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Oct 12, 2021

Facebook Whistleblower: Why It Takes a Village
Wharton management professor Samir Nurmohamed explains what compels whistleblowers like Facebook's Frances Haugen to come forward in an organization.

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Oct 12, 2021

Are Teams Better Than Individuals at Getting Work Done?
Whether teams or individuals are better at accomplishing tasks depends on the complexity of the work, according to a new study from Wharton's Duncan Watts.

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Oct 12, 2021

Why the U.S. Housing Boom Isn't a Bubble
Wharton's Benjamin Keys explains why the red-hot U.S. real estate market isn't a bubble that's ready to burst. Home prices are likely to stay high for years to come.

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Oct 05, 2021

Why the SEC Should Limit Its Mandates on ESG Disclosures
The regulator must focus on cash-flow impacts and not societal goals, according to a new statement by the Financial Economists Roundtable. Wharton faculty who are among the statement's signatories weigh in.

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Oct 05, 2021

Why Finance Should Be Mandatory for High School Students (and Their Parents)
Wharton's Michael R. Roberts argues in this opinion piece that a basic understanding of finance will help students and their parents avoid making disastrous decisions, such as taking on excessive student loans.

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Oct 05, 2021

Will China's Ban Hurt Cryptocurrencies?
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.

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Oct 05, 2021

Will China's Ban Kill Cryptocurrencies?
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.

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Oct 05, 2021

Will China's Regulation Kill Cryptocurrencies?
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.

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Oct 04, 2021

How Employees Can Become Better Organizational Citizens
Research co-authored by Wharton's Michael Parke shows how both supervisors and peers can be powerful change agents of organizational citizenship behavior.

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Sep 28, 2021

How Stress Affects CEO Aging and Mortality
Firms must weigh the health outcomes of work-related stress in designing incentives, says Wharton's Marius Guenzel.

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Sep 27, 2021

Bad Bosses: What's Wrong with Labor Algorithms
Wharton's Lindsey Cameron explains why algorithms that monitor worker productivity, like the ones used by Amazon, are a bad idea.

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Sep 27, 2021

How the Pandemic Accelerated the Social Impact Movement
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks with B Lab co-founder Bart Houlahan about the soaring interest in companies seeking "Certified B Corporation" status and what that means for the social impact movement.

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Sep 21, 2021

What's the Future of the Office?
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.

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Sep 20, 2021

How Language Boosts Customer Satisfaction
Using more concrete language can improve customer satisfaction, according to new research from Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger.

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Sep 20, 2021

How Bankruptcy Bias Contributes to the Racial Wealth Gap
New research from Wharton's Sasha Indarte shows the role that bias plays in bankruptcy and the racial wealth gap in the U.S.

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Sep 14, 2021

How to Increase Interest in Government Benefits
Americans would be more likely to claim billions in untapped federal aid if they felt psychological ownership over those benefits, according to a new study from Wharton's Wendy De La Rosa.

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Sep 14, 2021

The Fed, Inflation and Interest Rates: What's Ahead?
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sent "three significant messages" on the economic outlook in his address last month in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, according to Wharton's Christina Skinner.

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Sep 13, 2021

Confronting Ethical and Moral Dilemmas: Don't Go It Alone
In this Nano Tool for Leaders, Wharton's G. Richard Shell explains how "the power of two" can help when you are faced with a moral or ethical dilemma at work.

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Sep 13, 2021

Culture Clash: A Lesson from the Theranos Case
As the trial against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes continues in federal court, Wharton's Lawton R. Burns examines the prickly relationship between technology and health care.

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Sep 07, 2021

All the Feels: How Companies Can Benefit from Employees' Emotions
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.

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Sep 07, 2021

Why Banks Need to Ramp Up Stress Tests
Inflation-driven higher interest rates will have varying effects on banks' resilience, says Wharton's Itay Goldstein.

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Sep 07, 2021

What ‘Jeopardy!' Revealed About Hidden Hiring Bias
America's beloved game show made the same mistake as many companies when it failed to widen the search for a new host, says Wharton's Corinne Low.

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Sep 07, 2021

What Jeopardy! Revealed About Hidden Hiring Bias
America's beloved game show made the same mistake as many companies when it failed to widen the search for a new host, says Wharton's Corinne Low.

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Sep 07, 2021

Should U.S. Companies Stop Relying on China?
Wharton's Gad Allon explains why companies should consider nearshoring to blunt the effects of supply chain issues in China.

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Aug 31, 2021

Would COVID-19 Vaccine Nudges Work?
Patients are more likely to get vaccinated when they receive text reminders that a shot is ready and waiting for them, according to the results of a large field experiment.

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Aug 31, 2021

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Preschool and Childcare Policies
A new analysis from the Penn Wharton Budget Model looks at how both targeted and universal preschool and childcare programs would impact the U.S. economy.

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Aug 30, 2021

Are Emissions Standards Helping to Curb Air Pollution?
Wharton's Arthur van Benthem shares key findings from a forthcoming study on vehicle air pollution and emissions standards, and the takeaways for policymakers and consumers.

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Aug 26, 2021

Belonging, Influence, and Prosperity: Investing in Asian American Communities
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to Sonal Shah, founder of The Asian American Foundation, a new advocacy group that wants to increase visibility, support, and understanding for the third-largest demographic in the U.S.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 24, 2021

Recognizing Deception: How to Spot a Lie
In this Nano Tool for Leaders, Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer and Columbia's Adam Galinsky offer six steps that will improve your ability to spot a lie that could otherwise impact you or your team.

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Aug 24, 2021

Protecting Your Mental Health at Work
As part of the Leading Diversity at Work series, Wharton's Stephanie Creary speaks with two experts about workplace well-being, especially for employees of color facing the "double whammy" of the pandemic and heightened tensions around racial and social justice.

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Aug 24, 2021

How to Design Debt Relief for Maximum Effect
Government interventions in private debt negotiations could be more effective in preventing default waves if they accounted for the connections between lenders and borrowers across the "debt chain," new research shows.

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Aug 24, 2021

What Will Give Electric Cars a Boost in the U.S.?
Wharton's John Paul MacDuffie says building consumer confidence in electric vehicles will help the Biden administration succeed in its plan to cut gas-powered cars and emissions.

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Aug 17, 2021

Disrupting Health Care from the Inside: How Incumbents Can Lead Change
In this opinion piece, Scott Snyder offers six rules to guide established companies to become disruptors in the health care industry.

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Aug 16, 2021

How the $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Would Impact the Economy
Higher government debt will crowd out private capital and erode productivity, leaving GDP unchanged, a Penn Wharton Budget Model analysis shows.

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Aug 16, 2021

Should the Federal Government ‘Green' Its Pension Plan?
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.

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Aug 16, 2021

Why Declining Entrepreneurship in the U.S. Is Not a Concern
The decrease in business formations in the U.S. in recent decades is the "equilibrium" outcome of higher skills and cheaper capital, according to new research from Wharton's Sergio Salgado.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 10, 2021

How Vaccine Mandates Are Helping Companies
Firms that mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for employees are protecting the workforce and mitigating loss, says Wharton management professor Iwan Barankay.

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Aug 10, 2021

Jobs Report: The Economy Is Recovering, but Racial Disparity Persists
The most recent jobs report shows the U.S. economy is improving, but not for all Americans, writes Bernard E. Anderson, the Whitney M. Young, Jr. professor emeritus at Wharton, in this opinion piece.

Knowledge@Wharton
Aug 09, 2021

Why New Managers Need More Help
A new book offers practical guidance for first-time bosses who need help making the tough transition from employee to manager.

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Aug 09, 2021

Is Deflection a Good Business Tactic?
In business negotiations, sometimes deflection is a better option than answering a question truthfully. Research by Wharton's Maurice Schweitzer and T. Bradford Bitterly of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology explains why.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 20, 2021

What Rising Inflation Means for Stock Investors
Familiar hedging options like commodities are no longer safe havens against core inflation, new research co-authored by Wharton's Nikolai Roussanov finds.

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Jul 20, 2021

How Contractors Can Successfully Manage from the Outside
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 the win.

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Jul 20, 2021

Learning to Be a Better Leader
In his latest book, Wharton management professor Michael Useem profiles 10 chief executives who share their strategies for sustained success.

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Jul 20, 2021

How One App Is Making Space for All Students in Higher Ed
InScribe is a business with a social-impact mission to help nontraditional college students. CEO Katy Kappler talks to Wharton's Sandi Hunt about building a safety net for students to succeed.

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Jul 13, 2021

How a New Wave of Retail Investors Is Redefining Stock Pricing
Small investors are reacting to both positive and negative earnings surprises by lifting stock prices, a Wharton study of Robinhood trades reveals.

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Jul 13, 2021

How the Pandemic Has Exposed Racial Disparities in Health Care
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.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 12, 2021

After-action Reviews: A Simple Yet Powerful Tool
This Nano Tool for Leaders offers guidance for creating a culture of continuous performance improvement and adaptive learning by systematically reviewing team successes and failures.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 06, 2021

How Companies Are Working to Curb Insider Trading
Companies are increasingly adopting measures to prevent insider trading abuses and the resulting legal and reputation risks, a new study finds.

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Jul 06, 2021

How Black Women Leaders Navigate the Intersection of Gender and Race
Wharton's Stephanie Creary talks to scholars Ella Bell Smith and Stella Nkomo about the re-issue of their seminal book that examines the vastly different experiences of Black and white women in corporate America.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jul 06, 2021

Black Women Leaders: Navigating the Intersection of Gender and Race
Wharton's Stephanie Creary talks to scholars Ella Bell Smith and Stella Nkomo about the re-issue of their seminal book that examines the vastly different experiences of Black and white women in corporate America.

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Jul 06, 2021

Mortgage Rates Are Low: Why Aren't Minority Homeowners Refinancing?
Structural racism, the pandemic, and other economic barriers are stopping many Black and Hispanic homeowners from taking advantage of low interest rates, says Wharton's Benjamin Keys.

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Jun 29, 2021

High Prices and Long Wait Times: What's Ahead for Uber and Lyft?
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.

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Jun 29, 2021

How Data Science Can Make Hollywood More Diverse
Wharton's Kartik Hosanagar has launched a startup that is using data science to help Hollywood create more inclusive content.

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Jun 29, 2021

Why Green Assets May Not Continue to Outperform
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.

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Jun 28, 2021

How Middle Managers Can Help Make a More Equitable Workplace
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 Wharton's Stephanie Creary and Nancy Rothbard.

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Jun 22, 2021

Changing Someone's Mind: A Powerful New Approach
The more you allow people to participate in the process, the more effective you'll be in convincing them to make certain choices, Wharton's Jonah Berger says in this Nano Tool for Leaders®.

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Jun 22, 2021

Will a Global Minimum Corporate Tax Work?
Coordination among countries will be critical to ensure that some don't undercut the G7 nations' proposed 15% minimum corporate tax, say Wharton experts.

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Jun 22, 2021

Vaccine Passports: Why the Market Should Decide
In this opinion piece, Robert Field argues that the market, not state laws, should determine whether businesses can require proof of vaccination by customers and staff.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jun 21, 2021

The Robots Are Coming. Is Your Firm Ready?
Forget the dystopian vision of robots replacing humans at work. A new study co-authored by Wharton's Lynn Wu shows how automation is increasing the demand for workers, even though it's driving down the need for managers.

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Jun 15, 2021

Why Engine No. 1's Victory Is a Wake-up Call for ExxonMobil and Others
Companies that fail to convincingly address social or environmental risks face erosion of business valuation, says Wharton's Witold Henisz.

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Jun 15, 2021

How ‘Megaproviders' Keep Health Care Costs High
In their new book ‘Big Med,' David Dranove and Wharton's Lawton R. Burns look at the rise of megaproviders -- expansive health care organizations -- and their role in runaway costs.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jun 15, 2021

How Megaproviders Keep Health Care Costs High
In their new book ‘Big Med,' David Dranove and Wharton's Lawton R. Burns look at the rise of megaproviders -- expansive health care organizations -- and their role in runaway costs.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jun 11, 2021

How to Optimize Your Omnichannel Marketing Strategy
Wharton's Raghuram Iyengar explains three major challenges to omnichannel marketing and what firms can do to overcome them.

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Jun 10, 2021

The Opportunities and Dangers of Decentralizing Finance
Decentralized Finance -- or DeFi -- has experienced explosive growth in the past year. But in order for DeFi to fulfill its promise as a disintermediated ecosystem that helps rather than harms, "now is the time to evaluate its benefits and dangers," write Kevin Werbach and David Gogel.

Knowledge@Wharton
Jun 08, 2021

How Companies Can Successfully Navigate Political Risks
Most firms are underprepared and lacking confidence in their ability to navigate geopolitical risks successfully. But proactive risk management strategies with robust governance structures will help avoid common pitfalls, according to an EY-Wharton Political Risk Lab study.

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Jun 08, 2021

How to Bring Your Conscience to Work
Wharton professor G. Richard Shell's latest book, 'The Conscience Code,' teaches employees and managers how to stand up for their values and create a more ethical workplace.

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Jun 08, 2021

How Companies Can Navigate Political Risks Successfully
Companies are facing heightened political risks across the globe but are mostly unprepared to handle them. A new EY-Wharton Political Risk Lab study offers firms guidance on how to manage these risks more proactively.

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Jun 07, 2021

What Will It Take to Close the Wealth Gap?
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to John W. Rogers Jr., founder of Ariel Investments, about what it will take to close the widening racial wealth gap in America.

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Jun 07, 2021

Innovate or Perish: What Businesses Should Learn from the Pandemic
Companies that foster a culture of experimentation are the most likely to survive a crisis because they've learned to be flexible, according to Wharton's Serguei Netessine.

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Jun 01, 2021

Inflation: What Lies Ahead?
The latest rise in the inflation rate to 4.2% for April has fueled expectations that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates and tighten monetary policy - but that will depend on whether this is a temporary change, says Wharton's Itay Goldstein.

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Jun 01, 2021

From Facts to Fake News: How Information Gets Distorted
Information becomes biased and more negative as it's retold from person to person, according to new research from Wharton that sheds light on the dangers of distortion.

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Jun 01, 2021

The Power of Nudges: Maya Shankar on Changing People's Minds
Wharton's Katy Milkman talks to behavioral scientist Maya Shankar about what she's learned during a career that has taken her from the White House to her current role as senior director of behavioral economics at Google and the host of a new podcast about navigating extraordinary change.

Knowledge@Wharton
May 25, 2021

How Far Could Pension Funds Drive Sustainable Investing?
Pension funds could be a formidable force in getting companies to embrace ESG values. Yet they must align those goals with their fiduciary duty of protecting the retirement funds of their members, according to panelists at a recent Wharton conference.

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May 25, 2021

How Impact Investing Can Relieve the Rent Burden
Wharton's Katherine Klein talks to Bobby Turner, founder and CEO of Turner Impact Capital, about his investment model that's creating more affordable rental housing across the U.S.

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May 24, 2021

Why Incentives Won't Raise COVID-19 Vaccination Rates
From free food to million-dollar lotteries, there's no shortage of incentives to entice Americans to take the COVID-19 vaccine. But Wharton's Iwan Barankay says such gimmicks won't increase vaccine uptake because socioeconomic barriers remain in the way.

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May 24, 2021

Will COVID-19 Vaccination Incentives Work?
From free food to million-dollar lotteries, there's no shortage of incentives to entice Americans to take the COVID-19 vaccine. But Wharton's Iwan Barankay says these efforts won't increase vaccine uptake when socioeconomic barriers remain in the way.

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May 20, 2021

Become Happier in Work and Life: The Four-way View
In this Nano Tool for Leaders® from Wharton Executive Education, Wharton's Stewart D. Friedman shows that by looking closely at the different domains of your life — work, home, community, and self — you can clarify what's important to you and see your life from a fresh perspective.

Knowledge@Wharton
May 18, 2021

How Common Ownership of Startups Improves Innovation Efficiency
When venture capital firms own equity in more than one competing startup in an industry, they have the ability to improve innovation efficiency by redirecting their investments away from those that are lagging, a recent study co-authored by Wharton's Luke Taylor shows.

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May 18, 2021

Using Data Analytics as a Source for Change
Companies, organizations, and researchers must view data through a social, political, and cultural lens if they want to solve problems, according to speakers at the 2021 Wharton Annual Analytics Conference.

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May 17, 2021

Want to Become a Better Leader? Question Your Assumptions
Wharton's Adam Grant and Dean Erika James share five ways executives can rethink their assumptions about what it means to be a good business leader.

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May 17, 2021

How to Overcome Cognitive Biases Against Climate Action
Wharton's Howard Kunreuther and Robert Meyer look at what prevents homeowners from undertaking measures that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and how they can be convinced to do so.

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May 11, 2021

Will Biden's American Families Plan Pay Off?
The American Families Plan would cost significantly more than the Biden administration's estimate of $1.8 trillion, according to a new analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model. But the plan's proposals for free education would help to offset some of those costs in the long run.

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May 11, 2021

What Stops Digital Businesses from Succeeding Globally?
In an interview about his new book ‘The Platform Paradox,' Wharton's Mauro Guillén explains why digital platforms can dominate some markets while floundering in others, and what it takes to create a successful global strategy.

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May 10, 2021

Do You Prefer Cats or Dogs? Why Self-expression Increases Giving
People donate more to charity and tip more when they are given a chance to express themselves through choices, according to a new study co-authored by Wharton's Jonah Berger.

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May 04, 2021

Creating Equity in COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Distribution
Wharton's Stephanie Creary and Aline Gatignon talk with Penn Medicine's Dr. Florencia Greer Polite and David Casey of CVS Health about COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and access in communities of color.

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May 04, 2021

Why SPACs Are Booming
For many young companies, merging with a SPAC -- or special purpose acquisition company -- is seen as better route to go public than undertaking an IPO. But increased regulatory scrutiny and other factors could temper the market, say Wharton experts.

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May 04, 2021

How Foreign Work Visas Benefit the U.S. Economy
Foreign workers help boost the American economy by balancing labor supply and demand, says Wharton management professor Britta Glennon.

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May 04, 2021

Want to Get Unstuck? How Science Can Help
Wharton's Katy Milkman shares insights from her new book, How to Change, which offers science-based strategies for creating lasting, effective change.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 27, 2021

Why Regulation Won't Harm Cryptocurrencies
Measures that protect investors and weed out bad actors will boost confidence in cryptocurrencies and help the industry to grow, according to Wharton's Brian Feinstein and Kevin Werbach.

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Apr 26, 2021

How to Strengthen Housing Safety Nets
U.S. homeowners and renters need stronger safety nets than existing social insurance programs provide to prevent housing insecurity during economic downturns, according to a new paper co-authored by Wharton's Benjamin Keys.

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Apr 26, 2021

Pandemic Pivot: How Warby Parker Stayed Focused
Warby Parker co-founder David Gilboa talks to Wharton's Katherine Klein about how the company stuck to its founding principles during the chaos created by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Apr 23, 2021

Investing in Africa's Future
African nations are working to strengthen their economies by reducing dependence on foreign direct investment and aid, yet access to capital and financing remains a huge barrier for home-grown entrepreneurs.

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Apr 20, 2021

How Insider Trading Hides Behind a Barely Noticed Rule
A new study co-authored by Wharton's Daniel Taylor finds evidence of insider trading abuses by company executives and urges tighter rules for disclosures and longer cooling-off periods.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 20, 2021

Leadership Influence: Controlling Emotional Contagion
In this Nano Tool for Leaders® from Wharton Executive Education, Wharton's Sigal Barsade offers strategies for enhancing employee performance by managing the emotional contagion that occurs on teams.

Knowledge@Wharton
Apr 20, 2021

Why Canada Took the Top Spot on This Year's ‘Best Countries' List
Wharton's David Reibstein explains why Canada, the U.S. and South Korea pulled ahead while others fell behind in the 2021 Best Countries Report.

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Apr 19, 2021

Why Some Retailers Succeed Despite Big Disruptions
In a new updated and expanded edition of her book ‘The Shopping Revolution,' Wharton's Barbara Kahn examines the retailers that have been most successful during a tsunami of change in the industry, including the pandemic.

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Apr 13, 2021

Want to Make Retail Customers Happy? Give Them a ‘Wow' Experience
What defines a "wow" depends on the shopper and type of store, but hassle-free customer support is at the top of the list, according to a recent study from Wharton's Jay H. Baker Retailing Center and The Verde Group.

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Apr 13, 2021

How Can Financial Institutions Prepare for AI Risks?
Strong governance and risk mitigation are crucial for artificial intelligence to improve business and societal outcomes, according to a recent paper published by Wharton AI for Business.

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Apr 13, 2021

Why Older Americans Are Taking on More Debt
A new study that finds older Americans are struggling with debt underscores the importance of financial literacy, says Wharton's Olivia S. Mitchell.

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Apr 12, 2021

Biden's Infrastructure Plan: Who Are the Winners and Losers?
Spending on stronger infrastructure and higher taxes will crowd out private investment, ultimately reducing GDP, according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model.

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