- Rebuilding, Class, Economy, Post-Disaster Recovery
- Location(s) of Work:
- New Orleans
Peter G. Gosselin has been national economics correspondent for the Los Angeles Times since 1999. His latest series was The New Deal: If America is Richer, Why Are Its Families So Much Less Secure?
He has also worked at the Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, The (North Adams, Mass.) Transcript and the Catskill (N.Y.) Daily Mail.
He graduated from Brown University with a degree in philosophy and was a Bagehot Fellow at Columbia University, where he received an MBA in economics.
His reporting has earned him the National Headliner Award, the George Polk Award (twice), and the SDXX award.
Publications and Resources
- Howard Kunreuther (ed.), Donald Kettl (ed.), Ronald Daniels (ed.), Peter G. Gosselin. "On Their Own in Battered New Orleans." In On Risk and Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. R. J. Daniels, D. F. Kettl, and H. Kunreuther (ed.) University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.