15 Best Economic History Blogs and Websites
Economic History Blogs
Here are 15 Best Economic History Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Fraser Blog
Saint Louis, Missouri, US
Fraser is a digital library of U.S. economic, financial, and banking history - particularly the history of the Federal Reserve System. Providing economic information and data to the public is an important mission for the St. Louis Fed.
9.2K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
2. Economics in the Rear-View Mirror
With this blog, Economics in the Rear-View Mirror, I am sharing a growing selection of artifacts mostly related to the undergraduate and graduate teaching of economics in the United States from the 1870s through the 1970s.
666⋅ 1.3K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact More
3. Economic History Society Blog
The Economic History Society exists to support research and teaching in economic and social history, broadly defined. The Society also acts as a pressure group working to influence government policy in the interests of history, alongside other societies, such as the Social History Society, the Agricultural History Society, and more.
3.4K⋅ 7.5K ⋅4 posts / month Get Email Contact More
4. LSE Economic History
The LSE Economic History Blog provides an accessible introduction to the cutting-edge work and teaching taking place at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the achievements of our students, faculty, and alumni.
1.6K ⋅3 posts / week Get Email Contact More
5. The Economic Historian
Spokane, Washington, US
The Economic Historian is an online magazine that aims to create a multidisciplinary space for scholars to engage with each other. While contributors are not limited to these topics, The Economic Historian is primarily focused on the history of capitalism, political economy, monetary history, and the history of economic thought.
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3.9K ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact More
6. Armstrong Economics » History
The following section of Armstrong Economics is dedicated to History. Armstrong Economics offers a unique perspective intended to educate the general public and organizations on the underlying trends within the global economic and political environment. Our mission is to research historical cyclical patterns and market behavior in timing, price, and crisis to better understand and identify potential future trends.
27.6K ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
7. Economic Growth in History
Manchester, England, UK
My name is Nuno Palma. I am a senior lecturer (associate professor) in the department of economics, University of Manchester. This is a blog about global economic and political history. There is a special focus on Europe and the early modern period, but the analysis is comparative, and I do at times refer to other world regions and time periods.
2.8K⋅ 6.2K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact More
8. African Economic History Network Blog
Frontiers in African Economic History - AEHN's blog - diffuses research-based content and promotes discussion concerning the study of long-term African development. The African Economic History Network is an initiative intended to foster communication, collaboration, and research as well as teaching among scholars.
2.5K⋅ 2.1K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Feb 2016 Get Email Contact More
9. J. W. Mason
Brooklyn, New York, US
I am an Associate Professor of Economics at John Jay College, City University of New York. I am also a Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. I have a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. My current research focuses on the historical evolution of debt in various sectors of the US economy, and the interface between balance sheet positions and real economic activity.
1 post / month Get Email Contact More
10. Naked Keynesianism
Naked Keynesianism is hemlock for economic students. Follow and read the in-depth and insightful articles on economic history.
2 posts / month Get Email Contact More
11. Bradley A. Hansen's Blog
Fredericksburg, Virginia, US
Bradley Hansen is a Professor of Economics at the University of Mary Washington. He supplies commentary on economics, history, law amongst other things that interest him. His posts on economic history are particularly fascinating to read.
926 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
12. VoxEU » Economic history
London, England, UK
Read write-up published by experts in Economic history by VoxEU in this segment of the blog. VoxEU was set up in June 2007 to promote research-based policy analysis and commentary by leading economists. It posts research-based policy analyses from leading economists.
21.6K⋅ 60K ⋅28 posts / year Get Email Contact More
13. UNC Press Blog » Economic History
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, US
The following section of UNC Press Blog features articles on Economic History. Other major categories to explore are African American History, Civil Rights, Health / Medicine, and more. The University of North Carolina Press advances the research, teaching, and public service missions of a great public university by publishing excellent work from leading scholars, writers, and intellectuals.
4.3K⋅ 15.9K ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact More
14. Positive Check
This is the blog of the European Historical Economics Society. Our aim is to promote European research and training in economic history. We publish posts from events organized by the society, articles published in our journal (European Review of Economic History), interviews with leading scholars in economic history, and other news related to the society's aim and its members.
6 posts / year Get Email Contact More
Economic History Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Michiel de Haas||aehnetwork.org/blog||5|
|Scott St. Louis||fraser.stlouisfed.org/blog||2|
|Felix Meier zu Selhausen||aehnetwork.org/blog||1|
|Steven K. Vogel||economic-historian.com||1|
|Sanford M. Jacoby||economic-historian.com||1|
|James L. Butkiewicz and Scott Ohlmacher||economic-historian.com||1|
Economic History Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Conferences And Call For Papers||7|
|Topic||Past Month Count|