Ann Crittenden is an award-winning journalist, author, and lecturer. She was an economics and investigative reporter for The New York Times from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s, winning numerous awards and a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize. Prior to her work at the Times, she was a staff writer and foreign correspondent for Newsweek and a reporter for Fortune magazine. She has been a visiting lecturer at MIT and Yale, an economics commentator for CBS News, and executive director of the Fund for Investigative Journalism. Since leaving the Times, Crittenden has written four books and a play, in addition to numerous magazine articles for publications as diverse as Barron’s, Foreign Affairs, and Glamour.
Is breastfeeding the new patriarchy? Elisabeth Badinter overstates her case—and overlooks what the French can really teach us about raising children.Ann CrittendenApr 26, 2012
Discrimination against Palestinians in the country is reaching frightening levels.Ann CrittendenMar 06, 2012
For Palestinians in Israel, having a family and being a citizen can be mutually exclusive.Ann CrittendenMar 05, 2012
The idea that helping others harms them is not just wrong but destructive to democracy, Deborah Stone argues.Ann CrittendenOct 24, 2008
Two new books offer some thoughtful insights on the future of the American economy.Ann CrittendenMay 19, 2007