October 19, 2021
Panelists discussed among other things, Facebook’s use of engagement as the primary metric of performance and how that has led to the spread of misinformation.
October 18, 2021
A new study suggests messages from trusted religious leaders can persuade people to welcome former members of the terrorist group back into their communities.
October 15, 2021
A new study of Yelp data, co-authored by SOM’s Tristan Botelho, suggests that status-boosting awards for reviewers may motivate them to judge women more fairly.
October 11, 2021
Public health messaging that emphasizes protecting others’ health is also more effective at promoting the habit in the U.S., a new Yale co-authored study finds.
October 8, 2021
Studies by Yale economic historian José Antonio Espín-Sánchez examine the complex history of water distribution and law in southern Spain.
October 4, 2021
A new Yale study finds that the rise in demonstrations and the subsequent media coverage prompted by the movement had a profound effect on the nation’s youth.
Professors Robert Post and Jack Balkin join President Salovey for a conversation about the spread of misinformation and regulation in the information age.
September 30, 2021
In a Q&A, Yale historian Paul Sabin discusses liberal efforts to rein in and challenge the government in the 1960s and their impact on today’s politics.
September 24, 2021
A study co-authored by SOM’s Michael Sinkinson looks at how television’s effect on local news reporting contributed to the nationalization of politics.
September 23, 2021
Yale welcomes 35 new faculty members — a group of world-class teachers and researchers who bring a diversity of perspectives and experiences to our community.