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New research co-authored by Wharton’s Gideon Nave challenges a decade-old theory about a potential cause for autism by showing that administering testosterone doesn’t affect cognitive empathy.
The plan would improve health and longevity in the U.S., but its impact on GDP would depend on how it’s financed, according to a new analysis from the Penn Wharton[…]
The annual ranking of the world’s best countries offers keen insight into global branding. Wharton’s David Reibstein discusses which nations came out on top – and which are the ones[…]
The fortunes of a small set of firms hold powerful pointers to the health of the industries they represent, and also the broader economy, according to new Wharton research.
Are guaranteed payments to every citizen a solution to the widening wealth gap or a detriment to the long-term health of the economy? A pilot program in Stockton, California, is[…]
Superstition-driven investment behavior is often responsible for the high volatility in stock prices, according to new Wharton research.
The Fed and other central bankers need to revisit quantitative easing strategies to achieve a broad-based impact and incentivize business investments, according to new Wharton research.
Using strong-arm negotiation tactics may get you a good deal, but doing so could also harm your long-term working relationship with the other party, leaving you worse off, according to[…]
New Wharton research shows that when people are trying to solve problems, the most effective team discussions happen when participants know what they know – and what they don’t.
New research by Wharton’s Behavior Change for Good Initiative shows that while offering advice benefits the receiver, it also boosts the giver’s self-confidence.