In the News

Knowledge@Wharton
, 8 December 2016
Manufacturing hits all-time high in 2015, but efficiency reduced the jobs
James T. Areddy and Lingling Wei
The Wall Street Journal
, 8 December 2016
New controls could speed up withdrawals and deter foreign investment
Helen Briggs
BBC News
, 7 December 2016
Caesarean deliveries favor large heads in humans and increase need for the procedure
Amy Copley
Brookings
, 7 December 2016
Tariff reductions could keep $80 billion in the continent and boost economies
Shin Hyon-hee
The Investor
, 6 December 2016
South Korea plans to double investment in clean energy research before 2030
Camille Pecastaing
Foreign Affairs
, 6 December 2016
Elections could further strengthen ties between two neighboring powerhouses
Brenda Ekwurzel
EcoWatch
, 5 December 2016
Satellite data support infrastructure planning, agriculture and other industries
John Follain and Chiara Albanese
Bloomberg
, 5 December 2016
But Austria election shows support for the EU
Erika Solomon and Geoff Dyer
Financial Times
, 2 December 2016
Such talks, if underway, sideline the United States
Sonali Prasad, Jason Burke, Michael Slezak and Oliver Milman
The Guardian
, 2 December 2016
The US Export-Import Bank spent more than $30 billion on fossil-fuel projects since 2008
BBC News
, 1 December 2016
UN Security Council holds emergency meeting, but threat of Russian veto prevents action
Pamela Constable
The Washington Post
, 1 December 2016
The government confronts instability and US leadership transition
Robinson Meyer
The Atlantic
, 30 November 2016
Withdrawal could invite international backlash
Caroline Mortimer
The Independent
, 30 November 2016
Refugees have become a pawn for governments
Will Self
New Statesman
, 29 November 2016
Banning fake news is censorship, and the internet remains a resource for fact-checking
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 28 November 2016
To fulfill job promises, Trump must curtail automation and productivity
Mario Margiocco
Project Syndicate
, 28 November 2016
The election could determine the fate of the European Union
The Economist
, 25 November 2016
Leaders talk tough about outsiders, but the controls could spread throughout society
Reid Standish
Foreign Policy
, 24 November 2016
Unpredictability could pose problems for Russia
Alice Evans
The Conversation
, 24 November 2016
Unions strive to increase minimum wage and improve working conditions