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Why You May Not Be as Ready for Retirement as You Think

A new book by Wharton’s Richard Marston dispels some common beliefs about what Americans need to save for retirement.

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An Innovative Way to Improve Care for Chronically Ill Patients

Adopting a new model to treat such illnesses as diabetes and hypertension can cut down on hospital ER visits, according to new research by Wharton professor Guy David and four others.

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Why Location is King for E-commerce, Too

According to a recent research paper and a new book by Wharton marketing professor David R. Bell, “location, location, location” is as relevant in the world of e-commerce as it is in the physical world.

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The Surprising Role the Military Plays in Environmental Protection

While environmental protection is typically thought of as a government regulation issue, other entities — including the military — have an important role to play, Wharton’s Sarah Light says.

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How Two Court Rulings Will Test Obamacare

Conflicting U.S. appeals court rulings could curb participation in Affordable Care Act programs for up to two years by adding high levels of uncertainty, says Wharton’s Scott Harrington.