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Dartmouth - "After the Recession: Can the Obama Administration Fix the Economy?"

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2009

David Leonhardt's column on economics and business appears on Wednesday in The New York Times. David has been writing about economics for The Times since 2000. He was one of the writers who produced the paper's recent series on social class in the United States. He has written frequently about economic policy, real estate and the job market, as well as about the corporate scandals of recent years. In 2004, David founded an analytical sports column, called Keeping Score, which runs on Sundays. Since joining The Times in 1999, he has also written about culture, science and travel. David previously worked for Business Week magazine, in Chicago and New York, and for the metro desk of The Washington Post. A New York native, he studied applied mathematics at Yale.

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