News & Awards

News Clips: July 30 - August 5

Jul 30, 2018

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly. If an item is missing, email, and we will add it promptly.

America's Neville Chamberlain
Project Syndicate (by Harold James)

DC Memo: Painter thinning DFL's patience
MinnPost (Alan Blinder)

Learning to adapt to the growing gig economy
Troy Media (Alan Krueger)

U.S. Jobs Engine Keeps Humming While Wage Pickup Stays Elusive
Bloomberg (Alan Krueger)

With unemployment so low, where are the workers coming from?
Marketplace (Alan Blinder and Alan Krueger)

Trump Anxiety Disorder (and Other Maladies)
American Greatness (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

US bill downplays India's role in Afghanistan
DAWN (Ryan Crocker)

A Lot Still Needs to Be Done to Address the Gender Gap in Academia
The Wire (Henrik Kleven)

7 Deceptions of Decision Making - An Analyst's Guide
Business World (Emily Pronin)

Is charity for the poor futile?
The New Times (Angus Deaton)

Stopping bullies rising to the top
BBC (Susan Fiske)

Trump’s Auto Efficiency Rollback: Losing the Climate Fight, 1 MPG at a Time
Inside Climate News (Michael Oppenheimer)

The Bubble: Don't believe the hype, Trump leading us to 'economic chaos,' liberals say
USA Today (Julian Zelizer)

U.S.-Taliban Talks: Afghan Government Wasn't In The Room, Crocker Says
NPR (Ryan Crocker)

The secret to Democratic victory: Stop Trump!
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

The Press Doesn't Case Wars—Presidents Do
The Atlantic (by Julian Zelizer)

America's Neville Chamberlain
The Jordan Times (Harold James)

Is Charity for the Poor Futile?
Project Syndicate (Angus Deaton)

Ferroglobe PLC (GSM) Analysts See $0.22 EPS; Tremblant Capital Group Has Trimmed By $2.98 Million Its Tesla (Put) (TSLA) Holding
Flecha123 (Angus Deaton)

Dems Are Better for the Economy. Why Won't They Say So?
The Daily Beast (Alan Blinder and Mark Watson)

If Location Is an Asset, High Rent Is ‘Saving’ for the Future
Citylab (Esteban Rossi-Hansberg)

U.S. July Jobs Report 'Truly Solid,' Says Princeton's Krueger
Bloomberg (Alan Krueger)

Why Higher Rent Can Be a Good Investment
Lifehacker (Esteban Rossi-Hansberg)

How Econ Went From Philosophy to Science
Bloomberg Opinion (Henrik Kleven)

Index Capital Gains, but Not Without Congress’s Consent
The Wall Street Journal (by Alan Blinder)

The Health 202: 'Medicare for all' is the dream. 'Medicaid for more' could be the reality.
The Washington Post (Heather Howard)

Trump's new tax cut proposal 'opens the door to titanic abuse of tax shelters': Expert
CNBC (Alan Blinder)

Trump’s Latest Gift To Billionaires Lays Bare His True Motivations
The Daily Banter (Alan Blinder)

The trouble with counter-terrorism partnerships: tackling the toughest cases
War on the Rocks (Jacob Shapiro)

Fertility Falls Again, Hitting 42-Year Low According to Demographic Intelligence
Benzinga (Alicia Adsera)

Facebook gets out in front of the storm
POLITICO (Ed Felten)

A Depressing Trend: Men Without Work
Newsmax Finance (Alan Krueger)

How music has responded to a decade of economic inequality
Vox (Alan Krueger)

Why I Didn’t Sign Up to Defend the International Order
Foreign Policy (Robert Keohane)

Millennials Are Sick of Old Politicians but Too Poor to Replace Them
Vice (Julian Zelizer)

Why Keith Ellison (yes, Keith Ellison) has been talking so much about older, rural white men
MinnPost (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Un interviu imaginar cu Petre Pandrea
Dilema Veche (Stephen Kotkin)

Robert Samuelson: The Fed’s strange “independence” (Alan Blinder)

The Memo: Trump is a risk to GOP in midterms
The Hill (Julian Zelizer)

Kamala Harris' challenge in a 2020 presidential bid? Defining herself before her opponents do
Los Angeles Times (Julian Zelizer)

Democrats face dilemma on impeachment
Washington Examiner (Julian Zelizer)

The Health 202: Meet the unicorn of health-care policy
The Washington Post (Heather Howard)

Trouble still ahead for GOP — even with a growing economy
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

A live version of Twitter: The Trump show returns to Tampa
Tampa Bay Times (Julian Zelizer)

How independent is the Fed?
The Washington Post (Alan Blinder)

Despite Trump's rebuke, US Fed to continue steady course
The New Paper (Alan Blinder)

Robert J. Samuelson: The Fed's strange 'independence'
Omaha World-Herald (Alan Blinder)

Despite Trump rebuke, US Fed to continue steady course
France 24 (Alan Blinder)

Monetary policy for the next recession
Financial Times (Alan Blinder)

Private Dreams and Public Ideals in San Francisco
The New Yorker (Alison Isenberg)

Book Helps Cope With Social, Personal Problems
Financial Tribune (Eldar Shafir)

Sam Rosenfeld recommends 3 books on the history of American political polarization
Vox (Julian Zelizer)

Democratic Decay: Examining Sri Lanka under the Rajapaksa Government
Ground Views (Kim Lane Scheppele)

Review of Robert Reich’s great “Inequality For All”
Fabius Maximus website (Alan Krueger)