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Customer reviews affect the business of online marketplaces in surprising ways, Wharton research finds.
Drug ads increase the number of prescriptions for medications, Wharton research finds, but that doesn't necessarily translate into health benefits.
Recent Wharton research finds that poor people may lack the mental bandwidth necessary to make good choices.
Wharton’s Benjamin Keys finds that the minimum payment on credit card statements is often an anchor that consumers use to decide how much to pay even if they could afford[…]
Recent Wharton research examines a new approach to assigning patients to doctors in the ER.
A recent Wharton report examines what can be done to improve coverage and minimize risks.
New research from Wharton’s Barbara Kahn finds that the way products are displayed affects a shopper’s perception of choice – and, in turn, can impact what and how much they[…]
Space exploration is a complex, highly technical and increasingly expensive endeavor. What’s enabling more private firms to jump into the fray?
Implementing the EPA’s Clean Power Plan initially means higher costs, but ultimately it lowers wholesale electricity prices, according to new Wharton research.
Recent Wharton research looks at how lower interest rates impacted homeowners -- with some surprising results.