Fromont and Queralt awarded 2023 MacMillan Center International Book Prizes

September 1, 2023

This year’s winners are Cécile Fromont and Didac Queralt. Prizes are awarded for books on international topics written by current members of the Yale faculty.

Electoral reform and the consolidation of authoritarian rule

September 1, 2023

In her most recent published study, Jennifer Gandhi and her research partners focused on the reasons why autocrats adopt proportional representation.

In new book, Yale economist explores the unequal effects of globalization

August 24, 2023

Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, former World Bank chief economist, surveys globalization’s effects on inequality — and offers policy alternatives for the future.

Eight new senior fellows join Jackson School

August 21, 2023

Senior fellows are leading practitioners in various fields of international affairs who spend a year or semester at Yale teaching and mentoring students.

The rise of K-pop, and what it reveals about society and culture

August 21, 2023

Early in the pandemic, sociologist Grace Kao began watching K-pop videos, largely as a diversion. Now she’s exploring the societal impact of the popular genre.

Map of methane emissions yields key insights for climate modeling

August 18, 2023

The most comprehensive estimate to date of methane emissions from rivers and streams worldwide will help scientists calculate the Earth’s greenhouse gas budget.

Can China reverse its economic slump?

August 18, 2023

Stephen Roach, former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia and a senior fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center, discusses China’s recent cut in rates.

Volunteering empowers refugee and Jordanian women in poor urban communities

July 28, 2023

A first-of-its-kind study examines the social networks of women from low-income households, including Syrian refugees, in Amman, Jordan.

Ukrainian refugees face high barriers to opioid use disorder treatment

July 25, 2023

Many Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war have encountered obstacles when seeking addiction therapies in European Union countries, a new Yale-led study finds.

At the heart of humanitarian work

July 21, 2023

Brian Price ’10, ’13 M.A. is helping to meet the need of educating of children in the midst of crises, leaning on experience he first gained as a Yale student.