Students look back on international development club’s inaugural year

May 24, 2023

With support from the Economic Growth Center, Yale undergraduates established the Salus Populi Foundation to promote development economics on campus.

The role of technology and trade in Costa Rica’s economic transformation

May 24, 2023

Yale’s Diana Van Patten and Central Bank of Costa Rica’s Esteban Méndez discuss their work exploring the country’s push to create a new digital payment system.

Yale conference highlights progress, challenges in environmental justice

May 23, 2023

“New Horizons in Conservation” explored both achievements and still-significant challenges facing underrepresented communities in the environmental space.

New AI platform aims to improve disaster response

May 23, 2023

The startup venture grew out of a Jackson School of Global Affairs class project led by Stephen Coles M.A./M.B.A. ’23 and Michael Gaviria M.A.S. ’23.

An experiment in mentorship connects SOM students to Cameroon

May 22, 2023

Two Master of Advanced Management students enlisted classmates to see if a short-term professional mentorship program could help college graduates in Cameroon.

PODCAST: Breaking intergenerational cycles of deprivation and poverty

May 12, 2023

Yale economists Orazio Attanasio and Costas Meghir discuss the transformative impact of early childhood interventions to help economic development processes.

Addressing inequalities in educational markets with personalized data

May 11, 2023

Yale economist Christopher Neilson leverages research to help students and their families make better-informed decisions about educational opportunities.

Charting a gender-inclusive path for post-pandemic recovery in Asia

May 10, 2023

A recent Yale co-hosted conference in Tokyo explored factors that affect women’s economic activity in Asia, research to inform pandemic recovery and resilience.

Yale scholar helps steer French citizens’ assembly on euthanasia

May 3, 2023

Yale political theorist Hélène Landemore helped manage a convention of French citizens tasked with reconsidering the country’s policies on assisted dying.

Beata Javorcik: From experiencing economic transition to advancing it

May 3, 2023

Javorcik ’99 Ph.D., Chief Economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, reflects on her journey from communist Poland to Yale and beyond.