News & Awards

News Clips: Week of June 12 - 18

Jun 15, 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, and we will add it promptly.

America's Opioid Nightmare
BBC World Service (Angus Deaton)

Opioid Addiction Isn’t The Disease; It’s The Symptom
Huffington Post (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Prepared text of the 2017 Stanford Commencement address by Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
Stanford News (Angus Deaton)

This is the Age at Which People are Least Happy with their Lives
D'Marge (Angus Deaton)

Iowa’s Obamacare rescue plan could set national trend
POLITICO Pro (Heather Howard)

45 years after Watergate, we're back in the same kind of mess
CNN by Julian Zelizer

New Statesman (Robert Keohane)

Power Causes Brain Damage
The Atlantic (Susan Fiske)

Back to the Global Vertical
The Globalist (Marc Fleurbaey)

Trump's America: What Watergate and Nixon's Downfall Can Teach Us 45 Years Later
Newsweek (Julian Zelizer)

In Hard Times, Voters Choose Assertive Leaders Over Respected Ones
Bloomberg (Susan Fiske)

The Simple Fix That'd Help Protect Georgia From Election Hacks
WIRED (Ed Felten)

The challenge of protecting members of Congress
CNN by Julian Zelizer

Bill Clinton demonized Ken Starr -- can Trump do the same to Mueller?
CNN by Julian Zelizer

US cities face growing flood risks
Climate News Network (Michael Oppenheimer)

Is San Diego's new minimum wage already hurting its poor?
San Diego Union-Tribune (Alan Krueger)

Will the Georgia Special Election Get Hacked?
POLITICO Magazine (Ed Felten)

Weak Trump, Strong Paul Ryan
New York Times (Paul Starr)

Jason Greenblatt, Israel's Fearless Friend in the White House
Algemeiner (Daniel Kurtzer)

An Open Letter To The Republican Leadership
HuffPost (Paul Starr)

What's Wrong With Stocks And Bonds And Right With Gold And Silver (Alan Blinder)