For the past two years, students from the Yale School of Management, Yale School of Art, and Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv have collaborated to create visual responses to papers written by senior faculty at Yale SOM.
Major financial bubbles, from the Dutch tulip mania in the 17th century to the real estate bubble that collapsed in 2007, have often become cultural milestones after they burst and spread havoc through the economy.
An article published in the New York Times on July 24 details a pattern of surprise bills after emergency care in certain hospitals, drawing on research by Fiona Scott Morton, the Theodore Nierenberg Professor of Economics at Yale SOM, and Zack Cooper, an assistant professor of public health and assistant professor of economics at Yale.
A major research collaboration led by Yale SOM Professor Rodrigo Canales and involving Yale SOM, Mexico’s National Commission for Security, the Mexico City Police Department, and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) will study how to create effective, resilient, and trusted police organizations in Mexico.
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals call for an end to extreme poverty by 2030. There has already been significant progress; nearly 1.1 billion people have moved out of that category, defined as making less than $1.90 a day, since 1990.