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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For $3,860, A New Life

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How Foreign Aid Hurts Haitian Farmers

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The World According To Mohamed El-Erian

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Debt Crisis Follows Greece Getting A Second Look

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Experts Say Bills Won't End 'Too Big To Fail'

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Fed Speak Hard To Decipher

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Congress Turns To Overhauling Financial Regulations

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Donors Meet On Haiti Aid

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Why Haitian Bus Owners Spend So Much On Murals

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A Tent-City Economy Grows In Haiti

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The Unlikely Story Of One Poor Haitian Who Got Rich

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What Haiti Needs More Than Charity: Trade

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U.S. Reverses Course On Who's Top Creditor

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