Study Maps Mental Health Medication Use in the U.S.
Professor Marissa King mapped the geographic patterns of the use of antidepressants, antipsychotics, and stimulants across the United States. She identified large regional clusters, centered on Tennessee, where use of these drug classes were elevated.
The Pleasure of Guilt
Guilt may be a key mechanism for enhancing pleasure, according to new research co-authored by Professor Ravi Dhar.
Decline in U.S. Manufacturing Jobs Tied to Shift in China Trade Policy
A new working paper co-authored by Professor Peter Schott links the sharp decrease in U.S. manufacturing employment after 2001 to a substantial shift in U.S. trade policy towards China in late 2000.
What has happened to the labor market in the Great Recession?
With 14 million people out of work in the U.S., labor markets are receiving a lot of attention. Yale SOM's Lisa Kahn did groundbreaking work on the impact of graduating into a bad economy. She offers her take on what's happening now and what to expect.
Have global capital markets shifted?
Sensing a broad change in the capital markets in recent years, the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance set out to better understand what was happening. Jonathan Koppell describes what he and his colleagues learned from a series of discussions with investors, directors, managers, and regulators around the globe.