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Should We Put a Price on Water?

February 8th, 2016

Water is critical to sustaining life, but markets aren’t pricing it accordingly. “Water is a priceless asset in the sense that it is invaluable—you can’t live without it,” said Jim Matheson, president & CEO of Oasys Water, Inc.

The One-Sided Crystal Ball

February 4th, 2016

When thinking about their future financial situation, consumers systematically give more weight to rising income than they do to rising expenses.

Student Startup with a Simple Test for Preeclampsia Raises $2 Million in Series A Funding

February 4th, 2016

GestVision, led by founder and CEO Wendy Davis '14, has closed an A round of investment with an initial tranche of $2 million. The company's technology diagnoses preeclampsia with a simple dye-on-paper test.

Jeff Sonnenfeld on "Securing the Helm"

February 3rd, 2016

In the January edition of CELI President Jeffrey Sonnenfeld's regular column for Chief Executive Magazine, Professor Sonnenfeld discusses five warning signs that a CEO is about to be replaced by the board.

Wall Street Journal Profiles Yale SOM

February 3rd, 2016

In an extended profile of Yale SOM published on February 3, the Wall Street Journal describes the school’s recent progress toward becoming a “global business brand.”

Is Climate Change Too Big for Business?

January 29th, 2016

The agreement reached at the UN climate talks in Paris is widely seen as historic—the first commitment by world nations to lower greenhouse gas emissions and limit climate change.

Introducing the Certificate of Excellence in Global Business

January 28th, 2016

The new two-year, 15-day program allows leaders and executives to select course from 17 Global Network Schools

Can Regional Integration Help Africa Realize Its Economic Potential?

January 27th, 2016

As Africa emerged from the colonial period, leaders recognized that regional integration would be essential to its development. The 1980 “Lagos Plan of Action” imagined an Africa divided into five regional economies.

Five Lessons for Global Virtual Teams

January 27th, 2016

Yale SOM's new core course Global Virtual Teams imparts key takeaways to students facing an increasingly globalized world.

Professor Roger Ibbotson Wins Journal of Investment Management’s Markowitz Award

January 26th, 2016

A paper on stock price momentum, co-authored by Ibbotson and Morningstar Investment Management’s James Xiong, won the annual award, which honors work that explores issues in investment management theory and practice.

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