Sudhir’s award-winning article appeared in Management Science.
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The funding will enable YPFS to complete the New Bagehot Project, an ambitious and comprehensive effort to draw practical lessons from past financial crises.
The MBA for Executives Class of 2024 is an accomplished group including lawyers, physicians, engineers, dentists, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. The class is 50% women and 39% U.S. underrepresented students of color.
The one-week program, an intensive PhD course in behavioral finance, brought almost 50 students to the Yale School of Management from June 13 to 17 for a crash course in this growing field.
DelMonico has led Yale SOM’s admissions team since 2006.
Kate Fuentes ’22 reflects on how her and her son Ryan’s relationship deepened during the time they both spent at Yale—she in the MBA for Executives program; he as an undergraduate at Yale College. They graduated together in May.