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A fast-moving labor force doesn’t necessarily indicate a healthy job market

April 19, 2023

A new, expansive dataset developed by Yale economist Kevin Donovan and colleagues shows that labor-market churn isn’t always a positive economic indicator.

Yale instructors open courses to students in post-coup Myanmar

April 18, 2023

Yale instructors are opening their classes virtually to students in Myanmar, where the education sector has collapsed after a recent military coup.

New policy brief outlines key strategies for sustainable peacebuilding

April 18, 2023

Drawing on case studies from civil wars, a brief by Yale’s Catherine Panter-Brick and colleagues offers insight on how to build lasting peace after conflict.

PODCAST: Unpacking the complexities of labor market dynamics

April 10, 2023

Yale’s Kevin Donovan discusses his research on growth transitions, labor market dynamics, and constraints to firm growth in low- and middle-income countries.

Library hosts international symposium to tell an untold Holocaust history

April 6, 2023

In April, the Yale symposium ‘Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust’ will convene international guests to explore the groups’ seldom-explored comparative histories.

A look at the role of women on social mobility in pre-modern economies

April 6, 2023

Eighteenth century records from southern Spain reveal that women’s contributions to social status were more influential and complex than previously thought.

On South Africa trip, PhD students encounter the art and artists they study

April 5, 2023

Yale graduate students Alex Fialho and Alexandra M. Thomas recently made a tandem research trip to South Africa with support from the MacMillan Center.

Yale, WHO partner in Behavioural Sciences for Better Health Initiative

April 5, 2023

The Yale Research Initiative on Innovation and Scale will work with the World Health Organization to design and scale up evidence-based health interventions.

Understanding the links between US-China trade and inequality

April 4, 2023

A new paper co-authored by Yale’s Lorenzo Caliendo reviews the latest empirical and theoretical studies on trade between the world’s two largest economies.

Yale President Peter Salovey visits South Korea to expand partnerships

April 3, 2023

Salovey met with alumni and collaborators at South Korean institutions to continue building the Yale’s research and educational partnerships in the country.