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How to Be an Inclusive Leader
As part of the Leading Diversity@Wharton speaker series, Dean Erika James and AT&T Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Corey Anthony spoke with Wharton’s Stephanie Creary about inclusive leadership in times of crisis.
What Role Should Insurers Play in Covering Pandemic Business Losses?
For many small businesses such as restaurants, the denial of insurance claims for COVID-19 losses spells bankruptcy and closure. Public-private partnerships could help provide a solution, says Wharton’s Howard Kunreuther.
COVID-19 and the Myth of Urban Flight
A small percentage of city dwellers are flocking to the suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic, but that won’t reverse a 20-year trend toward urbanization in the U.S., according to Wharton’s Jessie Handbury.
Jeremy Siegel: What’s Ahead for the Stock Market?
Encouraging news on a COVID-19 vaccine, a good election outcome and strong liquidity are positive signs for the year ahead, says Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel.
What Will Persuade People to Take a Vaccine?
Behavioral scientists at Wharton and Penn are studying the best communication strategies that nudge people into getting vaccinated for the flu, with implications for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conscious Capitalism: Giving All Stakeholders a Seat at the Table
Wharton’s Katherine Klein talks to Vital Farms investor Karl Khoury and CEO Russell Diez-Canseco about how stakeholders benefit from the ethical pursuit of profit.
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The first I listened to was Peter Fader on the iPhone and AppleTV. Not very impressive at all. Fader seems to think Apple hasn't got a clue what its doing and its products are set to go no-where! Are all these Wharton podcasts of this "calibre"? I might try a few more but I am now a bit dubious I have to say.