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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.
Four economists offer a new way of looking at technological innovation: by expanding beyond theory and accounting for an industry’s historical context.
Recent Wharton research examines how "social information" can affect the outcome of high-stakes decisions, such as choosing that first job.
A new report by the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative looks at the state of U.S. voting technology.
Word-of-mouth testimonials from consumers in cohesive communities drive online sales higher, Wharton research shows.
Forget growth at any cost. Small changes to lift comparable-store performance could work magic to boost profitability in retail, a new study finds.
Companies with non-contractual business models have a tough time predicting future customer activity, and subsequently using it as a measure of firm value. New Wharton research aims to determine what[…]
New Wharton research takes a closer look at the role of emotion in male-dominated organizations, finding that the most fulfilling workplaces are both compassionate and convivial.
Company news affects how its stock reacts. But market reaction also influences corporate decision-making, Wharton research finds.