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Most firms consider social media a must in today’s highly networked world. But new Wharton research shows it’s not simply being on social that matters – it’s how you use[…]
Could your doctor be ordering tests and treatments for you that don’t work very well and aren’t worth the cost? Experts from the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics discuss[…]
The key to remembering may actually be something completely unrelated to your intention – and something that stands out from the routine of everyday life.
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.