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Innovation and the “old way of doing things” would seem to be strange bedfellows. But new research from Wharton’s Laura Huang finds that there are situations where traditionalism can be a help, not a hindrance.
In order to take advantage of Africa’s rapidly growing market for pharmaceuticals, global players must focus on the unique characteristics of African health care systems that can drive scale.
Wharton professor Katherine Milkman discusses the ground-breaking ideas that led to the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Economics to behavioral economist Richard H. Thaler.
TAG Heuer headed off digital disruption by embracing the connected watch, even though it made the company dependent on Silicon Valley. A new case study looks at the development of[…]
Wharton vice dean Karl Ulrich describes the latest shifts in China’s growing bike-sharing market.
E-visits to doctors were supposed to make it easier for physicians to treat patients and create better health outcomes. But it has not turned out that way.
Two innovators are offering free or subsidized workspaces to artists in high-rent cities by repurposing commercial real estate.
New Wharton research looks at why kerosene is used widely in countries with undeveloped electricity grids – and why innovative alternatives aren’t gaining traction.
Crowdfunding is gradually gaining traction in India. But will it deliver like it has in other markets?
Amazon’s patent on “1-Click” ordering, which recently expired, helped jump-start the e-commerce giant’s growth from a virtual bookstore to a massive online marketplace.