Research by Wharton’s Corinne Low examines the economic trade-offs women face in balancing career and family timing, and the need for more gender-equitable policies.
With the ringing in of the new year, we need to assess what is likely to change as well as what needs to change. It’s probably too late to hope that the media will change its ways or acquire the sense of urgency needed to respond effectively to the real emergencies that require our collective focus, and notably climate change.
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, is improving its public infrastructure, developing a new green corridor and expanding its airport. This might attract investment and increase economic growth.
As Poland prepares for a possible escalation of the war in Ukraine, it has welcomed Ukrainian refugees with open arms. However, refugees from the Global South have been met with barbed wire and walls.
Executives have the most financial power and influence over their industries, so they have access to the information and resources to make water scarcity less of a problem in the future.
Houthi Rebels strike again with stronger and smarter malice. Their intent to harm the humanitarian organizations in their territory is an alarming sign to officialize them as a terror group.
Protests sprang out across Chinese cities in November 2022 as citizens protested harsh lockdowns with escalated surveillance that confined them at home and shuttered businesses.
The revival of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is still on the table for the US. However, recent events surrounding the relationship between Iran and Argentina must cast doubts on the merit of reinstating Tehran into the international community.