The MBA Innovation Summit, an afternoon convening business practitioners and students on the topic of innovation, reflects a growing interest at Yale in innovation thinking, tools, and strategies, as well as their practical application in solving major business challenges.
Professor Olav Sorenson is among a group of scholars who have launched Sociological Science, a new online, open-access journal that aims to be an innovator in academic publishing.
Teams of students from Yale SOM, the Yale School of Medicine, Yale School of Public Health, and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences competed in the Yale Health and Life Sciences Club’s annual Healthcare Case Competition on February 21.
Five students from the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies competed against student teams from other top schools around the country, in a competition hosted by Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.
“Liquidity as an Investment Style” co-authored by Professors Roger Ibbotson and Zhiwu Chen, and “Capitalism and Financial Innovation,” by Professor Robert Shiller, won article awards from the CFA Institute.
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.
Schott testified about his research showing that a change in trade policy toward China resulted in sharp drop in U.S. manufacturing jobs.