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New Wharton research finds that shoppers are more likely to seek variety in their buying decisions later in the day.
Companies are offering everything from free gym memberships to Fitbits, but new Wharton research finds that cash lotteries provide powerful incentives for people to take control of their health.
Current trade wars being waged by the U.S., China and others have overlooked the ways in which companies already consider national interests in their sourcing decisions.
The global financial crisis exacerbated long-term trends including rising student debt and stagnant wages, and left the public with a sense that the system is broken.
New research from the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative offers some solutions that policymakers could pursue to shore up America’s infrastructure.
Wharton's Itay Goldstein and his co-authors have uncovered a very early warning signal on the state of the economy.
New Wharton research examines the development of mortgage-backed securities, and why no one seems to heed the warnings of history.
Does globalization help or hurt companies? Wharton research shows that it lifts all boats, especially weaker firms.
During the financial crisis, the price gap between Treasury bonds and notes became unusually large. Wharton finance professors David Musto and Krista Schwarz explain why.
New Wharton research suggests the heated immigration debate often overlooks the effect immigrants have on capital investment, innovation and firm operations.