Yale Center Beijing hosts ‘Cooperating for Climate: The View from China’

June 24, 2024

The June 1 event featured panel discussions on the transition to net-zero, the power of U.S.-China cooperation, and the importance of grassroots initiatives.

PODCAST | Why women in India are dropping out of the workforce

June 4, 2024

Indian economists Farzana Afridi and Kanika Mahajan discuss understanding and overcoming the barriers to women’s labor market participation in India.

‘Fuzzy’ maps offer insight into local perceptions of volunteering’s value

June 4, 2024

In a new study, Yale researchers employed fuzzy cognitive mapping to better understand how volunteering benefits poor women in Jordan.

Empowering tomorrow: activating youth for climate action

June 4, 2024

Focusing on hope rather than despair can help engage youth, said experts at a recent webinar hosted by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication.

Yale program hosts visiting economists from around the world

May 30, 2024

The EGC's Kuznets Visitors Program brought prominent economists from countries including India, Colombia, and France to Yale to collaborate with...

MUYU collaboration improving health education on two continents

May 23, 2024

Yale’s health care education partnership with Makerere University in Uganda has allowed both institutions to shape their collaboration — and reap the benefits.

Indigenous Brazilian activists challenge academia to act

May 21, 2024

A May 10 conference at Yale brought together academics and activists working on indigenous rights and environmental justice in the Amazon.

Words for Change: Yale students join global call to launch a new humanism

May 17, 2024

Yale faculty and students respond to a call for ideas by a renowned Italian songwriter for a global book project on the power of youth to drive positive change.

PODCAST: Building in-country partnerships in development economics

May 14, 2024

Yale’s Rohini Pande and Christopher Udry and Francis Annan discuss how economists can form strong in-country partnerships to support actionable research.

Why is agriculture declining in countries that need it most?

May 14, 2024

Many developing countries have seen a troublesome decline in agricultural output. Yale’s recent Kuznets Conference examined the origins of this puzzling trend.