YCCI Faculty Fellow Rodrigo Canales was recently acknowledged as one of the “Top 40 Under 40″ business school professors by Poets & Quants. His dedication to his reseach finds him in some unexpected situations, from sheering sheep to spending the night in a Mexican drug lord’s home.
In an independent study course, a team of MBA students explored investment strategies drawing on the approaches they had learned about in the Innovator class.
More than 470 students from the Global Network for Advanced Management will participate in two installments of Global Network Week in the coming weeks.
Levin called for increased federal funding for university-based research, which he said is important to securing American prosperity.
Speaking as part of the Leaders Forum lecture series on January 29, Gorman called the banking crisis that began in 2008 an “embarrassing” industry failure that required an aggressive federal response.
Anthropologists and psychologists called it the "magical law of contagion," or the belief that a person's essence can be transmitted through objects they have touched. In the 1920s, anthropologist James Frazer suggested the belief was common to "savage and barbarous society." But, in a study published Monday in the journal PNAS, Yale University researchers argue that such magical thinking is alive and well here in the United States.
Schott testified about his research showing that a change in trade policy toward China resulted in sharp drop in U.S. manufacturing jobs.
Speaking as part of the Leaders Forum lecture series, Kleinfeld said that young business leaders need the discipline to master complex subjects.
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.