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Whether it's with airline tickets, professional sports or ride-sharing services, dynamic pricing is here to stay -- but the challenge is implementing it in an effective way.
A set of recent Supreme Court decisions has granted certain privileges once reserved only for flesh-and-blood citizens to corporations. Recent Wharton research looks at the potential confusions that arise from[…]
Wharton research reveals what should go into corporate or brand names to attract more online traffic.
The fracking boom in the U.S. is a boon for drivers and other consumers, cutting prices for gasoline, heating oil and other oil-based products. But what has it done for[…]
The recent Brexit vote underscores the need by nations to pay attention not only to what goes on within their borders, but also to factors that lead to systemic risk[…]
New research by Penn and Wharton finds that enrollment websites for the Affordable Care Act offer a wide variation of tools designed to help consumers pick the right health plan.
A free federal budget simulation tool developed at Wharton and Penn is producing new thinking around two areas very high on the public agenda: Social Security and immigration.
Wharton’s Raghuram Iyengar explains what his research on referral coupons reveals about customers' behavior when you offer them the “opportunity” to be brand ambassadors.
You're not imagining it: There are more global crises now than in the past decades. Wharton professor Mauro Guillen, author of 'The Architecture of Collapse,' explains why.
New Wharton research examines the delicate balancing act among corporations, politicians and social activists.