He explained how he and Ian Ayres have transformed Robert F. Kennedy's challenge to us -- "to dream of things that never were and say 'Why not?'" -- into a framework for developing ideas that can change how we work, live, and govern.
On the anniversary of the stock market crash of October '87, Professor Robert Shiller reflected on the lessons of the crash and where the market is now in an interview with Australia's The World Today (10/20).
With a novelist's eye for telling detail, Douglas Rae depicts the features that contributed most to city life in the early "urbanist" decades of the twentieth century. Rae's subject is New Haven, Connecticut, but the lessons he draws apply to many American cities.
New Haven, CT-October 15, 2003 - "The Yale School of Management – The Goldman Sachs Foundation Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures" today announced its selection of 80 nonprofit organizations to proceed to Round II of the Second National Business Plan Competition for Nonprofit Organizations.
New Haven, Conn. – October 8, 2003 – In a new report released today by The Aspen Institute and the World Resources Institute, the Yale School of Management is recognized as one of six elite business schools arming graduate students with skills critical for effective leadership in a changing world.
New Haven, Conn.—September 30, 2003—The latest survey results of The Yale School of Management Stock Market Confidence Indexes™ report an improvement in investor confidence since the stock market bottomed nearly a year ago in October 2002, but not a consistent or strong improvement by most indicators. The market reached its lowest point since the 2000 peak on October 9, 2002, and is now up by about a third as measured by the S&P500.