Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni and expert guests. Listen to Knowledge@Wharton Monday through Friday, 10a-12p, EST on SiriusXM channel 111.

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  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    Donna Ginther

    Professor, Economics; Director of the Center for Science Technology & Economic Policy, Institute for Policy & Social Research
    University of Kansas

  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    David Slusky

    Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
    University of Kansas

  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    Gideon Taylor

    Chair of Operations
    Jewish World Restitution Organization

  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    Greg Schneider

    Executive Vice President
    The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany

  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    Jessica Taylor Piotrowski

    Associate Professor, Youth and Media Entertainment; Co-Author of "Plugged In: How Media Attract and Affect Youth"
    University of Amsterdam

  • Past Guest Fri 4/21
    Laura Perna

    University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

  • Past Guest Thu 4/20
    Eric Priest

    Associate Professor; Faculty Director, LL.M. Program
    University of Oregon School of Law

  • Past Guest Thu 4/20
    Joe Starita

    Professor, College of Journalism and Mass Communications
    University of Nebraska

  • Past Guest Thu 4/20
    Jen Gefsky


  • Past Guest Thu 4/20
    James Runde

    Author of "Unequaled: Tips for Building a Successful Career through Emotional Intelligence"

  • Past Guest Thu 4/20
    R. Polk Wagner

    Intellectual Property Professor
    Penn Law

  • Past Guest Wed 4/19
    Scott Sargrad

    Managing Director, K-12 Education Policy
    the Center for AMerican Progress (CAP)


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Dan Loney's broadcasting career has included more than 25 years in the realm of sports, news and business on a variety of formats, including national radio networks The Wall Street Journal Radio Network, ABC Radio and ESPN Radio. On the field, his broadcasting career has included play-by-play for more than 2,100 professional baseball games on the radio and another 500 on television, including work for the YES Network and CN8. His abilities behind the microphone have led to work with several universities in the Philadelphia region, including Princeton University and now, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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