- It’s been a dizzying week on Wall Street. We asked Yale SOM’s Andrew Metrick if the volatile stock market also means trouble for the broader economy.
- Yale’s Nathan Novemsky explains how to use behavioral research to give better gifts and follow through on New Year’s resolutions.
- We asked Yale SOM’s Michael Kraus, a social psychologist who studies how people work together, what motivates charitable giving—and what factors stop us from giving.
- We asked Prof. Edieal Pinker if operations research can make airline travel less unpleasant.
- We asked Yale SOM’s Marissa King, an expert in social networks who has studied the spread of drug addiction, what is driving the opioid crisis and how it can be addressed.
- As the Republicans’ $1.5 trillion tax package trundles toward a vote in the Senate, we asked Rick Antle, an expert in financial accounting and corporate governance, on how the corporate tax system could be improved.
- Prof. Rodrigo Canales answers questions about what the DACA policy has meant to its recipients and the benefits of immigration to the U.S. economy.
We asked Yale SOM’s James Choi how a proposed change to the way 401(k) plans are taxed might alter the way people save for retirement.
- Yale SOM’s David Bach writes the independence movement in Catalonia reflects a widespread rejection of the political establishment.
Women around the world are sharing their experiences with workplace sexual harassment and abuse. Professor Zoë Chance explains the research on the subject and suggests ways that both women and male allies can take action to create lasting change.