A sharp critic of electoral democracy, Yale’s Hélène Landemore sees the present moment as an opportunity to imagine new and better things.
Carlie Martinez ’22 DNP is an internal medicine/urgent care nurse practitioner at Boston Medical Center.
New datasets are being released by companies and made publicly available during the coronavirus pandemic. A number of Yale social scientists are using these datasets to...
In the developing world, those most at risk from the economic effects of COVID-19 are beyond the reach of aid programs. Yale SOM’s Kevin Donovan wants to help.
Bangladesh’s 900,000 Rohingya refugees are uniquely vulnerable to COVID-19. A new survey by Yale’s Y-RISE initiative and others aims to protect the community.
Around the United States, states are easing the restrictions imposed to slow the spread of COVID-19. Forman discusses the medical and economic case.
Yale economist Fabrizio Zilibotti discusses his work to develop a predictive model for guiding policymakers as they try to restart economies safely.