13 Facts About Joe Nocera


Joe Nocera has written for The New York Times since April 2005, writing for the Op-Ed page from 2011 to 2015.

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Joe Nocera was the "Profit Motive" columnist at Esquire from 1988 to 1990 and wrote the same column for GQ from 1990 to 1995.

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Joe Nocera worked at Fortune from 1995 to 2005, in a variety of positions, finally as editorial director.

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Joe Nocera became a business columnist for The New York Times in April 2005.

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In March 2011, Joe Nocera became a regular opinion columnist for The Times's Op-Ed page, writing on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

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Joe Nocera is a business commentator for NPR's Weekend Edition with Scott Simon.

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In January 2017, Joe Nocera began writing a column for Bloomberg View on business, political and other subjects.

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Joe Nocera writes series of columns on specific issues, and often focuses on specific areas of interest to him.

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Since 2011, Joe Nocera has written over 10 columns on the role played by the NCAA in the United States with a view that the NCAA "unfairly exploits college football and men's basketball players" through a "double standard".

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Joe Nocera has criticized specific actions and policies, pertaining to intercollegiate athletics, of many universities, including Rutgers University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Alabama, Baylor University, and University of Notre Dame.

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Joe Nocera believes that these concerns are overstated because fossil fuel consumption is driven primarily by demand.

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Joe Nocera argues that, because fracking has been widely adopted, "the responsible approach is not to wish it away, but to exploit its benefits while straightforwardly addressing its problems".

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Joe Nocera has been a "longtime supporter of the pipeline" as it would, in his view, help the United States achieve "energy independence".

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