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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.
Former White House infrastructure adviser D.J. Gribbin and Wharton's Kent Smetters discuss the right path forward for improving aging roads, bridges and other transportation systems.
New Wharton research looks at the gender gap among high-achieving math students and its potential implications.
A recent study co-led by Wharton's Gideon Nave attempted to replicate social science experiments published in top journals, with mixed results.
Research from Wharton’s Ryan Dew uses machine learning to help companies develop logos that are consistent with their brand identities.
Lump sum payments of a portion of Social Security benefits are a powerful incentive to convince people to delay retirement, new Wharton research finds.
In a new book, psychologist Dolly Chugh shows how taking deep stock of our unconscious biases can lead to enlightenment.
Private investment in public infrastructure has been on the decline, indicating doubts about the value of these projects in a changing U.S. economy.
New Wharton research finds that shoppers are more likely to seek variety in their buying decisions later in the day.