Current headlines

See headlines in {{ chapterInfo.name }}
Post Your Own Class Note

Prof. Edieal Pinker Begins Term as Deputy Dean

July 1st, 2016

Pinker, a professor of operations research, succeeds Professor Andew Metrick, who has served as deputy dean since 2010.

Six New Faculty Members Join Yale SOM

July 1st, 2016

In 2016-17, Yale SOM welcomes new faculty in finance, organizational behavior, accounting, marketing, and design and management, and promotes several veteran professors.

Help Set a Yale SOM Alumni Fund Record

June 30th, 2016

Can a Better Burger Make a Difference?

June 29th, 2016

The goal is to be no big deal. To make a burger so tasty and ubiquitous that it’s just one more option in the grocery store’s meat case.

Internet economy will pump up China's economic growth, says economist

June 28th, 2016

China should focus more on consumption than on manufacture in order to pump economic growth, said Chen Zhiwu, a Professor of Finance at Yale School of Management.

Surviving Brexit: The One Thing Investors Should Not Do Now

June 28th, 2016

Research from behavioral economists shows we are prone to overvalue recent returns more than the longer term — to our deep financial detriment. Yale University’s Robert Shiller and William Goetzmann, together with with Dasol Kim at Case Western Reserve, studied investor expectations of market performance and found that there’s a strong tendency to erroneously anticipate future returns based on recent trading history.

Here's What Stocks You Should Buy After Brexit

June 28th, 2016

The shock from Brexit is pummeling investors on both sides of the Atlantic with huge losses.

A history of the art market in 35 record-breaking sales

June 28th, 2016

When Pablo Picasso’s “Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O)” sold at Christie’s in New York for $179 million dollars in May 2015, it was only the 36th time in the past 315 years that a world auction record had been set, and the sale raised questions well beyond the art world. How could a single painting be worth so much? Why is art so important to wealthy households? What economic and social factors could lead to enshrining Picasso’s colourful near-abstract portrait as the most valuable picture in the history of the modern world?

Reactions to Brexit from across the Global Network for Advanced Management

June 28th, 2016

Faculty from many of the top business schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management spoke with Global Network Perspectives about the decision by voters in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union and the impact it could have on countries from Chile to South Africa.

What Comes Next for Europe?

June 27th, 2016

TAKEAWAYS Short-term risk of financial panic is low, but significant long-term economic challenges exist The need to reconceive and renegotiate the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe will create an ongoing economic