February 28, 2024
Students in Yale SOM’s M.B.A. for Executives program last fall explored initiatives to encourage retirement planning in African American and Latino communities.
February 19, 2024
The program offers students the opportunity to support start-ups in a variety of stages, facilitating and bolstering their career goals long after graduation.
A Yale course on affordable housing that is about to yield eight new homes in New Haven is being held up as an example of design education.
February 15, 2024
Commercial space is developing quickly, but public funds remain key to building out a self-sustaining economy in orbit around Earth.
February 9, 2024
A new Yale SOM study examines the wave of unionization in museums, where workers often bring social-justice concerns to the bargaining table.
February 1, 2024
Yale Law’s Sven Riethmueller discusses the regulatory holes that allow companies to grant discounted stock options as compensation while preparing to go public.
January 30, 2024
A new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s David Argente and Diana Van Patten found that a lack of trust caused use of the cryptocurrency to fall off quickly.
January 26, 2024
The World Economic Forum’s recent annual meeting featured Yale student work on equitable and authentic disability representation in the global business sector.
January 25, 2024
SOM alumnus Bruce Becker shares how financial and environmental sustainability met in transforming New Haven’s historic Pirelli Building into a boutique hotel.
January 18, 2024
In a Q&A, Yale economist Nick Ryan discusses his recent research on energy and environmental policy in developing countries and his path into the field.