September 12, 2023
People with lower incomes are more likely to keep default retirement contribution rates, even when it’s not optimal. Policy can help, argues Yale’s James Choi.
September 11, 2023
The Indian state of Gujarat has taken a leap forward in curbing industrial emissions by initiating an Emissions Trading Scheme in its most populous city.
September 6, 2023
When two Yale undergrads couldn’t find a pathway for non-majors to study development economics, they founded an official club dedicated to the discipline.
September 5, 2023
Patrick Agte of the Yale Economic Growth Center unpacks the diverse effects of microenterprise growth for low-income entrepreneurs and their children.
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.
In her most recent published study, Jennifer Gandhi and her research partners focused on the reasons why autocrats adopt proportional representation.
August 30, 2023
Kevles, an award-winning author who was a senior lecturer in Yale’s Department of History, died on Aug. 18, two days short of her 85th birthday.
August 29, 2023
Kevin DeLuca discusses statistical advancements in redistricting efforts and what newspaper archives can teach us about the role of media in politics today.
A popular course taught by political scientist Allison Harris takes the HBO show as a starting point to investigate cities, their problems, and their politics.
August 24, 2023
Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, former World Bank chief economist, surveys globalization’s effects on inequality — and offers policy alternatives for the future.