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New Wharton research develops a novel method for studying the hiring process, finding that race and gender biases likely impact who gets hired at some of the world’s top firms.
New Wharton research looks at why some vision statements are more powerful than others, and how leaders can craft them effectively.
Recent research from Wharton’s Itamar Drechsler examines bank deposits as a form of monetary policy.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to take on partisan gerrymandering, Wharton's Steven Kimbrough offers solutions for how to more fairly define the boundaries of voting districts.
A legal mechanism called judicial foreclosure can help states fill the policy gap left by the federal government’s pullback from regulatory enforcement of mortgage lenders, says Wharton’s Brian Feinstein.
Bringing out the best in customers can lead to an 86% jump in both referrals and the conversion rates for those receiving the message, notes new research.
New research from Wharton's Ashley Swanson shows that preferred pharmacy networks result in a 1% decrease in Medicare Part D drug costs -- and that could add up.
New Wharton research looks at the spread of breakthroughs in the life sciences, offering new insights on why some ideas take off and others fade away.
In his latest research, Wharton’s Michael Schwert uses a novel data set to examine the pricing of bank loans relative to capital market debt.
High-deductible employer health plans are cheaper for businesses and may also be cheaper for employees. But are they too much of a gamble?