News & Awards

News Clips: September 24-30

Sep 26, 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 extaff@princeton.edu, and we will add it promptly.

Trump Approves FBI Investigation Before Final Kavanaugh Vote
WCBS880 (Julian Zelizer)

You Are Not Alone With Your Concerns About Climate Change
Clean Technica (Deborah Prentice)

Bringing the world to Penn
PennToday (Aaron Friedberg)

Shahzeen Attari explores the psychology of saving the planet
ScienceNews (Elke Weber)

Jealous vs. Hogan Leaves Unanswered Questions
AFRO (Benjamin Jealous)

Princeton's Blinder Says Fed Still Accommodative, Doesn't See Bubble in Stocks
Bloomberg (Alan Blinder)

Philadelphia’s Poor: Experiences From Below the Poverty Line
Pew Charitable Trusts (Janet Currie)

Alexander Hamilton Society Hosts Panel On Chinese Soft Power
The Georgetown Voice (Aaron Friedberg)

Viewpoints: Don’t Leave Behind Pain Patients While Fixing Opioid Crisis; Anti-Immigration Policies Threaten Health Care
Kaiser Health News (Alan Krueger)

Princeton Professor Encourages UVU Students to Seek the Truth in Media
The UVU Review (Julian Zelizer)

Uber drivers are earning 53% less than they did in 2013
Big Think (Alan Krueger)

Hutchins Roundup: Local Market Concentration, Consumer Responses to Tax Refunds, and More
Brookings Institution (Esteban Rossi-Hansberg)

At long last, economists appreciate that private debt was the catalyst for the crisis
City A.M. (Atif Mian)

Analysis: Kavanaugh Accuser Ford Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee
WBUR 90.9 (Julian Zelizer)

This was worse than what the Senate did to Anita Hill
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

Biased News Media or Biased Readers? An Experiment on Trust
The New York Times (Cecilia Rouse)

Emotionally wrenching testimony leaves the Senate, and the nation, bitterly divided
Los Angeles Times (Julian Zelizer)

Perspective: Why senators claim to believe Ford — but still side with Kavanaugh
The Washington Post (Betsy Levy Paluck)

Time to take race out of medical studies
COSMOS (Keith Wailoo)

‘Have no guilt’: Princeton’s 1st woman president offers wisdom to female execs
ROI (Shirley Tilghman)

The productivity conundrum
Financial Times (Alan Blinder)

Eye on the prize: This list of Indian literary awards for books in English is a long and varied one
Scroll.in (Gary Bass)

Inequality is inevitable
Enter Stage Right (Angus Deaton)

Is Germany Slouching Toward Weimar Again?
The Wall Street Journal (Harold James)

7 Events to Check Out During the 10th Annual Climate Week NYC
EcoWatch (Michael Oppenheimer)

To dispel myths, redirect the belief, study says
Medical Xpress (Alin Coman)

How much people really make in the 'gig economy'
The Washington Post (Alan Krueger)

Unaffiliated voters on rise in Colorado, but impact unclear
Littleton Independent (Nolan McCarty)

What We Heard At The FTC Hearings: Day 2
Law360 (Robert Willig)

Jared Kushner's Jewishness Won't Doom His Peace Plan. This Will.
Forward (Daniel Kurtzer)

Time for Market-Based Interest Rates Again
The Wall Street Journal (Alan Blinder)

Rosenstein is a lightning rod
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)