Hilary Pennington, SOM Class of 1983, spoke at the Yale School of Management’s Social Impact Lab, sharing her thoughts on social impact, having spent the previous five years as Director of Special Initiatives at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Paul Volcker criticized the current state of democracy in America in a Wilson School lecture on Friday. Volcker explained that the topic of the lecture would be “Good Governance,” examining the current state of the United States’ governing bodies and whether or not they are meeting the needs of citizens.


Yale SOM alumna Kelly Goldsmith was recently acknowledged as one of the “Top 40 Under 40″ business school professors by Poets & Quants, and gives a nod her academic advisor, Professor Ravi Dhar, for his wisdom, creativity, and relentless work ethic.


J. Gregory Dees ‘81, founding faculty director of the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke's Fuqua School of Business, passed away on December 20


Yale University has entered an agreement with Johnson & Johnson that will enable scientists around the world to gain access to the company's clinical trial data assets.


Some may think Bitcoin is the future world currency. Professor Robert Shiller warns about Bitcoin's bubble potential.


Why do officials listen to predictions of a coming financial crisis, then do nothing about it? Dr. Robert Shiller shares his thoughts.


Professor Zhiwu Chen of Yale SOM discusses what China needs to do to get on the right track.


The Warburg Papers at Yale reveal that Bernanke's backstop lending was the sole creation of German banker and Fed governor Paul Warburg in the 1900s.