Articles by Yale School of Management
Alumni seek students’ insights into Raise Green crowdfunding platform
The co-founders of a crowdsourcing investment platform for renewable energy projects are turning to Yale students to brainstorm ways to reach future customers.
SOM Insights: Can green banks scale clean energy?
Richard Kauffman ’83 explains how the New York Green Bank has made possible $1.5 billion in clean energy projects that wouldn’t otherwise have happened.
SOM Insights: Is cannabis a good investment?
SOM graduate Brendan Kennedy ’05 discusses the future of the increasingly legal industry, and the risks ahead for investors in the budding industry.
14 teams pitch their big ideas during Accelerator Pitch-Off
Sponsored by Tsai CITY, the Accelerator program guides students and teams with innovative ideas through the process of building effective organizations.
SOM Insights: White liberals act less competent with African Americans
A new study suggests that White Americans with liberal views use language that makes them appear less competent in an effort to get along with [...]
Engerman and Washington appointed to endowed chairs
David C. Engerman and Ebonya Washington were appointed to endowed professorships.
Ebonya Washington named the Park Professor of Economics
Washington specializes in public finance and political economy with research interests in the interplay of race, gender, and political representation.
Yale-founded real estate startup wins NYU-Yale Pitchoff
Victor Hunt ’18 and cofounders Aaron Resnick ’18, Matt Kim, and Yusuf Olokoba, took home the grand prize at the NYU-Yale Pitchoff for their startup [...]
SOM Insights: What Germany’s World Cup failure teaches us about management
Yale professor David Bach discusses how Germany’s early loss during the World Cup highlights a trap that leading organizations can fall into.
SOM Insights: Is antitrust enforcement out of date?
Yale SOM economist Fiona Scott Morton and her colleagues examined areas in which enforcement of existing law could increase competition and help consumers.
SOM Insights: Building hope in Appalachian Ohio
In southern Ohio, diverse efforts to build a new economy show real promise. Can they create the momentum to overcome a legacy of poverty and [...]
SOM Insights: Is women’s work evaluated fairly?
In a new study Yale SOM’s Tristan Botelho looked at bias in the investment industry, finding that women’s ideas get less attention than their male [...]
Explaining the Trump Administration’s approach to trade with China
Trump’s bilateral approach to trade with China may backfire, resulting in higher-priced imports and a functional tax hike on American consumers.
SOM Insights: Marissa King on the cost of loneliness
King, an expert on social networks, discusses the impact of loneliness in the workplace.