A new study by Yale’s Margaret L. Traeger and partners at the Institute for Network Science examines how robots influence people’s behavior in group settings.
A study of close to 15,000 people has found that when managers acknowledge employees’ emotions — and manage their own feelings — the entire workplace benefits.
In a study of farmers in Malawi, Yale’s Mushfiq Mobarak found that women’s performance on certain tasks was hindered by how other people received their work.
Yale political scientist Alan Gerber has been named the next director of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies. His post will begin July 1.
Goldberg, the Elihu Professor of Economics at Yale and outgoing chief economist of the World Bank Group, discusses world politics and global poverty.
Shapiro discusses his new book with Michael J. Graetz, “Wolf at the Door,” and the policies and politics necessary to make Americans more economically secure.
According to a new Yale study of low-income families, toys, books, and participation in household activities can boost a child’s cognitive and emotional skills.