Wharton Business Daily
Are Workers Still Entitled to Pandemic Perks?
Brian Berkey, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School, talks about the ethics of corporations rescinding COVID-related perks.
How to Create a Better Work/Life Balance During the Pandemic
Wharton Professor of Management Nancy Rothbard talks about how to create work/life boundaries during the work-from-home era.
Summer's Big Debate: What Will School Look Like This Fall?
The question of what school will look like this fall is the ongoing question being debated around the country this summer. Dr. David Rubin, Director of PolicyLab at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, provides his perspective on what schools need to be considering if they are going to have a component of in-person learning this fall.
The Coronavirus Has the Upper-hand in the U.S.: Here's Why
Former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden talks about how the US can get control of the Coronavirus pandemic and where we are in the race for a vaccine that's both safe and effective.
What Will the Next Round of Coronavirus Relief Look Like?
Richard Prisinzano, Director of Policy Analysis for the Penn Wharton Budget Model, talks about the GOP's most recent proposal for financial support to assist the American public during the pandemic.
How Can Congress Support the Restaurant Industry?
Tom Colicchio, Head Judge of Bravo Network's Top Chef, talks about the state of the restaurant industry and how Congress can support independent restaurants amid the pandemic.
How Low Will Mortgage Rates Go?
This week, mortgage rates dipped below 3% - the first time they dipped this low in the 50 years Freddie Mac has watched mortgage rates. Sam Chandon, Adjunct Associate Professor of Real Estate at Wharton and Chair and Associate Dean of Real Estate at NYU, talks about the state of the market for both homebuyers and homeowners looking to refinance.
Addressing the Coronavirus Crisis in the United States
Dr. Deborah Birx, White House COVID-19 Task Force Coordinator, spent some time with Wharton Business Daily Host Dan Loney talking about where we are in the United States with the Coronavirus Pandemic, the strategy behind pool testing and why masks and social distancing are important, low-tech tools in curbing the spread of the virus.
How Does the IRS Recover Lost Tax Revenue?
The IRS could provide much more tax revenue to US coffers if it collected tax revenue at a higher rate than it currently does. Natasha Sarin, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, talks to Dan Loney about how the IRS can do this based on an op-ed she co-wrote that recently ran in The Washington Post.