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What will it take for a city to become the next Silicon Valley? New Wharton research identifies one key factor -- the trade secrecy laws in a state.
High worker turnover rates in manufacturing can cost companies hundreds of millions of dollars. A new paper co-authored by Wharton’s Ken Moon looks at how firms can keep employees on[…]
Firms often run philanthropic campaigns in hopes of increasing customer loyalty and purchases. But does it always work? Recent Wharton research looks at that question in the context of an[…]
B_verify, a new blockchain-based system created by a team from Wharton, MIT and Boston College, brings greater transparency to a key part of the global supply chain.
When it comes to taxes, people are far more sensitive to losing a dollar than gaining one. New Wharton research shows this psychological bias could be tapped for the public[…]
Brands have long understood that making consumers feel something about their products is a great way to sell to them. But new Wharton research suggests that the types of feelings[…]
Companies have high-value customers and low-value ones, but they all matter for businesses that want to make the most out of them, according to a new book by Wharton’s Peter[…]
Congress's role in federal governance has weakened in recent years, but it could gain more strength by better exercising oversight, Wharton research shows.
Guilt isn’t always a positive trait, but it does make people more conscientious and reliable, and thus more worthy of trust, says Wharton’s Maurice Schweitzer.
Both traditional and digital-first retailers know they need to provide a true omnichannel experience -- but they still struggle to get the balance right.