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New research by Wharton’s Mauro Guillen explores how the long-term effects of monarchies are good for economies.
China's debt-fueled growth is unsustainable, and a time of reckoning is coming, argues the author of a new book.
Because B2B software is available globally, providers must address the complex requirements of a diverse customer base from day one, according to Compas Global co-founder Yin L. Yin.
Companies that adopt mindfulness and meditation practices for employees see positive returns for individuals and the organization, write two BCG consultants.
Members of Congress questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on the social network’s privacy practices. Here are questions Wharton faculty would have asked.
Companies like Spotify show that offering a pay-for-service model alongside free access can build a strong network and business. Given Facebook’s chellenges, a dual pricing model could be the way[…]
Northeastern University's David DeSteno believes you don't have to be a jerk to get ahead. In fact, gratitude, compassion and pride can lead to better outcomes.
Ten years after the Great Recession began, questions remain about root causes for some analysts. The IMF's Tamim Bayoumi looks at some unexplored areas in a recent book.
Recent Wharton research looks at why banks tend to invest in assets with the lowest risk, and how that behavior can affect the broader economy.
Innovative ideas from young people are driving the successful targeting of poverty, hunger, climate change and health issues.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten required its global workforce to be proficient in English or be demoted. Harvard's Tsedal Neeley examines this strategy in her book.