Yale political scientist Gregory Huber discusses public sentiment about voting in the upcoming election, and how he expects Nov. 3 to play out.
The Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges and the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs are cosponsoring a virtual discussion series that explores the...
With up to 30,000 jobs projected to be lost in the coming weeks, Yale’s Kevin Williams discusses the economics of air travel and how the industry can survive.
Forced to cancel field research, Yale’s Elizabeth Nugent found unexpected insights working at home with Nick Wade, Sarah Kammourh, and Marwan Safar Jalani.
While rural communities in the U.S. West have traditionally expressed attitudes of self-reliance COVID-19 may be altering that historic dynamic — for now.
Led by psychology professor Laurie Santos, the free Sept. 2 session will cover principles from her popular online course “The Science of Well-Being.”
Yale political scientist Jacob Hacker discusses how economic and ethnic inequality has shaped the pandemic, and how policy makers should respond.