May 7, 2019
New research shows that even when the policies are regressive, many Americans prefer indirect delivery of government benefits to direct cash subsidies.
May 2, 2019
Mira Debs, executive director of the Education Studies Program and lecturer in sociology (Harvard Education Press)
April 29, 2019
Meghir is part of a research team evaluating an early-childhood intervention in Odisha, India aimed at reducing the intergenerational transmission of poverty.
April 26, 2019
Exposure to violence does not change the ability to learn who is likely to do harm, but it does damage the ability to place trust in “good people.”
April 23, 2019
Yale health economist Zack Cooper has received a 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship to support data-driven research on pharmaceutical pricing.
April 22, 2019
Professors Amy Hungerford and Alan Gerber have been reappointed as the deans of humanities and social sciences. Both terms are for five years, effective July 1.
Yale political scientist Isabela Mares and her co-author have documented the first proof of electoral clientelism in a European Union state.
April 17, 2019
Nobel laureate James Rothman has been named a fellow of the Royal Society, an honor bestowed to scientists in the United Kingdom and select foreign members.
April 12, 2019
Medical sociologist Alka Menon’s work looks at international attitudes toward cosmetic surgery as a way to examine multiculturalism and its effects.
April 9, 2019
There are legitimate reasons to keep the Electoral College, but we must accept that it does have deep roots in efforts by the founders to accommodate slavery.