WWS in the News

News Clips: Week of July 17 - 23

Jul 20, 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.

Here's Why Yellen's Fed Cares About America's Opioid Epidemic
Bloomberg (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Did the Rodney King video change anything?
CNN (Julian Zelizer)

Poland's government is putting the courts under its control
The Economist (Kim Lane Scheppele)

Wife of Xiyue Wang, US-Chinese Princeton historian held in Iran, pleads for his release
South China Morning Post (Stephen Kotkin)

Soaring household debt a dangerous, overlooked risk in China
Global Times (Atif Mian)

Analysis: Trump unlikely to avoid blame for health care loss
WTOP (Julian Zelizer)

Trump Is Showing The World What A Weak American Presidency Looks Like
BuzzFeed News (Julian Zelizer)

Type of occupation linked to limited mobility as workers age
News-Medical.net (Noreen Goldman)

Selfish motives, not fairness, the best message for criminal justice advocacy groups
Phys.Org (Aaron Gottlieb)

Justice Democrat Ro Khanna Wants to Reform Campaign Finance
Paste Magazine (Martin Gilens)

Former diplomats urge State Department to keep refugee admissions program
Washington Post (Daniel Kurtzer)

When minimum wage surveys are flawed and misleading
Washington Times (Alan Krueger)

Suicide: Social, economic or both?
Albany Democrat Herald (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Good News For Russia: 15 States Use Easily Hackable Voting Machines
HuffPost (Ed Felten)

Jamie Dimon is right. Donald Trump's America has big problems
The Australian Financial Review (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Greening Up — Becoming Fearless
The Nelson Daily (Elke Weber)