Although the horrific crisis in Japan seems to be unfolding by the hour, we wanted to pass along this collection of interviews (dated 3/16/2011) from four experts, all who happen to be professors at the Wharton School.
"Crisis in Japan: What will the costs be?" addresses this event from three perspectives: the economic costs, crisis planning, and the global impact.
This is content-rich, with more than 60 minutes of informative discussion, and provides a good context for understanding the future global implications. You might also want to download a pdf of the entire interview to review at a future time.