Auto-enrollment disparity finally starting to converge.
Edward A. Snyder, David Bach, and Camino de Paz write in BizEd magazine about the power of networked management education.
“Big data will not solve a single problem for us,” said Yale’s Harlan Krumholz. It’s not that he is a big data skeptic, though to date, he sees more hype than results, at least in medicine, his field of expertise.
The one-week program, an intensive PhD course in behavioral finance, brought more than 40 students from the United States and Europe to the Yale School of Management from June 19 to 23.
NEW HAVEN – A celebratory yet reflective mood permeated through Olea restaurant, where over 40 SOM students and faculty gathered to celebrate th
Ederer and his co-authors won the Oliver Williamson Best Conference Paper Award for research on the effects of common stock ownership on competition within industries
At the 90th Yale CEO Summit on June 8 and 9, Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld polled top executives, government officials, and academics about the performance of the Trump administration.
This commentary was originally published in the New York Times.
Arix, a venture founded by Dianna Liu ’17, is poised to replaced costly, dated corrosion-detection practices in the oil industry.
An online Global Network Course on the wave of anti-globalization sentiment culminated in an intensive team project.