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Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
Non-car owners have more mobility options than ever -- local car rentals, car sharing, ride-hailing, vanpooling and city bikes.
Boomers and millennials are defying expectations about where they live and how they get around – changing the future of urban mobility.
Today's business leaders so often are driven by metrics, yet creative ideas often lack realistic measures. So how can executives keep creativity alive?
When companies impose tidiness rules, employees will hate the space, hate the company, hate everything, says author Tim Harford.
A new book by Wharton professors Howard Kunreuther and Robert Meyer offers an innovative solution for addressing the biases that prevent people and groups from adequately preparing for disasters.
Regulations don't always evolve as quickly as technological change -- at least that's the perception. So what should policy makers and regulators do?
The bloated U.S. health care industry is poised for disruption, with the network effect providing many benefits.
Virtual reality, robotics and AI will spark a new appreciation for uniquely human traits like collaboration and emotional intelligence in organizations.
Speakers at the recent Wharton India Economic Forum in Mumbai discussed how Indian firms can stay relevant in the face of global competition.
Subsidies and lower battery costs have not been enough to mainstream electric cars. Still, large gains have come amid worries about costs and driving range.