Conference gathers economists, computer scientists to advance research

July 10, 2024

Hundreds of experts are visiting Yale this week to explore the frontiers of research in areas like market design, machine learning, and information design.

The real dawn of e-commerce

July 8, 2024

The summer after he graduated from Yale, Roger Lee ’94 changed the way we shop.

Yale Alumni Association’s summer 2024 reading list

June 27, 2024

Soak up some great recent books by Yale faculty members, including novels, a guide to using your “influence superpower,” and an exploration of loneliness.

Empowering students and faculty to bring innovative ideas into the world

June 27, 2024

Under President Salovey, Yale’s innovation ecosystem has grown to touch every part of campus and has strengthened connections with New Haven. Fifth in a series.

Remembering School of Management’s founding dean William H. Donaldson

June 14, 2024

Donaldson laid the groundwork for the school’s distinctive mission and strategy and recruited the first class of students to an untried program.

SEC chair on the future of systemic risk in financial markets

May 22, 2024

Gary Gensler talked with Yale’s Andrew Metrick about lessons in resilience following the Global Financial Crisis — and the fast approach of transformative tech.

Yale School of Management celebrates and congratulates the Class of 2024

May 21, 2024

Family, friends, and classmates gathered in the sunny Shen Courtyard at Evans Hall as the school honored the 571 graduating members of the Class of 2024.

Four graduating SOM students receive Dean’s Mission & Impact Award

May 16, 2024

The students were recognized for their contributions to the Yale School of Management and New Haven communities.

Rethinking optimal deposit insurance

May 8, 2024

A recent Yale-hosted conference convened over 60 researchers to present work on bank fragility and failure, as well as new approaches to deposits and insurance.

Do managers ‘do good’ with other people’s money?

May 6, 2024

When CEOs have a larger financial stake in their company or face stronger shareholder oversight, they cut back spending on corporate social responsibility.