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A team co-led by Gideon Nave of the Wharton School replicated 21 high-profile social science studies and found discrepancies with the original research. Researchers betting in prediction markets, however, were quite accurate at predicting which findings would replicate and which would not.
Two Penn professors discuss the ruling that the state of Colorado was not unbiased in considering a baker’s claims of religious freedom as defense in a discrimination case, and its effect on future cases in regard to bias claims.
Discussing strategies for increasing supplier diversity, the event drew 200 local LGBTQ, women, and minority-owned businesses, Penn buyers and community organizations to campus.
Doctors at the Perelman School of Medicine are focusing on what the future of healthcare will require of its leaders for a well-integrated healthcare system.
Workplaces that address racial bias with anti-bias training have mixed results, but are more inclined than ever to recognize its necessity.
A forthcoming report from the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy will offer a range of strategies to directly impact the economic and mental health crisis in coal country.
Former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen reflected on regulators’ missteps in preventing the 2008 financial crisis during a recent interview with Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel.
Since its inception, the Penn Wharton Budget Model has been at the forefront of informing the nation’s budget, providing fast, in-depth, and transparent analysis for policy makers, the media, and the general public alike.
Public speaking strikes fear in many. But for business leaders, communicating with the public is an unavoidable and essential part of the job.
Wharton professor Michael Platt discussed the effect of neuroscience on the “future of business education.”
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Barbara Kahn of the Wharton School discussed Amazon’s expansion into food and beverage delivery in Philadelphia.
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