In a new book, Yale SOM’s first dean looks back on a long career in business, government, and education. In this excerpt, he describes the origins of Yale SOM’s unique cross-sectoral approach and the collaborative, inclusive culture of the Charter Class of 1978.
When Yale University decided to curb its carbon emissions, it turned to 2018 Nobel Laureate William Nordhaus, Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale, to create an internal pricing mechanism for carbon.
On October 8, the Royal Swedish Academy named Yale economist William D. Nordhaus the winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, citing his work “integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis.”
In the fourth episode of the power pod Professor Cydney Dupree discusses the competence downshift, a well intentioned but ultimately patronizing behavioral strategy among White liberals to appear less competent around Black interaction partners.
Online consumers are inundated not only with choice, but also with recommendations. According to new research, without careful curation these recommendations can actually lower the likelihood of a purchase.
Over the course of two days, a group of forty professionals convened to learn from and with each other on the topic of Systems Change. Those who participated came from impressive and diverse backgrounds which helped to deepen the conversations and provide plenty of opportunity for networking and collaboration.