Adam Davidson Adam Davidson is a contributor to Planet Money, a co-production of NPR and This American Life. He also writes the weekly "It's the Economy" column for the New York Times Magazine.
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U.S. Battling Other Countries To Be Cheapest Source Of Goods

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Immigrants Tend To Complement, Not Replace American Jobs

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4.2 Million Americans Were Hired In January (And 4.1 Million Quit Or Got Fired)

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Dow's 'Record Highs' Misleading Without Including Inflation

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Despite Its Flaws, There's Money In Measuring Consumer Confidence

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4 Years After Bankruptcy, How Is Lehman Faring?

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See photos of Peter Frew and other tailors in this slide show from The New York Times Magazine. Marvin Orellana/The New York Times hide caption

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This Man Makes Beautiful Suits, But He Can't Afford To Buy One

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Why Matzo Makers Love Regulation

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