Author Archive: Krishna Kaliannan

Krishna Kaliannan is a student in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania. In Penn's School of Engineering and Applied Science, Krishna is pursuing an MSE and BSE in Systems Engineering and a second major in mathematics; in the Wharton School of Business, he is pursuing a B.S. in Economics with a focus in statistics. Krishna is currently conducting research in computational linguistics in the statistics department at Wharton and working with the Wharton Risk Center to revise the National Flood Insurance Program. Penn aside, Krishna enjoys playing tennis and chess.

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One Bold Vision

January 6, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
One Bold Vision

The latest edition of the Wharton Magazine features one of the boldest books I’ve seen in a long time. In “Sustainability: The Future of Value”, Wharton MBA Eric Lowitt takes on a brutal uphill battle, arguing that sustainability is actually critical to the success of a firm. While many firms commit resources to “appearing” sustainable […]

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