Knowledge Expands in India, Australia

In early August, Wharton officials announced that the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales would be the latest affiliate location of Knowledge@Wharton. The new site, to be called Knowledge@Australian School of Business, will feature business news, business research and analysis geared specifically toward Australia and Asia.

Meanwhile, in July, Knowledge@Wharton and the Wall Street Journal announced a partnership to create a new news site dedicated specifically to information about rural India. The site (http://online.wsj.com/public/page/rural-india.html) features India-focused reporting, analysis, interviews, commentary and video from the Journal, Knowledge@Wharton, MarketWatch.com, Barrons.com and AllThingsD.com. News Corp., owner of the Journal, has invested heavily in the Asia-Pacific marketplace and Wharton has also been increasingly focused on the region. India Knowledge@Wharton was launched in 2006 and subscriptions to the site in 2009 are growing faster today than at any time since the site’s launch.

Knowledge@Wharton now boasts a global audience of 1.3 million subscribers and publishes in five languages. An Arabic edition is currently in the works. —C.Q.

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