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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.
Higher government debt will crowd out private capital and erode productivity, leaving GDP unchanged, a Penn Wharton Budget Model analysis shows.
Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell explains the reasons behind the federal government’s call to re-examine its pension investments in light of climate change.
The decrease in U.S. business formations in recent decades is the “equilibrium” outcome of higher skills and cheaper capital, according to new research from Wharton’s Sergio Salgado.
Firms that mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for employees are protecting the workforce and mitigating loss, says Wharton management professor Iwan Barankay.
The most recent jobs report shows the U.S. economy is improving, but not for all Americans, writes Wharton professor emeritus Bernard E. Anderson in this opinion piece.
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.
InScribe is a business with a mission to help nontraditional college students. CEO Katy Kappler talks to Wharton’s Sandi Hunt about building a safety net for students to succeed.