October 2, 2023
Alexandra Cirone, a fellow with Yale’s Democratic Innovations Program, discusses the historical and contemporary use of lottocratic selection in democracy.
While the metaphor of an active sperm and a passive egg has long been used to describe fertilization, a more gender-egalitarian approach is circulating.
September 28, 2023
Political scientist Didac Queralt discusses his recent book, “Pawned States,” which examines the consequences of foreign lending on developing countries.
September 27, 2023
Sambanis’s work has re-shaped how scholars conceive of inter-group conflicts, ranging from everyday forms of discrimination to violent protests and civil wars.
September 26, 2023
A new study led by Yale SOM’s Barbara Biasi found that some projects improve test scores and others boost local property values — but they aren’t the same ones.
Yale researchers use big data to study the link between evictions and poverty in Chicago and New York City.
A study co-authored by Yale’s Kaylyn Jackson Schiff explores the impact of personal stories and factual information when advocating to lawmakers.
September 22, 2023
Halac, who joined the Yale faculty in 2019, is an expert in game theory, contract theory, and mechanism design.
Padró i Miquel is a political economist and expert on the political frictions that lead to economic underdevelopment.
September 20, 2023
Economist Samuel Kortum ’92 Ph.D., the recently appointed director of Yale’s Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, discusses his research and new role.