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A new app, called Voter, promises to bring clarity to the task of choosing the best political candidate for you, based on the issues and your own beliefs.
Insider trading by politically connected bankers spiked just before the massive bailouts of October 2008, research by Wharton professor Daniel Taylor shows.
Opaque algorithms used to micro-segment people can lead to unfairness and bias, says the author of "Weapons of Math Destruction."
Brexit presents the EU with profound challenges. But providing more benefits to citizens, plus better management and marketing, could spark new success.
Japan’s economy continues to falter as the government fails to institute structural reforms and firms are reluctant to invest in the stagnant home market.
Reforming the immigration system is a major theme in this year’s U.S. presidential race. What lessons can U.S. policy makers learn from Canada, where immigration is largely supported?
Venezuela is plagued by political instability and economic hardships made worse by cheap oil. The time is ripe for widespread reforms – but there are no quick and easy solutions.
Mylan, the maker of the EpiPen allergy-treatment device, has raised outrage over out-sized price increases. Experts at Wharton and Penn Medicine explain the causes and the impact.
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.