A majority of the business leaders gathered for the Chief Executive Leadership Institute’s virtual CEO Caucus on September 23 gave President Donald Trump a failing grade on his response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Levinsohn, Steven T. Berry, and Ariel Pakes were recognized for their 1995 paper “Automobile Prices in Market Equilibrium,” which introduced a new method for estimating demand, now referred to as the “BLP random coefficients logit model for demand estimation.”
The eight incoming systemic risk students, who bring a wealth of global experience in central banks and other regulatory agencies, began classes on August 31 alongside students in Yale SOM’s other full-time residential programs.
Kerwin Charles, the Indra K. Nooyi Dean & Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Economics, Policy, and Management at Yale SOM, appeared on the People I Mostly Admire podcast, part of the Freakonomics Radio Network, in an episode released on September 18. Charles discussed his journey from a small village in Guyana to the apex of the academic world and how his researched has helped illuminate questions about earnings and wealth inequality in the United States.