“In 1881, Joseph Wharton’s founding mission was to advance society by creating new wealth and economic opportunity in business and public service for all people. The School is now positioned to advance this mission on a grand scale through Wharton CEO. By delivering impactful resources supported by a robust body of research, cultivating a generation of future business leaders, growing Wharton’s capacity to do this work, and supporting positive changes in the sector, Wharton will tackle the systemic challenges associated with economic equity and opportunity."
— Erika James, Dean at the Wharton School
Faculty Research Highlights
COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, Issues, and Insights for Future Research and Action
Stephanie Creary, Nancy Rothbard, 27 co-authors
Uniting Through Differences: Rich Cultural-Identity Expression as a Conduit to Inclusion
Incentivized Resume Rating: Eliciting Employer Preferences Without Deception
Corinne Low, Judd B. Kessler & Colin Sullivan
Wharton CEO Research
CEO Toolkits present a transformative approach to comprehending faculty research. Delivered in convenient PDF format, these toolkits dissect issues like economic racial disparities, improving board diversity, and more into easily digestible insights. They provide actionable recommendations and key takeaways, serving as a valuable resource for business leaders and organizations in their journey towards building equitable and inclusive systems.
The CEO Database is a curated and extensive database of research and articles from our Wharton and affiliated faculty. Encompassing a diverse spectrum of industries and subjects—from insights into diversity training to pay inequality—our database serves as a central source of knowledge that address today’s challenges.
Wharton Coalition for Equity and Opportunity
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