WWS in the News

News Clips: Week of July 10 - 16

Jul 13, 2017

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

The White House is Paralyzed
CNN (video featuring Julian Zelizer)

I Love My Job: ER Doc and Jeff Design Director Bon Ku
Philadelphia magazine (Uwe Reinhardt) 

Isolation vs. conciliation?
RT (video featuring Harold James)

Michael Oppenheimer on the ‘Unknown Unknowns’ of Climate Change
New York Magazine (Michael Oppenheimer)

Yellen Says Opioid Use Is Tied to Declining Labor Participation
Bloomberg (Anne Case)

Beware when independent financial advice is not independent
Financial Times (Angus Deaton)

Rex Tillerson Gets His First Test on the Road
Bloomberg (Daniel Kurtzer)

Former WH economists argue steel tariffs would hurt US economy, diplomatic ties
The Hill (Alan Krueger)

'Breaking' news — an iceberg the size of Delaware just broke off Antarctica
ThinkProgress (Michael Oppenheimer)

50 Years After Race Riots, Issues Remain the Same
US News & World Report (Julian Zelizer)

Fifty years after the riots that shook America, has anything changed?
CNN by Julian Zelizer

Strategy and Ship Design – History's Lessons For Future Warship Concepts
CIMSEC (Aaron Friedberg)

Historians 'Scratching Their Heads For Comparisons' After President's Son's Emails
WBUR (Audio featuring Julian Zelizer)

Questioning the World with Adam Conover
Splitsider (Douglas Massey)

Republicans can't give Trump team a pass on this one
CNN by Julian Zelizer

Are We as Doomed as That New York Magazine Article Says?
The Atlantic (Michael Oppenheimer)

The Economist Who Predicted Trump and Brexit Explains How Baby Boomers Ruined Everything
GQ Magazine (Alan Krueger)

Trump ran against family political dynasties, and then built his own
Boston Globe (Julian Zelizer)

Another reason for missing workers: Opioids
CBS News (Angus Deaton and Anne Case)

Nobel Prize Winner Angus Deaton: Economic Inequality Can Highlight Progress as Long
Finance Colombia (Angus Deaton)

What Do We Think Poverty Looks Like?
The New York Times (Martin Gilens)

The Fed took bold steps to boost the economy. Will undoing one of them rattle markets?
Los Angeles Times (Alan Blinder)

White House Declines to Refute Russian Claims on Trump Meeting
CNN (video featuring Julian Zelizer)

The Paris Agreement: Already Forgotten?
The Atlantic (Michael Oppenheimer)

We’re Not In a Bond Rout Yet, Gross Says
Bloomberg (Alan Krueger)

This critique left out some important information
Washington Post by Alan Krueger

Where It Hurts
Breaking Views (Alan Krueger)