Noam Scheiber

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Noam Scheiber /ˈnm ˈʃbər/ is a senior editor for The New Republic.[1] He has been with the magazine since 2000.[2]

Scheiber is a Rhodes Scholar[3] and holds a masters degree in economics from Oxford University and a bachelors degree in mathematics from Tulane University.[2]

He has contributed to numerous other news sources including The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, CNBC and National Public Radio.[2]

His book, The Escape Artists: How Obama's Team Fumbled the Recovery was released in February 2012. Based on more than 250 interviews combined with the author's own opinions it tells about the Obama administration's economic team and their handling of the economic recovery.[4][5]


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  2. ^ a b c Noam Scheiber CNBC. Retrieved 12 November 2013.
  3. ^ Rhodes Trust Chooses 32 As Scholars New York Times. 8 December 1997. Retrieved 12 November 2013
  4. ^ Michiko Kakutani (27 February 2012) Obama’s Economists, Not Stimulating Enough New York Times. Retrieved 12 November 2013
  5. ^ Noam Scheiber (10 February 2012). "Obama's Worst Year: The inside story of his brush with political disaster.". The New Republic. Retrieved 2012-02-19.