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Wharton management professor Samir Nurmohamed explains what compels whistleblowers like Facebook’s Frances Haugen to come forward in an organization.
Whether teams or individuals are better at accomplishing tasks depends on the complexity of the work, according to a new study co-authored by Wharton’s Duncan Watts.
Wharton’s Benjamin Keys explains why the red-hot U.S. real estate market isn’t a bubble that’s ready to burst. Home prices are likely to stay high for years to come.
Wharton’s Lindsey Cameron explains why algorithms that monitor worker productivity, like the ones used by Amazon, are a bad idea.
Wharton’s Katherine Klein talks with B Lab co-founder Bart Houlahan about the soaring interest in companies seeking “Certified B Corporation” status and what that means for the social impact movement.
In a new book, Wharton’s Peter Cappelli says the choices employees and employers must make about the future of work could be among the most important they face.
Using more concrete language can improve customer satisfaction, according to new research from Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger.
New research from Wharton’s Sasha Indarte shows the role that bias plays in bankruptcy and the racial wealth gap in the U.S.
Americans would be more likely to claim billions in untapped federal aid if they felt psychological ownership over those benefits, according to a new study from Wharton’s Wendy De La[…]
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sent “three significant messages” on the U.S. economic outlook in his address last month in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, according to Wharton’s Christina Parajon Skinner.