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Behavioral economics could help tackle the complex problem of creating a health insurance system that works for all citizens.
Four economists offer a new way of looking at technological innovation: by expanding beyond theory and accounting for an industry’s historical context.
Recent Wharton research examines how "social information" can affect the outcome of high-stakes decisions, such as choosing that first job.
A new report by the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative looks at the state of U.S. voting technology.
Word-of-mouth testimonials from consumers in cohesive communities drive online sales higher, Wharton research shows.
Forget growth at any cost. Small changes to lift comparable-store performance could work magic to boost profitability in retail, a new study finds.
Companies with non-contractual business models have a tough time predicting future customer activity, and subsequently using it as a measure of firm value. New Wharton research aims to determine what[…]
New Wharton research takes a closer look at the role of emotion in male-dominated organizations, finding that the most fulfilling workplaces are both compassionate and convivial.
Company news affects how its stock reacts. But market reaction also influences corporate decision-making, Wharton research finds.
Now that the GOP is in charge of Congress and the White House, the future of financial regulation -- particularly, the Dodd-Frank Act -- is unclear.