Education, Business, & Law

Where political views and fundamental beliefs intersect

Research from The Penn Primals Project debunks the idea that conservatives think the world is more dangerous than liberals, findings with implications for future research and productive political debate.

Michele W. Berger

The future leaders of the business world

Wharton Global Youth Program is the first business school to engage pre-college students worldwide with online, on-campus, and on-site programs.

From Wharton Stories

Do vaccine lotteries work?

Wharton’s Katy Milkman shares the lessons learned from last year’s Philly Vax Sweepstakes, a Penn-funded project designed to evaluate ways of increasing COVID-19 vaccinations in the city.

From Knowledge at Wharton

In the News

The Washington Post

ChatGPT took their jobs. Now they walk dogs and fix air conditioners

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School says that the current automation threat is to the highest-earning, most creative jobs that require the most education background.


The Washington Post

We ordered over $100 of delivery. Here’s how much the restaurants, drivers and apps made

Lindsey Cameron of the Wharton School says that, when it comes to information on fees, the opacity of food delivery apps is a deliberate feature, not a bug.


Associated Press

How and when to remove children from their homes? A federal lawsuit raises thorny questions

PIK Professor Dorothy Roberts explains why the child welfare system can be particularly risky for Black and Indigenous families.


The Wall Street Journal

Why you should dictate your search, not type it

A study by Shiri Melumad of the Wharton School finds that dictating online search queries using voice technology leads to better results than typing them.


The Wall Street Journal

The complete guide to haggling in this economy

To plan for a negotiation, Richard Shell of the Wharton School recommends humanizing oneself, practicing with a script, and always showing respect.