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  • A Vast Experiment in Remote Work

    Scott Wharton ’95, who leads Logitech’s video collaboration group, sees far-reaching and sustained changes from the remote work explosion forced on us by the pandemic.

    An illustration of people communicating through videoconferencing software
  • Investing in Vietnam’s Future

    Venture capitalist Eddie Thai ’12 says that the pandemic is doing economic damage to Vietnam’s globalization-driven tech sector, even as some companies in his portfolio see their valuations grow.

    An illustration showing volatile financial results through boats on the ocean
  • Manage Your Team with Empathy

    Laszlo Bock ’99, CEO of Humu, says that right now, checking in on how your team members are doing is is the most important thing you can to keep your organization productive.

    Graphic showing empathy in business
  • Faculty Viewpoints: The Public Health Response

    In an online discussion, Yale faculty members discussed what’s missing from the public health response to COVID-19 and offered visions of the post-pandemic world. 
    Drive-through testing for COVID-19 in Lake Elsinore, California, in March 2020. Photo: Bob Riha, Jr./Getty Images.
  • Faculty Viewpoints: The Macroeconomic Outlook

    In an online event hosted by Yale SOM’s Economic Development Club, Peter Schott and Lorenzo Caliendo, both professors of economics at Yale SOM, walked through some of the macroeconomic implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
     A mostly empty Times Square in New York City
  • A Global Crisis Requires Global Collaboration

    On March 24, experts in finance, economics, and health from Global Network schools in seven countries gathered for an online conversation about the state of the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic fallout, and the path to recovery. 
    A microscope image of the virus that causes COVID-19
  • Are Electronic Health Records Useful Yet? 

    The story of EHRs serves as a prelude to what we’re experiencing today in almost every facet of our lives: a utopian promise of ubiquitous data tempered by technical challenges and concerns over privacy.

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  • Top Insights of 2019

    In 2019, our most-read articles included research on the effects of racial stereotypes, two studies of the venture capital industry, and behavioral takes on riddles, photography, and the workplace. 
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  • What We Talk about When We Talk about Stock Market Crashes

    In an excerpt from his new book, Yale SOM’s Robert Shiller examines how the stock market rise of the 1920s, the crash of 1929, and the Great Depression that followed came to be seen as a tale of recklessness and divine punishment—and how that narrative still shapes our understanding of the stock market. 

    Messengers from brokerage houses crowd around a newspaper after the stock market crash on October 24, 1929. Photo: by Eddie Jackson/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images.