News & Awards

News Clips: Week of Jan. 1 - 7

Jan 2, 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, please email, and we will add it promptly.

The Real Future of Work
POLITICO Magazine (Alan Krueger)

Inside the Amish town that builds U2, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift's live shows
Wired (Alan Krueger)

Stocks Rally, Bonds Fall as Jobs Miss Shrugged Off: Markets Wrap (Alan Krueger)

Stocks Rally, Bonds Fall as Jobs Miss Shrugged Off: Markets Wrap
Bloomberg Markets (Alan Krueger)

Op-Ed A higher minimum wage won’t bankrupt businesses. Low wages might
Los Angeles Times (Alan Krueger)

Surveillance: Tax Cut Impacts are Starting, Cohn Says
Bloomberg (Alan Krueger)

Does regulation kill off business profits, as Trump claims? Not at all
Salon (Atif Mian)

Honing in on wealth inequality in America
Chicago Booth Review (Atif Mian)

The Tax Law and Professor Pander
Inside Sources (Alan Blinder)

Franchising the Ivy League: How about Yale at Yreka?
The Washington Post (Alan Krueger)

America Can't Save the Two-state Solution
Haaretz (by Daniel Kurtzer)

Bannon bomb blows up Republican plans for 2018
Financial Times (Julian Zelizer)

Sweet potatoes + Charlie Rose + robots + lead contamination
Jackson Observer (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

The Case for More Medicare
The New York Times (Paul Starr)

December US jobs report reveals weaker than expected growth
World Socialist Web Site (Alan Krueger)

Fight Among The Wolves
Outlook India (Stephen Kotkin)

What Is to Be Done?: On "Democracy in America?"
Los Angeles Review of Books (Martin Gilens)

Stocks rally, bonds fall as jobs miss shrugged off
Boston Globe (Alan Krueger)

Study Finds Facebook was the Biggest Distributor of Fake News
PCMag (Andrew Guess)

Fake news had wide reach but little impact in US polls: Study suggests
The Straits Times (Andrew Guess)

New study: Facebook "the most important mechanism facilitating" fake news
Media Matters for America (Andrew Guess)

Dartmouth Professor’s Study Finds About 1 in 4 People View Fake News
Valley News (Andrew Guess)

Button Down
Civicist (Andrew Guess)

ASSA 2018: a conference and city guide
OUPblog (Alan Krueger)

Job outlook growing worse for young American men
Courier Journal (Alan Krueger)

Help self-employed boost retirement, health savings
The Straits Times (Alan Krueger)

Houston Chronicle (Alan Krueger)

Some Real Data on Fake News
The Chronicle of Higher Education (Andrew Guess)

Fighting Fake News is Not the Solution
The New Yorker (Andrew Guess)

A New Strategy for Health Care
American Prospect (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Happiness now braving a new frontier: The science lab
India Today (Angus Deaton and Daniel Kahneman)

The Leftists have got it wrong – we shouldn't care about inequality at all
The Telegraph (Angus Deaton)

World Poverty Has Plummeted—But Will It Ever Disappear?
SingularityHub (Angus Deaton)

Meet DFID's new head economist
Devex (Angus Deaton)

Everything You Need to Know About Cryptocurrency And Why It’s The Future Of Money
Futurism (Harold James)

Readers Take Alan Blinder to Task on Taxes
The Wall Street Journal (Alan Blinder)

CP Daily: Tuesday January 2, 2018
Carbon Pulse (Michael Oppenheimer)

Incident at Princeton spotlights sexual harassment in NJ
NJTV News (Deborah Prentice)

Princeton Study Says Fracking May Help Cause Low Birth Weight Babies
WSIU (Janet Currie)

Assessing the Bipartisan Secure Elections Act
Lawfare (Ed Felten)

Thank God for Democracy
Tap into Yorktown (Martin Gilens)

Va., Md. legislative sessions to begin on Jan. 10
Washington Blade (Benjamin Jealous)

How political leaders shape public opinion
The Economist (Atif Mian)

Podcast:  Gerrymandering and American democracy
Constitution Daily (Nolan McCarty)

Ukrainians are protesting corruption — and using a new approach. Here’s how it works.
The Washington Post (co-authored by Grigore Pop-Eleches)

The turbulence we survived
The Daily Star (Angus Deaton)

In 2018 politicians must appease Australia’s angry middle class
The West Australian (Angus Deaton)

Trump supporters far more likely to read and share ‘fake news’ on social media: study
Raw Story (Andrew Guess)

Cold Snap
Power Line (blog) (Michael Oppenheimer)

Electoral reform — the unfinished agenda
The Express Tribune (Atif Mian)