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Catherine Rampell

Catherine Rampell

Catherine Rampell writes about economics for The New York Times, where she served as the founding editor of the Economix blog. Before joining The Times, Catherine wrote for the Washington Post editorial pages and financial section and for The Chronicle of Higher Education. She grew up in South Florida (the New York part) and graduated from Princeton.

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Catherine Rampell

Catherine Rampell

Catherine Rampell writes about economics for The New York Times, where she served as the founding editor of the Economix blog. Before joining The Times, Catherine wrote for the Washington Post editorial pages and financial section and for The Chronicle of Higher Education. She grew up in South Florida (the New York part) and graduated from Princeton.

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Recovery Still Slow as New Data Show Little Growth

By Catherine Rampell, The New York Times News Service | Report
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