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Everyone knows the dread that comes with standing in a long line. Research co-authored by Wharton’s Hummy Song suggests that knowledge-based industries should rethink how they approach this aspect of[…]
Fixed-income portfolios have performed as well, if not better, than the U.S. stock market in the past five decades, while exhibiting similar or higher levels of volatility, according to new[…]
Easy returns are great for shoppers, but they are becoming a bigger financial liability for stores. New research co-authored by Wharton’s Thomas S. Robertson explains why it’s time for retailers[…]
Taiwan’s government cannot take sole credit for flattening the curve during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. A case study by Wharton’s Steven O. Kimbrough and Christine Chou of[…]
COVID-19 relief measures by the U.S. government and Federal Reserve could be better designed to maximize their positive impacts on the economy, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Tim[…]
Wharton’s Ethan Mollick talks about his new book 'The Unicorn’s Shadow' and the myths that hold entrepreneurs back.
Research by Wharton’s Gerard Cachon explores how the principles of operations management can help explain voter behavior and strengthen democracy.
Widespread flu vaccinations would be a highly effective life-preserving investment, freeing up hospital capacity for a second coronavirus wave, according to research co-authored by Wharton’s Jules H. van Binsbergen.
Nearly a third of all households in India will be in distress without additional assistance, according to a new report coauthored by Wharton’s Heather Schofield.
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.