Mainstream economics coverage is full of numbers: unemployment, inflation, the trade deficit, etc. But stories only rarely stop to explain what those numbers measure, how they are collected or how reliable they are. Instead, readers are often left to accept numbers at face value or wade through conflicting indicators.
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