When companies reverse their climate commitments

December 6, 2023

In an interview, Yale SOM’s Todd Cort discusses the significance of companies’ reversals and what should be done to encourage them to keep making progress.

Shining a light into the black box of the art market

November 30, 2023

In an interview, art market expert Magnus Resch discusses how greater transparency and new technology could transform the economics of art.

What went wrong at OpenAI?

November 27, 2023

In a brief Q&A, leadership expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld discusses how OpenAI’s structure and the performance of its board contributed to recent company chaos.

Paths to peace: Leadership Institute convenes UAE, Israeli ambassadors

November 20, 2023

It was the first public dialogue between a senior Arab government official and a senior Israeli official since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel.

Noori launches virtual platform for trauma and PTSD care

November 17, 2023

Neema Health, developed by Yale psychiatrist Sofia Noori, is an affordable, evidence-based care model intended to provide rapid relief for survivors.

Yale economists discuss economic growth in the face of climate change

November 7, 2023

Ahead of the Yale Climate, Environment & Economic Growth Conference, three Yale economists discuss the future of economic growth in the face of climate...

The pros and cons of a global carbon tax

November 3, 2023

In a Q&A, Yale School of the Environment Professor of Economics Matthew Kotchen discusses the viability of Africa’s call for a global tax on carbon.

Saying ‘yes’ to solve the affordable housing crisis

October 31, 2023

At a recent colloquium, three Yale SOM alumni discussed their work tackling the challenge of local pushback when proposing much-needed housing development.

U.S. regulators may be favoring their future private-sector employers

October 27, 2023

A new study co-authored by Yale School of Management’s Ivana Katic reveals how firms can incentivize government regulators with offers of private-sector jobs.

Krystal Pollitt on how collaboration across Yale feeds innovation

October 25, 2023

Pollitt and her interdisciplinary team developed the FreshAir wristband, a wearable device that detects air pollution. In a Q&A, she discusses her work.