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Tax reforms proposed as part of the budget reconciliation process would have important consequences for U.S. multinationals’ profit-shifting incentives, and also their competitiveness, according to an analysis by the Penn[…]
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.
In the wake of China’s ban on the use of cryptocurrencies, Wharton’s Kevin Werbach shares insights on the regulatory and other forces that will shape their future.
Research co-authored by Wharton’s Michael Parke shows how both supervisors and peers can be powerful change agents of organizational citizenship behavior.
Firms must weigh the health outcomes of work-related stress in designing incentives, says Wharton’s Marius Guenzel.
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.
Letting employees express their full range of emotions at work can result in better team-building and problem-solving, according to new research from Wharton’s Michael Parke.