Business

Stories

Why you should care about antitrust

October 20, 2020

In the wake of a Justice Department suit against Google, Yale SOM’s Fiona Scott Morton explains why antitrust violations are bad for consumers.

The art world in the age of COVID

October 20, 2020

VIDEO: Discussion led by Prof. William Goetzmann, leaders in the field discussed the state of art institutions and the reasons for hope about the long term.

Can we protect our election from the bots?

October 18, 2020

A Q&A with Prof. Tauhid Zaman who has done a series of studies identifying bot networks and assessing their impact.

Productivity of outside managers plays a role for firm dynamics in India

October 13, 2020

In a new study, Yale Economic Growth Center affiliate Michael Peters and coauthors trace the relationship between growth and the efficiency of outside managers.

How is the airline industry adapting to COVID-19?

October 8, 2020

With up to 30,000 jobs projected to be lost in the coming weeks, Yale’s Kevin Williams discusses the economics of air travel and how the industry can survive.

Transforming energy infrastructure

October 1, 2020

Energy executive Elliot Mainzer ’98 M.B.A. talks about the progress he’s witnessed and the challenges that remain in creating a fully sustainable energy grid.

From two recent fireside talks, three common themes on innovation

September 28, 2020

Alibaba co-founder Joe Tsai ’86 B.A., ’90 J.D. and Y Combinator’s Michael Seibel ’05 B.A. recently participated in online talks with the Tsai CITY community.

Seeking scalable solutions to global poverty

September 24, 2020

Mushfiq Mobarak describes the arc of his research on scalable, evidence-based policy responses to the deprivations of poverty.

Rodrigo Canales on the role of institutional change in rethinking police

September 22, 2020

Effective police reform, says SOM’s Canales, begins with shifting the focus from deterring crime to helping the whole community feel safe.

Choosing the wrong health insurance could kill you

September 2, 2020

Shutting down the health plans with the highest mortality rates could save thousands of lives per year, according to research by Yale SOM’s Jason Abaluck.