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Stephen A. (Steve) Ross, a former Yale professor whose work shaped the development of the field of financial economics, died on March 3. He was 73 years old.
The Yale School of Management has awarded its annual Victor H. Frank, Jr., Fellowship for U.S. and Muslim World Relations to Jiang, a PhD student in organizational behavior.
Donna E. Shalala, the former President of the University of Miami; president of the Clinton Foundation; and the 18th U.S. secretary of health and human Services, accepted the Legend in Leadership Award for Higher Education of Yale SOM’s Chief Executive Leadership Institute at a ceremony to held at its 90th forum on February 28 at the Yale School of Management.
The Center for Customer Insights (YCCI) inducted 15 students into its Discovery Project Alumni Fellows Program at a ceremony held on February 13, 2017.
Long-term investors ought to use the recent market rally to cut back on their equity holdings, according to Yale professor of economics Robert Shiller.
Research suggests policy makers could make retirement accounts even more restrictive without reducing their appeal
The Yale School of Management has been surveying both individual and institutional investors for nearly two decades now, and below we provide historical charts that track the four survey questions they ask investors each month.
Economists have long debated whether bubbles can be identified, or indeed stopped, before they can cause widespread damage, as the crisis of 2007-08 did.
Four teams have been selected as finalists in the 2016-17 Global Network Investment Competition hosted by the International Center for Finance at the Yale School of Management.