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US Tax Bill Update with Michael Knoll, Lori McMillan, and Daniel Hemel
Will the recently passed GOP tax bill only benefit businesses or are there additional benefits for consumers as well? Host Dan Loney talks with Michael Knoll, Professor of Law and Deputy Dean of Center for Tax Law and Policy at Penn Law, Lori McMillan, Professor of Law at Washburn University Law, and Daniel Hemel, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Chicago School of Law, to discuss the final version of the tax bill on Knowledge@Wharton.
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How Can AI Enhance People in the Workplace?14:05Wharton Professor of Management Matthew Bidwell joins the show to discuss the future of people analytics, including AI, humane workplaces, and multi-generational workplaces.
New Deloitte Study Reveals Employee Trust is One of Biggest Business Concerns11:19Deloitte Consulting CEO Dan Helfrich joins the show to discuss the company's Global Human Capital Report.
Why You Should Consider Deferred Income Annuities for Your Retirement Portfolio11:50Executive Director of Wharton's Pension Research Council Olivia Mitchell joins the show to discuss why retirement gets better with annuities.
We're Starting to See a Shift in the Job Market that is Demanding Gen AI Skills12:10Marni Baker Stein, Chief Content Officer at Coursera, joins the show to discuss hot jobs and skills for 2024.
How Corporations Are Taking the Lead on Environmental Governance11:47Wharton legal studies and business ethics professor Sarah Light explains private vs. public environmental governance, and how the former is now an accepted and powerful environmental policy tool, as discussed in her new book, Private Environmental Governance.
Does a Rise in Charitable Giving After an Event Mean a Decline in Political Giving?14:46Wharton Associate Professor of Marketing Pinar Yildirim joins the show to discuss her new working paper comparing the effects of political and charitable giving on people.
Will the Government Shut Down in 2024?17:08Jonathan Silver, CEO of Affinity Solutions, joins the show to discuss what a potential government shutdown could mean for consumer spending and how retailers can prepare.
Why We Should Avoid the Effort to "Break Up" Big Tech14:19Herb Hovenkamp, Wharton Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics and Penn Carey Law Professor of Law, joins the show to discuss antitrust regulation for digital platforms.
85% of Workers Are Considering Changing Jobs for More Money or Better Work-Life Balance11:28Kory Kantenga, LinkedIn Senior Economist, joins the show to talk about hiring trends. This podcast originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Hiring & Career Development in 2024 special.