Adam Davidson is a journalist and author from the United States. He writes for The New Yorker as a contributor. His primary responsibilities include business, technology, and economics. He co-founded NPR’s Planet Money program and previously covered the Iraq war, the Asian tsunami, and concerns of globalization. His reporting earned him the Daniel Schorr Journalism Award.
Adam Davidson Age
Adam Davidson was born in the United States of America in 1970. He is 52 years old.
Adam Davidson Height
Adam stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Adam Davidson Family
Adam was born in 1970 in the United States of America to Jack Davidson and his mother. However, very little is known about Adam’s family ( Parents and siblings).
Adam Davidson Wife
Adam is happily married to Jen Banbury. She is a freelance writer, playwright, author, and journalist from the United States. They have a kid named Ash and currently reside in New York City.
Adam Davidson Education
Adam got finished his high school course at Stuyvesant High School. Later he attended and graduated from the University of Chicago.
Adam Davidson Salary
Adam pockets an annual salary of $74,285.
Adam Davidson Net worth
Adam’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Adam Davidson Career
Adam is currently a contributing writer at The New Yorker. His primary responsibilities include business, technology, and economics. Formerly, the journalist was a columnist for the On Money podcast and a contributor to the Times Magazine. In addition, before co-founding and co-hosting NPR’s “Planet Money,” he worked as an international business and economics correspondent. He also frequently contributes to “This American Life,” primarily co-reporting the episode titled “The Great Pool of Money.”
His journalism has earned him a Peabody Award, a DuPont-Columbia Award, and a Polk Award. Aside from that, the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University deemed Adam one of the best pieces of journalism of the decade. His writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including The Atlantic, Harper’s, GQ, and Rolling Stone, to name a few. Adam McKay, the co-writer and director of the Academy Award-winning film “The Big Short,” is a former technical consultant.
For Marketplace, the journalist worked as a Middle East correspondent for PRI. He later became NPR’s foreign business and economics correspondent. In 2008, Adam and Alex Blumberg co-founded NPR’s Planet Money. He then became an economics journalist for the New York Times Magazine. In 2016, the journalist was hired as a staff writer at The New Yorker.
He previously covered the Iraq war, the Asian tsunami, and globalization issues for NPR’s Planet Money program. In 2008, Adam and Alex Blumberg co-founded NPR’s Planet Money. He then became an economics journalist for the New York Times Magazine.
He co-founded Planet Money on NPR in 2008, along with Alex Blumberg. He joined The New Yorker in 2016 as a staff writer. However, he had left that position by 2021 but remained a contributing writer to the magazine.