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Can Cross-Sectoral Collaboration Reverse the Trend toward Income Inequality?

March 31st, 2015

Income inequality used to be an elephant in the room—an issue few people acknowledged. It’s now an 800-pound gorilla—widely acknowledged and discussed. A recent Federal Reserve survey showed that between 1989 and 2013, the share of U.S.

How Big Mac Reacts to Attack: Recovering From Missteps

March 31st, 2015

Originally published in Chief Executive on March 19, 2015.

Four Alumni on Leading in Business and Society

March 30th, 2015

Four 2014-15 Donaldson Fellows share how they applied lessons they learned at SOM to their careers.

Students Share Their Experiences Consulting in India’s Social Sector

March 27th, 2015

Yale SOM student teams worked with a variety of organizations seeking to improve life in India as part of the Global Social Enterprise course.

Reasons why Kraft merge is a great deal

March 27th, 2015

CNBC Contributor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld of the Yale School of Management, gives his perspective on Kraft set to merge with Heinz.

The Trouble of Catching Success

March 26th, 2015

Over SOM’s mid-December winter break, Ben and I were busy working on developing an H&H application for Yale’s Summer Entrepreneurship Fellowship.

Give investors what they want from social media

March 25th, 2015

A roundup of academic research from the world of IR studies

What Should We Be Doing for Our Golden Years?

March 25th, 2015

Nobel Laureate and Yale University Professor Robert Shiller and “Falling Short” Author Charles Ellis discuss U.S. retirement planning. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

NCAA Tournament: Why You Should Pick Against Kentucky

March 25th, 2015

In office bracket pools, game theorists advise maximizing your chances by choosing someone besides the undefeated Wildcats

Risk and Reward in the Housing Market: a Conversation With Economist Robert Shiller

March 25th, 2015

At the beginning of this century, when tech stocks were hot and dot-coms were appearing everywhere, Yale professor and renowned economist Robert Shiller was already warning of a bubble -- and he was right. Years later, when housing prices were skyrocketing and millions of American were betting big on real estate, Robert Shiller again predicted an impending crisis. Sadly, he was right again.