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New Wharton research underscores the growing and important role of passive, or index-style investing.
In the corporate world, businesses are regularly graded on the value of their assets. But when it comes to measuring their knowledge assets, value can be harder to gauge.
Meerkat and Periscope are the latest in socially connected apps that let users broadcast live video from their smartphones. But will they last?
The long quest to re-privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is pushing ahead. Wharton’s Susan Wachter explains where they are heading.
In their new book, Wharton's Michael Useem, Howard Kunreuther, and Erwann Michel-Kerjan examine how Chile's leaders facilitated its rebound after the massive 2010 earthquake.
Doing similar things at one time or infusing variety in your workday could significantly change your perceptions of productivity and how happy you feel, according to new Wharton research.
A new paper co-authored by Wharton’s Michael R. Roberts shows how government borrowing makes it more expensive for corporations to borrow and invest.
A natural experiment created by the Affordable Care Act showed that doctors were more likely to see Medicaid patients if government reimbursement payments were increased.
Since being created by the Affordable Care Act, consumer operated and oriented health plans (CO-OPs) have produced mixed results, Wharton’s Scott Harrington says.
If you’re significantly overweight, personal warmth may be your most powerful weapon against discrimination, says Wharton’s Maurice Schweitzer.