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A new book from journalist Binyamin Appelbaum shows how economists evolved from overlooked number-crunchers to powerful influencers who reshaped American policy.
New research from Wharton examines the influence of the World Bank’s ease of doing business indicator, which affects policy through bureaucratic, international and domestic political channels.
With its new suburban Atlanta health clinic, Walmart is making a risky move into the provision of primary care services. Two experts discuss whether the strategy will benefit the company and its customers.
Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger’s latest research on persuasive language puts some science behind the notion that it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.
Subsidies and global supply chains are integral to making aircraft. But consumers will eventually pay in the fallout between Airbus and Boeing, experts say.
ICOs are catching on as a new way for startups to raise money. But most don’t succeed. New Wharton research looks at how that can change.
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Workers have been conditioned to check their feelings at the door, but love makes for better business all around, says the author of a new book.
GE’s move trims employee benefits and could depress morale as the company consolidates — and struggles to find a sustainable new business model, note Wharton experts.
Journalist and author Rebecca Fannin dives into what is behind China’s surging dominance in technology, from social media to 5G.
Jeff Kavanaugh, head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute, explains why manufacturers are moving toward a more service-style strategy to build a longer relationship with consumers.
What can governments and non-governmental organizations do to better prepare for, and aid countries in the recovery from, devastating storms? The heads of two NGOs weigh in.