March 10, 2023
Yale’s Jason Abaluck, author of a landmark study of mask promotion in Bangladesh, weighs in on a recent study denying masking’s effectiveness in reducing COVID.
Economist Ryungha Oh investigates the spatial factors behind why individuals in larger cities earn higher wages, where businesses locate themselves, and more.
A new study co-authored by Yale SOM’s Florian Ederer finds that a recent spree of acquisitions may have eliminated many potential competitors of big tech firms.
March 9, 2023
An unwavering focus on community care has led Turner ’06 M.Div. to be known as a “young giant in the labor of social justice” by activists and clergy.
March 3, 2023
A new study on research funding’s long-term ripple effects suggests that the United States should invest more in semiconductors and green technology.
March 2, 2023
Last week at Yale’s Tobin Center, over 60 top economists gathered to present research and provide practical insights on regulating the digital economy.
In a Q&A, Yale political scientist Christina Kinane discusses the strategy of presidential appointments, what drew her to Yale, and her latest work.
February 28, 2023
A surprise medical bill received by Rachel Diaz’s parents during her junior year at Yale set her on a path to make a positive impact on healthcare.
February 27, 2023
Political scientist Isabela Mares discusses her book, which examines the incentives that led politicians to pass electoral reforms in first-wave democracies.
In collaboration with a World Bank initiative, Hasanbasri aims to transform the collection and use of household survey data to understand gender disparities.