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Global perceptions of the U.S. are getting significantly worse, notes the new Best Countries report from U.S. News & World Report, BAV Group and Wharton.
People who achieve a personal best tend to relax afterwards and not push themselves further. But is that a good thing to do?
Research presented at a recent Wharton conference shows how word choice can have deep implications for individuals, business and society.
New research from Wharton is changing the way investors are looking at the valuation of businesses by taking a closer look at the worth of those firms' customers.
New Wharton research looks at how underpriced government mortgage guarantees contributed to the housing crisis, and how that could be fixed.
New Wharton research looks at how crowdfunding is democratizing access to capital in diverse areas of the U.S. -- and why that trend is growing.
Recent Wharton research offers a new framework for viewing the moral obligations of individuals as well as corporations.
Wharton research into startups focusing on hard-science and technology sheds light on when companies pivot and when they “firefight.”
Wharton research finds that some seemingly unproductive traits can actually spur people to work well and to be effective in leadership roles.
Recent Wharton research finds that people who utilize “emergency reserves” – such as a cheat day on a diet – are more likely to attain their goals.