WWS in the News

News Clips: Week of July 24 - 30

Jul 27, 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.

Trump: I’m very ‘disappointed’ in Jeff Sessions
New York Post (Julian Zelizer)

Top economists debate the state of the U.S. labor market
Bloomberg (Alan Krueger)

Blinder Says Gary Cohn Is a 'Market Guy'
Bloomberg (Alan Blinder)

Health Care Is Still in Danger
The New York Times (Paul Krugman)

Blinder Sees Limited Economic Impact From GOP Health Bill
Bloomberg (Alan Blinder)

Can School Choice Reduce Crime?
American Spectator (Will Dobbie)

US Muslims see friendly neighbors, but a foe in White House
Washington Post (Amaney Jamal)

Trump would be wise to sign Russia sanctions bill
CNN by Julian Zelizer

Survey: US Muslims optimistic in spite of rising concerns
CBS News (Amaney Jamal)

GOP Lawmakers' Tricky Tango With Trump
RealClearPolitics (Julian Zelizer)

How Not to Advocate for a Woman at Work
Harvard Business Review (Susan Fiske) 

Americans with disabilities still can't land jobs
CBS News (Angus Deaton and Anne Case)

Poor Delusional Democrats: Trump Rolls With The Punches
The Daily Caller (Alan Blinder) 

The bigotry baked into welfare cuts
WTOP (Martin Gilens)

GOP's risky road toward Obamacare repeal
CNN by Julian Zelizer

Think Tennessee Lawmakers Are Becoming More Divided? You're Right, Researchers Say
WPLN (Nolan McCarty)

Britain can resist America's opioid scourge
Financial Times (Anne Case)

Too Risky for Researchers?
Inside Higher Ed (Stephen Kotkin)

A few comments on e-cigarettes and cigarette smoking among adolescents and young adults
American Enterprise Institute (Janet Currie)

More than 100 scholars denounce Adani 'crony capitalism' furore
The Sydney Morning Herald (Angus Deaton)

Women Should Dress Modestly To Succeed At Work — Science Proves It
Forward (Susan Fiske)