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Can bias be eliminated from algorithms?

November 29, 2021

Researchers at Yale SOM have a new approach to predictive software that could significantly reduce bias while still giving accurate results.

The missing links in the supply chain

November 24, 2021

Yale SOM’s Prof. Sang Kim, an operations expert who specializes in supply-chain management, to unpack the news about delayed shipments and backed-up ports.

Are leaders rewarded for taking risks?

November 19, 2021

In a new study, Yale SOM’s Oriane Georgeac and her co-authors find that risk-taking can strengthen a leader in some situations, while in others it can backfire.

SOM student leaders give thanks

November 18, 2021

Student leaders at the Yale School of Management reflect on the last year and share what is making them feel grateful as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches.

Nancy Birdsall’s path to rethinking global development

November 18, 2021

Driven by new economics methods learned at Yale, Birdsall ’79 Ph.D. would go on to change how rich countries and their institutions approach global development.

YSE and World Bank partner to identify industrial symbiosis opportunities

November 15, 2021

Research through YSE’s Center for Industrial Ecology is fueling a global platform to promote opportunities for reusing waste material and other resources.

Lack of access to mental health treatment reduces lifetime income

November 4, 2021

A new study led by SOM’s Barbara Biasi suggests that access to mental health treatment can be a powerful tool for reducing economic inequality.

How international trade influences growth and development

November 4, 2021

Drawing on her early experience in Brazilian manufacturing, Yale economist Ana Cecília Fieler studies individual firms to see how trade affects economic growth.

What can geospatial data tell us about international trade and immigration?

October 15, 2021

Award-winning Yale economist Costas Arkolakis uses innovative spatial models to address classic economics issues.

Diana Van Patten on the surprising impacts of foreign firms in Costa Rica

October 15, 2021

New SOM faculty member Van Patten explores the complex impacts of foreign firms on the living standards, politics, and environment of Costa Rica.