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In business negotiations, sometimes deflection is a better option than answering a question truthfully. Research co-authored by Wharton’s Maurice Schweitzer explains why.
Familiar hedging options like commodities are no longer safe havens against core inflation, according to new research co-authored by Wharton's Nikolai Roussanov.
Contractors are outsiders who don’t have the social capital needed to be effective managers, but new research from Wharton’s Peter Cappelli shows how they are leveraging their outsider status for[…]
In his latest book, 'The Edge,' Wharton management professor Michael Useem profiles 10 chief executives and shares their strategies for sustained success.
Small investors are reacting to both positive and negative earnings surprises by lifting stock prices, a Wharton study of Robinhood trades reveals.
A new study co-authored by Wharton’s David Asch finds Black patients are dying at higher rates from COVID-19 because of where they are hospitalized.
Companies are increasingly adopting measures to prevent insider trading abuses and the resulting legal and reputation risks, a new study finds.
Ride-hailing companies are spending millions to recruit drivers who left during the pandemic, but the downtime has prompted many gig workers to rethink their jobs, says Wharton’s Gad Allon.
Investors lured by the strong performance of ESG funds may face future disappointment, warns a new research paper co-authored by Wharton’s Luke Taylor.
Middle managers shape the daily experiences of their employees, which means they have the power to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace culture, according to a study by[…]