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The Yale Research Initiative on Innovation and Scale (Y-RISE) has launched a new partnership with BRAC, the world’s largest non-governmental organization, to advance the science of scaling effective programs to end global poverty. The partnership was anno...
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A new study by researchers at the Yale School of the Environment (YSE) focuses on infrastructure in India and South Africa to find that infrastructure inequalities are ingrained in the urbanization process. Growing up in Delhi, India, Bhartendu Pandey ’21 PhD walked mil...
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A small delegation from the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale traveled to India in March 2022. Stops on their visit included Yale Inclusion Economics' India Centre which is hosted at IFMR, the sponsoring body of Krea University, and a visit to Kre...
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Inclusion Economics at Yale University, a policy-engaged research initiative promoting inclusive institutions, economies, and societies has been launched. The initiative is a collaboration between the Economic Growth Center and the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for Intern...
Girls school
A former diplomat, British cabinet secretary, and member of Parliament, Rory Stewart is a senior fellow at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. In that role, he has helped established the Yale Development Dialogues, a discussion series jointly presented by the Ja...
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Indian states are deploying a new policy tool that shows potential to reduce their high air-pollution levels, which are estimated to have caused nearly 1.7 million deaths, or 18% of all Indian deaths, in 2019. The policy tool — an emissions trading system (ETS) known as...
Air pollution
Poorer households in India are bearing a disproportional impact from pollution caused by others, a new study by Yale School of the Environment Associate Professor of Energy Systems Narasimha Rao has found. The study, published in the journal Nature Sustainability, is the firs...
Women workers
India ranks 140th among 156 Nations in the World Economic Forum’s 2021 Gender Gap Index and is only ahead of Pakistan and Afghanistan in South Asia with some of the world’s lowest labor force participation rates. In their latest research, Yale economists  ...

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