Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, has questions about Theranos technology and board members.
Perhaps the most widely admired of all the economic theories taught in our universities is the notion that an unregulated competitive economy is optimal for everyone.
Originally published in Fortune on October 13, 2015.
Distilling an organization’s purpose into a few inspiring words can be a harrowing task performed under wide scrutiny. Failure is often very public.
Valerie Jarrett, a senior advisor to President Barack Obama and chair of the White House Council on Women and Girls, spoke at Yale SOM as a Becton Distinguished Visitor.
Scheduled for October 21 and 22 at the Yale Club in New York City, the summit will explore cutting-edge research influencing the fields of behavioral economics and consumer behavior.
Speaking as part of the Arthur M. Okun Memorial Lecture Series, the founder of Paulson & Co. shared secrets for investing and career happiness.
A broad array of practices is designed to rid professional advisers of bias. But underlying psychological factors make this a more difficult task than appears at first glance.
This week, 12 nations around the Pacific Rim, including Canada, Chile, Japan, Mexico, and the United States, reached agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
One definition of an emerging market is “a country where politics is more important than economics,” Theresa Barger ’82 said at the Future of Finance conference, quoting political scientist Ian Bremer.