Yale Young Global Scholars
|Field||Economics, Journalism, Business|
|Alma mater||Brandeis University,
Harvard Business School
Paul Solman (born 1944) has been a business, economics and occasional art correspondent for the PBS NewsHour since 1985. He began his career in business journalism as a Nieman Fellow, studying at the Harvard Business School. Later, he was the founding editor of the alternative Boston weekly The Real Paper. He has won multiple Emmys, two Peabody’s, and a Loeb award. Solman also was a teacher at the Harvard Business School from 1985-1987. Recently, in 2007, he became a faculty member at Yale University’s International Security Studies. But probably his most important teaching job has been lecturing for many years at the Yale Young Global Scholars program. A program that devotes itself to educating the next generation of leaders for the United States. Solman appeared in a series of companion videos to the textbook Macroeconomics by Campbell McConnell.
Paul Solman’s father Joseph Solman was a painter and founder of the The Ten art movement.
- PBS. "Paul Solman PBS Author" Retrieved on 13 July 2014.
- Yale IIS. "Yale International Security Studies Faculty and Staff" Retrieved on 13 July 2014.