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Some of your favorite foods -- sushi, extra virgin olive oil, Kobe beef, Parmesan cheese -- may not be what you think they are. Larry Olmsted explains in his new[…]
A new book by Andrea LaFountain, CEO of Mind Field Solutions, looks at the science of patient behavior to provide better health outcomes and cut health care costs.
Last Friday, China reported a slowing economy in July, raising new questions about the country’s policy directions and pace of growth.
According to a new book, the Republican party gained control of Congress in 2010 using carefully constructed strategies that changed the boundaries of several key voting districts.
In the debate on trade deals, Republicans are focused on jobs while Democrats have raised structural issues. Wharton’s Philip Nichols sifts through the rhetoric.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed regulations to tighten several loopholes that are exploited by payday lenders and to curb some the issues with repayment of the loans.
The public discussion over the future of work has followed a storyline that says technology and globalization are coming to whisk your job away. But behind the obvious forces, other[…]
The two U.S. presidential candidates are at opposite ends of the climate-change debate. Wharton experts predict the outcomes if either side prevails.
In the follow-up to his bestselling "How Children Succeed." Paul Tough explains how parents, teachers and administrators can create environments to foster qualities that lead to success.
Italy’s shaky banks could threaten the entire eurozone financial system if officials are not careful in implementing new bailout regulations, notes Franklin Allen, a Wharton emeritus professor of finance.