledge@Wharton and the Graduate School of Education are featured.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Why Creative People Are Rarely Seen as Leaders, and What to Do About It

July 21, 2011

Jennifer Mueller and Adam Grant of the Wharton School comment on how to close the gap between leadership traits and creativity.

Article Source: Psychology Today

Audio: Why Borders Failed While Barnes & Noble Survived

July 19, 2011

Dan Raff of the Wharton School says that “smaller-town America will suffer from the loss of a chain bookstore.”

Article Source: NPR

Assessing the FTC Investigation of Google: No Presumption of Guilt, but Certainly Worthy of Investigation (Part 1)

July 20, 2011

Eric Clemons of the Wharton School shares his op-ed about the recent FTC investigation of Google.

Article Source: Huffington Post