WWS in the News

News Clips: Week of Mar. 6 - 12

Mar 7, 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.

When it comes to money and good health, it's a tall man's world
Daily Nation (Angus Deaton)

Nobel Prize Winning Economist Blasts America's 'Rent-Seeking' Economy
The Liberty Beacon (Angus Deaton)

Nobel laureate ponders poor in Bangladesh v America
DhakaTribune (Angus Deaton)

This chart is a powerful indictment of our current health-care system
The Washington Post (Angus Deaton)

Is It Better to Be Poor in Bangladesh or the Mississippi Delta?
The Atlantic (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Study: Female Participation in Workforce Far from Globally Embraced
Diverse Issues in Higher Education (Angus Deaton)

What the Nobel Prize winner in economics has in common with Donald Trump
The Washington Post (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

34 Awarded during Maharana Mewar Foundation 35th Annual Awards Distribution Ceremony
UdaipurTimes.com (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

How Significant Are Trump's Attacks on Obama?
The Atlantic (Julian Zelizer) 

Trump's Virtual Wall
Project Syndicate (Oleg Itskhoki) 

Donald Trump raises accusations against Barack Obama
Mundo (Julian Zelizer) 

Of Memory and Forgetting: How Facebook is Warping Human Recollection
Sputnik International (Alin Coman) 

Trump's Bolsheviks rage against their betrayal by the deep state
The Australian Financial Review (Harold James)

THE MEMO: Presidential code smashed under Trump
The Hill (Julian Zelizer) 

The dark psychology of dehumanization, explained
Vox (Susan Fiske) 

Anti-crime phone app 'Vigilante,' with real-time alerts, relaunches as 'Citizen'
Washington Post (Benjamin Jealous) 

Why American Universities Need Immigrants
The Atlantic (Marta Tienda) 

Donald Trump is a one-man Watergate
Chicago Reader (Julian Zelizer) 

US economic woes as big a concern as Donald Trump's cryptic foreign policy plans
Business Day (Alan Krueger) 

The End of the Idea of North America
The New Yorker (Douglas Massey)