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Strong state capacity and low economic inequality are more important than being a democracy when it comes to dealing with health emergencies like pandemics, Wharton research shows.
New Wharton research explores why consumers are more willing to share personal information when communicating on a smartphone compared with a computer.
Wharton’s Lawton R. Burns and Ingrid Nembhard have co-authored a five-point strategy guide for health care leaders during these uncertain times.
Research co-authored by Wharton’s Aline Gatignon highlights a major Brazilian cosmetics firm’s business model that helped it overcome skill and talent scarcity in its home country.
Based on research conducted jointly with economist Til Schuermann of Oliver Wyman, Wharton’s Richard Herring says the impact of the coronavirus crisis reveals the importance of designing stress tests that[…]
New research coauthored by Wharton’s Benjamin Keys looks at the roles geographic location and individual characteristics play in the financial struggles of consumers.
New research coauthored by Wharton’s Alice Moon shows that the judgment of others regarding our competency on particular tasks is not as extreme as we tend to think.
From diversified sourcing to inventory buffers, Wharton experts weigh various risk-mitigation strategies businesses could employ to prevent disruptions like those we have seen during the coronavirus pandemic.
New research co-authored by Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell shows that taxing 401(k) contributions instead of taxing payouts -- similar to the way Roth IRAs work -- could backfire.
Wharton's Sigal Barsade explains how to stop emotional contagion, which often spreads during major events such as the coronavirus outbreak.