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In the digital era, companies that have distinguished themselves as disruptors cannot afford to rest on their laurels, according to a new paper from Wharton's Mack Institute.
Recent Wharton research examines how healthy energy in a particular neighborhood can help reduce crime.
Elevated testosterone may lead people to make worse decisions and not question their impulses, new Wharton research finds.
Recent Wharton research examines how retailers can use online data to create more effective pricing policies.
When people talk about innovation, industry disruptors like Uber come to mind. But that’s not the only way to innovate successfully.
Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg, and Wharton management professor and author Adam Grant discuss their new book about how to recover when the unthinkable happens.
Tax reform is a hot topic in Washington, but many questions surround the complex issue, both on the personal and the corporate tax side.
Recent Wharton research analyzes how external auditors and bank regulations affect the discretion that banks have in loan loss provision estimates.
Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
Behavioral economics could help tackle the complex problem of creating a health insurance system that works for all citizens.