News & Awards

News Clips: September 17-23

Sep 18, 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, email extaff@princeton.edu, and we will add it promptly.

This Insane Plan to 'Prop Up' Antarctica Could Help Save The World
Science Alert (Michael Oppenheimer)

China Scholars Need to Break Free of Beijing
The Epoch Times (Rory Truex)

Trump's Colonial Palestinian Policy Is Doomed To Failure
Lobe Log (Daniel Kurtzer)

Solving Social Problems “One Coin Toss at a Time”
Stanford Social Innovation Review (Angus Deaton)

Report shows that US police militarization does not reduce crime
World Socialist Web Site (Jonathan Mummolo)

Right to remain Anonymous: Scholar who decoded “Primary Colors” unmasks author of Times op-ed
Salon (Julian Zelizer)

We're going to see more pressure in job market assuming recovery
CNBC (Alan Krueger)

Nominations for a silly economics prize with a sensible purpose
Financial Times (Eldar Shafir)

The truth squad
Science (Susan Fiske)

Epic Theatre Ensemble's THE WINNING SIDE Names Special Guests for Post Show Series
Broadway World (Julian Zelizer)

Just Don't Call It Privacy
The New York Times (Jonathan Mayer)

China, US head for economic showdown
IOL (Aaron Friedberg)

30 yrs. later, global warming still hasn't sunk Maldives
One News Now (Michael Oppenheimer)

Republicans haven't been serious about investigating Ford's allegation
CNN (by Julian Zelizer)

Latest U.S.-China tariffs raise fears of an economic Cold War
The Day (Aaron Friedberg)

New U.S.-China tariffs raise fears of an economic Cold War
The Washington Post (Aaron Friedberg)

New round of U.S.-China tariffs raise fears of an economic Cold War
Chicago Tribune (Aaron Friedberg)

Ten years on, in uncharted waters
The Hindu (Atif Mian)

Corporate fast-food chains continue to end no-poach provisions in US
Verdict Foodservice (Alan Krueger)

How private sector can fight opioid epidemic
The Hill (Alan Krueger)

Under Pressure, WeWork Backs Down On Employee Noncompete Requirements
KUNC (Alan Krueger)

Yahya and the 1971 partition
Daily Times (Gary Bass)

Forward guidance and policy normalisation
European Central Bank (Alan Blinder)

U.S. Global Media Agency Launches Farsi Service to Reach Iranians
Government Executive (Ryan Crocker)

Jewish Insider's Daily Kickoff: September 17, 2018
Haaretz (Alan Krueger)

POLITICO Playbook: Can Kavanaugh hang on?
POLITICO (Alan Krueger)

The ‘Pink Wave’ stops at governor’s mansions — At least a DOZEN candidates interested in PUBLIC ADVOCATE seat — MOLINARO enters the fray
POLITICO (Alan Krueger)

Murphy balks at 10% marijuana tax rate
POLITICO (Alan Krueger)

Thinking about the Student-Loan Crisis
National Review (Atif Mian)

China’s energy policies should balance air, carbon and water
New Food Magazine (Denise Mauzerall)

Governor candidates Andrew Gillum, Stacey Abrams and Benjamin Jealous talk dodging racism
The Grio (Benjamin Jealous)

Does It Matter That Trump Is a Liar?
Foreign Policy (Keren Yarhi-Milo)

Loneliness a Concern? You're Not Alone
Legal Reader (Anne Case and Angus Deaton)