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Encouraging news on a COVID-19 vaccine, a good election outcome and strong liquidity are positive signs for the year ahead, says Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel.
Behavioral scientists at Wharton and Penn are studying the best communication strategies that nudge people into getting vaccinated for the flu, with implications for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data analytics is at an inflection point as growing concerns about security, privacy, bias and regulation bump up against the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Wharton’s Katherine Klein talks to Vital Farms investor Karl Khoury and CEO Russell Diez-Canseco about how stakeholders benefit from the ethical pursuit of profit.
President-elect Joe Biden’s proposals promise wide-ranging economic gains, but the pandemic will continue to be a huge variable in the near term, according to an analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model.
Wharton’s George Day and Paul Schoemaker examine three key principles that underpin organizational vigilance and show how Adobe’s leaders used them to great effect.
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From motivating employees to maintaining healthy habits, games can help us achieve our goals in surprising ways, say the authors of the revised and updated edition of ‘For the Win.’
The majority of employees working from home during the pandemic are just as productive, but they aren’t collaborating as effectively as before, according to a new study overseen by Wharton management professor Michael Parke.
New research by experts at Wharton and elsewhere provides a theoretical framework for how ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing affects stock prices and corporate behavior.
Not everyone is a born leader, but a new book by Wharton’s Michael Platt says that neuroscience can provide the tools to become one.
Whether it’s marketing a product or winning an election, change agents never succeed by forcing their beliefs on others, says Wharton’s Jonah Berger.