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News Clips: Week of March 12 - 18

Mar 13, 2018

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.

Paul Krugman says lack of jobs may hit India's rapid economic growth
Business Today (Paul Krugman)

Trump is creating a dangerous echo chamber around himself
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

Lisa Brown will be good for business
Union-Bulletin.com (Alan Blinder and Mark Watson)

Invisibilia: Inspired By 'American Idol,' Somali TV Show Aimed To Change The World
NPR (Betsy Levy Paluck) 

Sexism predicts belief men have the right to veto abortions as well as refuse to pay for unwanted kids
PsyPost (Susan Fiske)

More Puerto Ricans leave for the mainland
The Economist (Douglas Massey)

The Week That Was: All of Lawfare in One Post
Lawfare (Ed Felten)

Guest Opinion: Is Russia undermining our democracy? No, we've been doing that ourselves
Ashlan Daily Tidings (Martin Gilens)

Fearless leader or lame duck? Putin's certain triumph heralds fresh uncertainty
WTOP (Stephen Kotkin)

The Day After Abbas
Jewish Exponent (Salam Fayyad)

Legal immigration has soared as illegal entries have dwindled
Dallas News (Douglas Massey)

Most lawyers don't understand cryptography. So why do they dominate tech policy debates?
The Washington Post (Ed Felten)

Trump's pick to take over CIA faces powerful skeptic in the Senate
Federal News Radio (Ed Felten)

A Labor-Based Movement for Medicare for All
Common Dreams (Angus Deaton

The White House PCLOB Nominations: A Pleasant Surprise
Lawfare (Ed Felten)

Half a degree more global warming could flood out 5 million more people
ScienceDaily (Michael Oppenheimer)

What If Companies Were Required to Tell Workers What Their Colleagues Earn?
Harvard Business Review (Alexandre Mas)

Pulitzer-winning sociologist offers Cleveland crowd a solution to affordable housing crisis
Cleveland.com (Matthew Desmond)

Kristof: Dictators love Trump, and he loves them
East Oregonian (Gary Bass)

Commentary: Freedom is not free; join the NAACP
Winston-Salem Chronicle (Benjamin Jealous)

ROBERT PRICE: It's good police are listening, but who else might want to?
Bakersfield.com (Ed Felten)

US government privacy watchdog stumbles back to its feet with new hires
The Register (Ed Felten)

Today's Headlines and Commentary
Lawfare (Ed Felten)

Trump Nominates Two New Members to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
Lawfare (Ed Felten)

Trump fills out intelligence oversight board
FCW (Ed Felten)

Great Recession still plagues workers with lower lifetime wages
Infosurhoy (Alexandre Mas)

All Eyes on Peter Navarro to Reshape US Trade Relations With China
The Epoch Times (Aaron Friedberg)

Carnegie Council Presents Special Spring Issue of "Ethics & International Affairs" Journal, Featuring Roundtable on Rising Powers and the International Order
PR Web (G. John Ikenberry)

Does money buy happiness?
InvestmentNews (Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton)

Measles vaccination saves children from so many other diseases
The Guardian (Jessica Metcalf)

Dictators Love Trump, and He Loves Them
The New York Times (Gary Bass)

This Is Exactly How Trade Wars Begin
The Wall Street Journal (by Alan Blinder)

Getting so much better all the time? Think again
The Economist (Angus Deaton)

Julian Zelizer on Barack Obama's Presidency
C-SPAN (Julian Zelizer)

Moms Are Still Earning Less Than Women Without Kids, New Study Finds, & It's A Huge Problem
Romper (Henrik Kleven)

Applying to HS in NYC Is More Like Applying to Med School. This App Can Help Students Find the Right School for Them
The 74 (Jennifer Jennings)

Big Pharma Created the Opioid Epidemic; We Can Stop It
The Tyee (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Wiretap: Could Trump really gut the Iran nuclear deal and still make one with North Korea?
The Colorado Independent (Julian Zelizer)

Campaigns cry foul in national Democrats' interference in key House races
WIMS Radio (Julian Zelizer)

Economic Impact: Understanding the size of the gig economy is challenging
Richmond-Times Dispatch (Alan Krueger)

Confusion over US tariff exemptions
World Socialist Web Site (Christina Davis)

Minority Report
Insider Higher Ed (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)

Great Recession still plagues workers with lower lifetime wages
EurekAlert! (Alexandre Mas)

Renewing U.S. Political Representation: Lessons From Europe and U.S History
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Nolan McCarty)

Who Is Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, Who Just Escaped an Attempt on His Life?
Haaretz (Salam Fayyad)

'Obama administration attorney' who endorsed Neil Gorsuch in ad named to Republican seat on privacy board
Washington Examiner (Ed Felten)