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Reaching a balanced ‘burn rate’ – not overspending, but not underspending either – is critical for a startup’s survival, according to Wharton research.
New Wharton research takes a closer look at the usefulness and accuracy of performance reviews – with some surprising results.
The debt disaster the U.S. territory is facing has its roots in a range of causes, some of which go back decades. But there are only a few options left[…]
Most U.S. employers have incentive programs designed to nudge workers toward better health. But according to Wharton’s David Asch, those programs don't adequately deal with the human element.
Nobel Laureate William F. Sharpe devised a groundbreaking way to gauge performance of mutual funds and other investment portfolios.
When companies streamlined their retirement plans, employees took fewer risks, paid less in expenses and often increased the size of their return, Wharton research finds.
Which countries are thought of as the best for women? A new Best Countries report and interactive website captures the world’s perceptions of different nations, with some unexpected findings.
Wharton research shows that the framework used by antitrust authorities to find cartels is biased -- but the extent of the skewing is not as big as once thought.
A new book by Wharton’s Jerry Wind and Catharine Hays provides a roadmap for companies to effectively communicate with consumers through every possible touchpoint.
Mining social media data could help identify health risks early, according to researchers at the Penn Social Media and Health Innovation Lab.