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Wharton's Robert Hughes contends that it doesn't take long to find examples of ethical behavior being practiced even in the absence of serious legal consequences. He finds that laws, even[…]
Many of us job-hop through our careers. But research by Wharton professors Matthew Bidwell and Ethan Mollick shows that the grass is not necessarily greener on the other side.
Wharton’s Pavel Zryumov explores the fundraising process in both hot and cold markets to learn how those conditions impact firm decision-making.
Research by Wharton's Peter Conti-Brown examines the intersection of law, finance, history and politics to paint a more accurate picture of one of America's most venerable institutions.
Research by Wharton’s Matthew Cedergren finds that plaintiffs considering a lawsuit against a firm give serious weight to whether the manager went above and beyond normal reporting requirements.
The more we understand about the mechanisms in the brain that influence decision-making, says Wharton marketing professor Michael Platt, the more we make better choices.
Wharton's Aline Gatignon examines organizational learning and how both employees and managers can smooth out the transitions that come with intellectual growth.
The geographic shape of an urban area is key to understanding its economic development, according to new research by Wharton real estate professor Mariaflavia Harari.
New research from Wharton's Vincent Glode finds that the specific tasks that workers perform in finance have a big impact on how firms compete for their services.
There's more that should go into decision-making than personal benefit, particularly when injustice is in play, says Wharton’s Brian Berkey.