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Here are 100 Best Economics Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. Marginal Revolution

Marginal Revolution Marginal Revolutions is currently one of the most popular economics blogs. It is written by Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, both of whom are professors at George Mason University. In addition to a daily roundup of interesting links, the blog features some of the best economics debates on the web.
15.2K 73.9K 4 posts / day Get Email Contact More

2. Greg Mankiw's Blog

Greg Mankiw's Blog US
The author Greg Mankiw, a Professor of Economics at Harvard University, has created some unique content like a principles of economics rap and animated video. His advice for student is extremely relevant for anyone studying economics.
575 12.6K 3 posts / month Get Email Contact More

3. Econbrowser

Econbrowser EconBrowser is a blog that provides an analysis of current economic data, issues and macroeconomic policy. It is written by Professor James Hamilton (University of California, San Diego) and Professor Menzie Chinn (University of Wisconsin, Madison).
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4. Naked Capitalism

Naked Capitalism New York, US
Fearless commentary on finance, economics, politics and power. Also covers topics such as banking industry, credit markets, economic fundamentals, macroeconomic policy income disparity, social policy and values, free markets and their discontents, banana republic and more. Created by Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism is an American financial news and analysis blog that chronicles the large scale, concerted campaign to reduce the bargaining power and pay of ordinary workers relative to investors and elite technocrats.
8 26.7K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

5. Econlib Blog

Econlib Blog Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Econlib Blog covers articles on behavioral economics, moral reasoning, free markets, finance, public health, business economics, productivity, economic education, and more. The Library of Economics and Liberty is dedicated to advancing the study of economics, markets, and liberty. It offers a unique combination of resources for students, teachers, researchers, and aficionados of economic thought.
Also in Economics Blogs for Students
91.4K 23.5K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact More

6. Calculated Risk

Calculated Risk US
Calculated Risk is a well known financial blog maintained by Bill McBride since January of 2005. While its coverage of individual stocks is limited, the financial blog is widely followed for its economic commentary. Traders often use the stories to formulate opinions about macroeconomic events such as housing data or employment statistics and how they will affect major indices.
Also in Stock Blogs
1 88.2K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact More

7. Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman New York City, New York, US
Paul Krugman, a New York Times opinion columnist, writes about macroeconomics, trade, health care, social policy and politics. Paul Krugman joined The New York Times in 1999 as an Op-Ed columnist. He is distinguished professor in the Graduate Center Economics Ph.D. program and distinguished scholar at the Luxembourg Income Study Center at the City University of New York. In addition, he is professor emeritus of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School.
18.2M 4.6M 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

8. Conversable Economist

Conversable Economist Minnesota, US
Conversable Economist is an economics blog by Timothy Taylor, who is the author of several economics books. Timothy goes deep into details about a range of topics, backing his arguments up with statistics and data. He has also written Journal of Economic Perspectives.
Also in Urban Economics Blogs
8K 3 posts / week Get Email Contact More


INOMICS Berlin, Germany
INOMICS helps students and researchers in economics, business and social sciences find the best opportunities to reach their academic and professional goals.
66.7K 4.9K 3K 6 posts / month Get Email Contact More

10. Andrew Gelman

Andrew Gelman Blog on Statistics by Andrew Gelman, a professor of statistics and political science and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University. He has received the Outstanding Statistical Application award from the American Statistical Association.
Also in Statistics Blogs
46.1K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact More

11. Financial Times » Global Economy

 Financial Times » Global Economy London, England, UK
Get the latest news on global economics. The Financial Times (FT) is one of the world's leading news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy.
4.1M 5.6M 1.9M 6 posts / day Get Email Contact More

12. Zero Hedge

Zero Hedge Get a curated daily recap of the most popular and important stories. Our goal is to skeptically examine and, where necessary, attack the flaccid institution that financial journalism has become, to liberate oppressed knowledge and to provide analysis uninhibited by political constraint. Zero Hedge is a far-right libertarian financial blog and news aggregator.
1.6M 30 posts / day Get Email Contact More

13. Alphaville

Alphaville News, analysis, and comments from the Financial Times, the world's leading global business publication
7.5M 5 posts / day Get Email Contact More

14. Upshot

Upshot New York, US
Analytical journalism in words and graphics from The New York Times. A New York Times website with analysis and data visualizations about politics, policy, and everyday life.
140.2K 241.9K 4 posts / week Get Email Contact More

15. Robert Reich

Robert Reich Berkeley, California, US
Robert Reich is the former secretary of labor for the Clinton administration. He's currently Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the U.C. at Berkeley. His blogging style is thought-provoking, direct and understandable.
3.3M 1.6M 2 posts / month Get Email Contact More

16. Mises Institute

Mises Institute Auburn, Alabama, US
Covers articles on topics such as anti-politics, big government, capitalism, democracy, economic freedom and policy, education, financial markets, global economy, inflation and more. The Mises Institute exists to promote teaching and research in the Austrian school of economics, and individual freedom, honest history, and international peace, in the tradition of Ludwig von Mises and Murray N. Rothbard.
225K 167.9K 3 posts / day Get Email Contact More

17. The Big Picture

The Big Picture New York City, New York, US
Articles on active management, asset allocation, bailouts, data analyses, credit, currency, inflation, employment , economy, digital media and more. The Big Picture is written by Barry L. Ritholtz. He is co-founder, chairman, and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management LLC. His career focus has been on how the intersection of behavioral economics and data affects investors.
Also in Macroeconomics Blogs
3.5K 211.3K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact More

18. Project Syndicate » Economics

Project Syndicate » Economics Project Syndicate produces and delivers original, high-quality commentaries to a global audience. Featuring exclusive contributions by prominent political leaders, policymakers, scholars, business leaders, and civic activists from around the world, we provide news media and their readers with cutting-edge analysis and insight, regardless of ability to pay.
445.1K 227.4K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

19. EconoMonitor

EconoMonitor New York, US
Hosted by Nouriel Roubini, EconoMonitor is an important destination for economic news, analysis, and opinion with an impressive list of contributors adding to the conversation daily.
247.3K 851.5K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

20. FiveThirtyEight » Economics

FiveThirtyEight » Economics New York, US
Latest updates and news on economics. FiveThirtyEight maintains the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of the original site Nate Silver founded in 2008, while extending its coverage to diverse areas such as sports, politics, economics, science and life.
401.9K 1.3M 5 posts / month Get Email Contact More

21. Overcoming Bias

Overcoming Bias Fairfax, Iowa, US
This is a blog on why we believe and do what we do, why we pretend otherwise, how we might do better, and what our descendants might do if they don't all die.
74.1K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

22. Future Development Blog

Future Development Blog Washington, DC
Covers articles that informs and stimulates debate on key development issues. Future Development Blog was first launched in September 2013 by the World Bank and the Brookings Institution in an effort to hold governments more accountable to poor people and offer solutions to the most prominent development challenges. Continuing this goal, Future Development was re-launched in January 2015 at brookings.edu.
410.4K 446.7K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

23. Armstrong Economics

Armstrong Economics 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.
27.6K 8 posts / day Get Email Contact More

24. American Institute for Economic Research

American Institute for Economic Research Great Barrington, Massachusetts, US
Articles on daily economy, business conditions, authoritarianism, government, fiscal policy, economic history, financial markets, regulation and more. Founded in 1933, AIER is dedicated to developing and promoting the ideas of pure freedom and private governance by combining advanced economic research with accessible media outreach and educational programming to cultivate a better, broader understanding of the fundamental principles that enable peace and prosperity around the world.
333.9K 23.6K 4 posts / day Get Email Contact More

25. Brad DeLong

Brad DeLong Berkeley, California, US
Economic history, economics, political economy, finance, & forecasting. Here to try to make you (and me) smarter in a world with many increasingly deep & complicated troubles... Click to read Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality, a Substack publication with tens of thousands of readers.
84K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

26. The Diplomat » Economy

The Diplomat » Economy Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
This section features articles that have to do exclusively with the economy sector. Launched in 2002, The Diplomat is dedicated to quality analysis and commentary on events occurring in Asia and around the world. The Diplomat provides expert coverage on geo-political trends throughout the Asia-Pacific, defense and intelligence, environment, human security and development, arts, social trends and popular culture.
847.7K 224.3K 8 posts / week Get Email Contact More

27. Working Economics Blog

Working Economics Blog Washington, District of Columbia, US
Covers articles on topics such as wages, safety laws, regulation, unions and labor standards, unemployment insurance, health, paid sick leave, jobs, budget, taxes, public investment, immigration, economic mobility, budget and more. The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank created in 1986 to include the needs of low- and middle-income workers in economic policy discussions.
135.5K 89.9K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

28. The Grumpy Economist

The Grumpy Economist Palo Alto, California, US
News, views and commentary from a humorous free-market point of view. Covers articles on economists, environment, banking, finance, financial reform, health economics, inflation, monetary policy, taxes, regulation and more. John H. Cochrane is the The Grumpy Economist, a Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford and was formerly a professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is also an adjunct scholar of the Cato Institute.
45.1K 6 posts / month Get Email Contact More

29. Cafe Hayek

Cafe Hayek Virginia, US
Cafe Hayek is a very popular economics blog by Professor Don Boudreaux (George Mason University) and Russ Roberts (Research Fellow at Stanford University). They argue against a Keynesian view of economics in today's issues and governmental systems.
5.5K 7.8K 2 posts / day Get Email Contact More

30. The Berkeley Blog » Economics

The Berkeley Blog » Economics Berkeley, California, US
Find the latest updates on economics. The Berkeley Blog serves as a virtual blackboard for ideas and expertise found on the Berkeley campus. UC Berkeley is widely known as the preeminent public university in the United States, and as the home of the Free Speech Movement. The Berkeley Blog bridges these two.
501.9K 236.8K 167.8K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

31. Focus Economics

Focus Economics Barcelona
FocusEconomics is a leading provider of economic analysis and forecasts for 131 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas and price forecasts for 34 key commodities. Follow to get thousands of economic indicators, including historical data, current economic statistics, and economic forecasts.
6.9K 11.1K 6 posts / day Get Email Contact More

32. Mauldin Economics

Mauldin Economics Dallas, Texas, US
John Mauldin is the author of Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors Market (Wiley, 2004), an analyst, and a financial writer. He has been helping individual investors and institutions develop a clearer understanding of the forces driving the global economy and investment markets. He also the co-sponsor of an annual conference in California featuring a literal Who's Who in the world of economics and investments. Subscribe to this blog feed for financial and investment advice from top financial and geopolitical experts.
3.8K 7K 4 posts / week Get Email Contact More

33. Real-World Economics Review Blog

Real-World Economics Review Blog Posts are by authors of papers published in the RWER.
16.8K 3 posts / week Get Email Contact More

34. The Money Illusion

The Money Illusion The Money Illusion is a highly regarded economics blog by Scott Sumner, who teaches at Bentley University. Through his blog, he popularized the idea of targeting the Nominal GDP, an idea which was later endorsed by the Federal Reserve.
Also in Monetary Reform Blogs
4.2K 3 posts / week Feb 2009 Get Email Contact More

35. INET

INET New York, US
The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization devoted to developing and sharing the ideas that can repair our broken economy and create a more equal, prosperous, and just society.
282.2K 67.4K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

36. Angry Bear

Angry Bear The Angry Bear blog is a very popular multi-author blog. This left-leaning blog provides incisive commentary on U.S./Economics, law and politics.
252 1.9K 3 posts / day Get Email Contact More

37. Equitable Growth

Equitable Growth Washington, District of Columbia, US
Non-profit research & grantmaking organization dedicated to advancing evidence-backed ideas & policies that promote strong, stable & broad-based economic growth
Also in Income Equality Blogs
2.3K 22.9K 7 posts / month Get Email Contact More

38. The Incidental Economist

The Incidental Economist With the strength of over half a dozen regular contributors, who are professors and researchers, The Incidental Economist is one of the most formidable health economics blogs. They blog about the U.S. health care system, how it works and how it could be improved.
2.3K 9.3K 2 posts / month Get Email Contact More

39. Tim Harford

Tim Harford Oxford, England, UK
Articles cover cautionary tales, marginalia, speeches, economics and other writing. Tim is an economist, journalist and broadcaster. He is author of 'Messy' and the million-selling The Undercover Economist, a senior columnist at the Financial Times, and the presenter of Radio 4's 'More or Less'. Tim has spoken at TED, PopTech and the Sydney Opera House and is a visiting fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford.
18.8K 198.9K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

40. John Quiggin

John Quiggin Queensland, Australia
John Quiggin's blog focuses on Australian economics and politics. He delivers an interesting perspective on current events in Australia. He also hosts a weekly 'sandpit' forum style discussion.
Also in Australian Economics Blogs
1.4K 14.9K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

41. Stumbling and Mumbling

Stumbling and Mumbling Oakham, Massachusetts, US
Stumbling and Mumbling is a personal blog of Chris Dillow, an economist who spent eight years with one of Japan's largest banks. He blogs about British politics and provides thoughtful analyses on the British economy and sports.
14.3K 1 post / month Get Email Contact More

42. Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics Boone, North Carolina, US
The two authors, Tim Haab and John Whitehead are both Economics Professors. Environmental Economics is a blog intended for a wide audience and approaches its arguments with an easy to understand writing style.
2.8K 3 posts / week Get Email Contact More

43. Daniel Lacalle

Daniel Lacalle Daniel Lacalle is a Ph.D. in Economy and fund manager. He holds the CIIA financial analyst title, with a postgraduate degree in IESE and a master's degree in economic investigation (UCV).
143.4K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

44. The Enlightened Economist Blog

The Enlightened Economist Blog London, England, UK
On The Enlightened Economist Blog, Diane Coyle writes about banks, behavioral capitalism, financial crisis, financial markets, GDP, globalization, inequality, and political economy. Diane is a Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge and founded the consultancy Enlightenment Economics.
Also in UK Economics Blogs, Business Book Review Blogs
62.3K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

45. New Economics Foundation

New Economics Foundation London, England, UK
The New Economics Foundation works with people igniting change from below and combines this with rigorous research to fight for change at the top. NEF aims to create a new economy that works for people and within environmental limits.
59.3K 86.1K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

46. James Picerno

James Picerno CapitalSpectator.com is a finance/investment/economics blog that's edited by James Picerno. The site's focus is macroeconomics, the business cycle and portfolio strategy (with an emphasis on asset allocation and related analytics).
56 3.1K 11 posts / week Get Email Contact More

47. The Capital Spectator

The Capital Spectator CapitalSpectator is a finance/investment/economics blog that's edited by James Picerno. The site's focus is macroeconomics, the business cycle, and portfolio strategy (with an emphasis on asset allocation and related analytics).
56 3.1K 11 posts / week Get Email Contact More

48. Bruegel

Bruegel Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
Bruegel's mission is to improve the quality of economic policy with open and fact-based research, analysis, and debate. We are committed to impartiality, openness, and excellence. Bruegel's membership includes EU Member State governments, international corporations, and institutions.
9.3K 73.5K 4 posts / month Get Email Contact More

49. Liberty Street Economics

Liberty Street Economics New York, US
The New York Fed's Liberty Street Economics blog provides commentary on current economic topics relating to monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial stability issues, and regional trends in the Second Federal Reserve District.
Also in New York News Websites
43K 16K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

50. Atlanta Fed » Macroblog

Atlanta Fed » Macroblog Atlanta, Georgia, US
The Atlanta Fed's macroblog provides commentary on economic topics including monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial issues and Southeast regional trends.
4.9K 84.6K 1.8K 3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

51. Econlife

Econlife New York, US
At Econlife, we see the world through an economic lens. Hoping to share that lens with you every day, we select stories about the present and the past from the U.S. and beyond. Our topics vary. One day we could look at soap operas in India, the next at China's aging population, and then whether Starbucks is more popular than McDonald's. Always though, we create an economic connection.
13.8K 682 7 posts / week Get Email Contact More

52. The Center for Economic and Policy Research

The Center for Economic and Policy Research Washington, District of Columbia, US
The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) promotes democratic debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives. CEPR is committed to presenting issues in an accurate and understandable manner, so that the public is better prepared to choose among the various policy options. This blog is great for people looking to stay informed about the American economy.
62.8K 50.9K 5 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

53. The Sports Economist

The Sports Economist Miami, Florida, US
The Sports Economist is produced by a group of scholars who apply economic thinking to sports. TSE provides commentary and links to issues in the news, along with an occasional essay.
2.5K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

54. Mike Norman Economics

Mike Norman Economics New York City, New York, US
An economics, investment, trading and policy blog with a focus on Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). We seek the truth, avoid the mainstream and are virulently anti-neoliberalism.
561 5.2K 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

55. Bill Mitchell Blog

Bill Mitchell Blog Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Bill Mitchell is a Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. His blog is about Modern Monetary Theory with importance to macroeconomic reality. The blog provides information about macroeconomic research, teaching, and advocacy!
20.7K 2 posts / week Sep 2008 Get Email Contact More

56. EconomicsUK.com

EconomicsUK.com London, England, UK
EconomicsUK is the personal website of David Smith, the Economics Editor of The Sunday Times, London. His easy to understand writing and clearly defined causes and consequences makes this an accessible blog for beginners.
40K 3 posts / month Dec 2002 Get Email Contact More

57. Truth on the Market

Truth on the Market Truth on the Market, a group of law professors and economists offering commentary on law, business, economics, and more. We launched this website to provide the metaphysical subjective truth on abstract, concrete, and invisible markets throughout the civilized world. We hope you find some of our posts insightful, thought-provoking, and interesting.
906 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

58. Healthcare Economist

Healthcare Economist Los Angeles, California, US
Jason's research interests include all issues related to healthcare policy and economics, value-based purchasing, the health insurance market, and Medicare policy research.
Also in Healthcare Blogs, Public Health Blogs, Health Economics Blogs, Health Law Blogs
367 3 posts / week Jan 2006 Get Email Contact More

59. Alt-M

Alt-M Washington, District of Columbia, US
A blog devoted to exploring and promoting ideas for an alternative monetary future. Our goal is to reveal the shortcomings of today's centralized, bureaucratic, and discretionary monetary arrangements, and to bring serious consideration of real alternatives to the center stage of current monetary and financial reform debates.
3.5K 4.7K 7 posts / quarter May 2011 Get Email Contact More

60. Peter Martin

Peter Martin Peter Martin is the Business and Economy Editor of The Conversation and a visiting fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. A former economics editor of The Age and economics correspondent for ABC radio, he co-hosts The Economists on ABC RN.
3.1K 34.3K 24 posts / year Get Email Contact More

61. Michael Hudson

Michael Hudson Forest Hills, Kentucky, US
Michael Hudson is President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends (ISLET), a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Michael acts as an economic advisor to governments worldwide including China, Iceland, and Latvia on finance and tax law. He gives presentations on various topics at conferences and meetings
2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

62. Confessions of a Supply-Side Liberal

Confessions of a Supply-Side Liberal Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
Confessions of a Supply-Side Liberal was created by Miles Kimball, a Professor at the University of Michigan. His core topics apply supply side solutions to macroeconomic issues and monetary policy. His arguments are well written and thoroughly researched.
22.2K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

63. The Bonddad Blog

The Bonddad Blog Houston, Texas, US
The Bonddad Blog is authored by Hale Stewart, a financial advisor. His blog publishes an invaluable weekly economic review on the Bond Market, International Economics, and Equity and Economics. These links along with his highly detailed review of economic trends makes this one of the top economics blogs
961 1 post / day Get Email Contact More

64. Knowledge Problem

Knowledge Problem Chicago, Illinois, US
Commentary on Economics, Information and Human Action. Knowledge Problem was created by Professors Lynne Kiesling (Northwestern University) and Michael Giberson (Texas Tech University). They explore topics and breakdown current news related to anti-trust and energy economics.
613 3.9K 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

65. The Economic Populist

The Economic Populist US
The Economic Populist is an economic opinion and analysis site. We give voice to the little guy and are heavily focused on statistics, sources and graphs. Economic Populist is an Economics, Business, Finance and Labor blog focused on the United States and Middle Class.
496 460 3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

66. Mostly Economics

Mostly Economics Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Mostly Economics is an India focussed economics research blog run by Amol Agrawal. He covers a wide range of economic topics while frequently updating his audience on the Indian economy.
Also in Indian Economy Blogs
4.1K 11 posts / week Get Email Contact More

67. Mainly Macro

Mainly Macro Oxford, England, UK
Comments on macroeconomic issues. Simon Wren-Lewis is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Fellow of Merton College, University of Oxford. His excellent writing style and explanation appeals to economists and non-economists.
40.9K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

68. An Economic View of the Environment

An Economic View of the Environment Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
An Economic View of The Environment is a blog by Robert Stavins, who is a professor at Harvard University and is the Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program. His posts paint a comprehensive view of global environmental issues from an economic standpoint.
6.1K 1 post / month Get Email Contact More

69. John Kay

John Kay London, England, UK
John Kay is one of Britain's leading economists. His interests focus on the relationships between economics and business. Today his main focus is on writing and he is renowned for his ability to express complex ideas clearly and succinctly. He is a journalist for the Financial Times, a successful author, an academic and a businessman.
125 2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

70. Economic Principals

Economic Principals A Web-based independent commentary on the production and distribution of economic ideas. A weekly column about economics and politics, formerly of The Boston Globe, independent since 2002.
1 post / day Get Email Contact More

71. Market Monetarist

Market Monetarist The purpose of this blog is to follow the theoretical and empirical development of Market Monetarism as well as hopefully contribute to the development of the school.
16.7K 2 posts / week Get Email Contact More

72. A Dash of Insight

A Dash of Insight Naperville, Illinois, US
Blog by Jeff Miller. Investment manager, blogger on economy and finance, here you will find an ecletic approach to better trading and investment. This approach is coupled with an instinctive and detailed analysis of market and economic trends.
Also in Financial Advisor Blogs, Wealth Management Blogs
6.8K Get Email Contact More

73. Arcadia Economics

Arcadia Economics Denver, Colorado, US
The truth behind Wall Street, what's coming next, and how to thrive while we watch the dollar die!
24.8K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

74. Moneyness

Moneyness Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Economics, monetary economics, central banking, free banking, gold, the history of economic thought, finance, stock markets, economic history, Canadian economics, and the visualization of data.
26.5K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

75. Roger Farmer's Economic Window

Roger Farmer's Economic Window Los Angeles, California, US
Roger Farmer is a Research Director at NIESR, London, and Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick in the UK. He is also a Distinguished Professor of Economics at UCLA and considers his views as a 'blend of Keynesian and classical ideas.' The topics in his blog cover macroeconomic issues such as Federal Reserve policy.
14.4K 1 post / year Jan 2014 Get Email Contact More

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Tyler Durden zerohedge.com 17391
Martin Armstrong armstrongeconomics.com/blog 1621
Calculated Risk calculatedriskblog.com 1508
Tyler Cowen marginalrevolution.com 1287
Don Boudreaux cafehayek.com 1203
Yves Smith nakedcapitalism.com 885
Barry Ritholtz ritholtz.com 702
Amol Agrawal mostlyeconomics.wordpress.com 543
James Picerno capitalspectator.com 531
James Picerno capitalspectator.com 531
Lambert Strether nakedcapitalism.com 493
Menzie Chinn econbrowser.com 436
Andrew statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu 414
Lars Syll larspsyll.wordpress.com 381
run75441 angrybearblog.com 335
New Deal democrat bonddad.blogspot.com 297
bill bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog 283
Miles Kimball blog.supplysideliberal.com 271
NewDealdemocrat angrybearblog.com 244
notayesmanseconomics notayesmanseconomics.wordpress.com 222
Jerri-Lynn Scofield nakedcapitalism.com 218
Jason Shafrin healthcare-economist.com 205
Robert Hughes aier.org 196
Brad DeLong braddelong.substack.com 195
Alex Tabarrok marginalrevolution.com 193
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Macroeconomics Blogs

1. PIMCO Blog

PIMCO Blog Newport Beach, California, US
Timely insights on markets and macroeconomics around the world.
13.4K ⋅ 256.6K ⋅ 2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

2. Eye On Housing – macroeconomics

Eye On Housing – macroeconomics Washington, District of Columbia, US
National Association of Home Builders Discusses Economics and Housing Policy. It provides the latest housing forecasts, market trends, in-depth economic analysis, and archival data relating to the housing industry. The highly anticipated forecasting and analysis are provided by NAHB’s Economics Group.
97.2K ⋅ 54K ⋅ 2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

3. The Slack Wire

The Slack Wire Brooklyn, New York, US
Josh Mason, an Assistant Professor of Economics at City University of New York, blogs at The Slack Wire. This economics blog primarily revolves around macroeconomics issues and economic history, which Josh captures extremely well. He does an excellent job of analyzing economic news.
22.6K ⋅ 1 post / month Get Email Contact

4. EconoSpeak

EconoSpeak The Econospeak blog is a multi-author blog. Self-described as “annals of the economically incorrect”, this frequently updated blog analyzes daily news from an economic perspective, but requires a strong economics background.
108 ⋅ 2 posts / month Get Email Contact

Behavioral Economics Blogs

1. BehavioralEconomics.com Blog

BehavioralEconomics.com Blog London, England, UK
BehavioralEconomics.com is home to the popular Behavioral Economics Guide, a global social network (Behavioral Economics Group), the Behavioral Economics Academy, and a blog that publishes the latest behavioral insights from academia, business, and public policy.
12.5K ⋅ 1 post / week ⋅ Jun 2015 Get Email Contact

2. The daily blog of behavioral and cognitive economics

The daily blog of behavioral and cognitive economics The daily blog of behavioral and cognitive economics by Alessandro Innocenti.
1 post / day Get Email Contact

3. Behavioral Economist Blog

Behavioral Economist Blog News, new findings, and ways you can use behavioral economics to improve your business, finance, and to improve your performance and well-being.
4 posts / month Get Email Contact

4. Behavioral Economics Blog

Behavioral Economics Blog Madrid, Madrid Comunidad de, Spain
Learn behavioral economic science and acquire practical skills to conduct your own behavioral economics interventions.
15.2K ⋅ 3.7K ⋅ 1 post / week Get Email Contact

Health Economics Blogs

1. The European Journal of Health Economics

The European Journal of Health Economics California, US
The European Journal of Health Economics is highly scientific and at the same time practically oriented journal considering the requirements of various health care systems in Europe. The international scientific board of opinion leaders guarantees high-quality, peer-reviewed publications as well as articles for pragmatic approaches in the field of Health Economics.
17.3K ⋅ 316 ⋅ 1 post / week Get Email Contact

2. The Academic Health Economists' Blog

The Academic Health Economists' Blog UK
The Academic Health Economists' Blog exists to provide an online presence for the discussion of issues and developments in health economics. A place where people can present their views, opinions, ideas, and takes on current affairs from the perspective of health economics. The site has a simple aim is to promote healthy debate in the field, with a sharing of ideas.
539 ⋅ 6.2K ⋅ 1 post / week ⋅ Feb 2011 Get Email Contact

3. The Incidental Economist

The Incidental Economist Contemplating health care with a focus on research, an eye on reform. A blog about economics, health policy, health services, health care, and politics.
2.2K ⋅ 9.3K ⋅ 2 posts / month ⋅ Mar 2009 Get Email Contact

4. Nature » Health care economics

Nature » Health care economics London, England, UK
Find the latest news and research from Nature.com on the topic of Healthcare economics. Our purpose is to champion and support scientific work and to advance discovery.
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Urban Economics Blogs

1. Urbanomics Blog

Urbanomics Blog In this blog, Gulzar writes about the economics of urban areas and macroeconomic trends and talks about the city based problems.
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2. Environmental and Urban Economics

Environmental and Urban Economics Baltimore, Maryland, US
Thoughts on environmental and urban issues from an economics perspective.
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3. Building the Skyline | Skynomics Blog

Building the Skyline | Skynomics Blog US
Jason M. Barr is a professor of economics at Rutgers University-Newark. His areas of interest include urban economics, New York City history, and computational economics. He has published many articles in top peer-reviewed economics journals. Skynomics Blog discusses topics about skyscrapers, cities, and economics.
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4. Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions England, UK
A blog about better decisions, better urban planning and better economics.
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Environmental Economics Blogs

1. Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics Tim Haab is a Professor in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics at The Ohio State University. Tim's research and teaching focus on methods for valuing environmental amenities and applying statistical methods to economic problems John Whitehead is a professor in the Department of Economics at Appalachian State University, arriving in Boone in 2004.
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2. United States Society for Ecological Economics

United States Society for Ecological Economics US
The United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) provides a venue for intellectual exchange and collaboration on issues related to the theory, policy, and implementation of sustainable development. Society consists of an interdisciplinary group of academics and practitioners who seek to develop solutions to complex and interrelated economic, social, and environmental problems.
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3. An Economic View of the Environment

An Economic View of the Environment Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Robert N. Stavins is the A.J. Meyer Professor of Energy & Economic Development. In this blog, he writes about his perceptive on climate and other policies.
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4. Environmental and Urban Economics

Environmental and Urban Economics Los Angeles, California, US
Matthew E. Kahn discusses his thoughts on environmental and urban issues from an economics perspective. Matthew provost Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California. Senior Fellow and Director of the Healthy Markets Initiative at USC Schaeffer Center.
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Political Economy Blogs

1. Law and Political Economy Blog

Law and Political Economy Blog The Law and Political Economy Blog, published in 2017, is a forum for discussion and debate about questions of law and political economy. The blog also aims to facilitate the development of LPE as a new school of legal thought and intellectual community, as well as to enable dialogue between scholars, students, practitioners, and organizers.
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2. The European Centre for International Political Economy Blog

The European Centre for International Political Economy Blog Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
The European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) is an independent and non-profit policy research think tank. We are a research-based think tank with the ambition of providing decision-makers and observers with sound economic and political analysis.
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3. The Political Economy Research Centre (PERC)

The Political Economy Research Centre (PERC) London, England, UK
The Political Economy Research Centre (PERC) is a centre for the cultural and political analysis of economic life, at Goldsmiths, University of London. This website is regularly updated, bringing together all of PERC's latest news, publications, events, and tweets, from its members and affiliates.
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4. ROAPE Blog

ROAPE Blog East Yorkshire, England, UK
ROAPE's blog hosts short articles to highlight developments on the continent and comment on the dynamics of protest, shifting patterns of political economy, and issues of historical concern for the journal. The Review of African Political Economy (ROAPE) is a quarterly journal and website providing radical analysis of trends, issues and social processes in Africa.
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Economic History Blogs

1. Fraser Blog

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.
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2. Economics in the Rear-View Mirror

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.
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3. Economic History Society Blog

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.
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4. LSE Economic History

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.
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Circular Economy Blogs

1. Rethink Global Blog

Rethink Global Blog UK
Rethink Global helps you understand and use the circular economy to strengthen your business, through talks, workshops, coaching, advice, and research. Follow us and get the latest updates.
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2. Global Recycling

Global Recycling Global Recycling is a magazine for business opportunities & international markets that provides a circular economy, particularly in the recycling and recovery industry as well as in waste recycling. Check out our website for the latest updates.
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3. Circular Online » Circular Economy

Circular Online » Circular Economy Northampton, England, UK
Circular is the sustainability media brand brought by CIWM. It is a daily news and insights resource for sustainability professionals working in resources and waste which keeps you up with topics such as waste policy, the circular economy, and resource efficiency. Subscribe here and get the next updates in your inbox.
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4. Waste Advantage Magazine » Circular Economy

Waste Advantage Magazine » Circular Economy Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, US
Waste Advantage Magazine is the only source to focus solely on providing news and information about the waste & recycling industry. Follow us to keep up with the recent updates.
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Economic Crash Blogs

1. The Economic Collapse

The Economic Collapse US
Are You Prepared For The Coming Economic Collapse And The Next Great Depression? Follow this blog to know all about the financial crisis and economic collapse.
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2. DollarCollapse.com

DollarCollapse.com US
Your Ringside Seat For The Global Financial Crisis. DollarCollapse.com is managed by John Rubino.
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3. The Great Recession Blog » Economic Crisis

The Great Recession Blog » Economic Crisis Economic Crisis, Economic predictions, news, insights & humor for the Great Recession. It's been a great recession for a few. Follow The Great Recession Blog for daily economic news summaries and insights on what will happen next in the economy.
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4. The Nation » Financial Crisis

The Nation » Financial Crisis US
The Nation is the oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the United States, covering progressive political and cultural news, opinion, and analysis.
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Bioeconomy Blogs


IL BIOECONOMISTA Bioeconomista is the first bioeconomy blog. Il Bioeconomista's primary focus is bioeconomy news, politics, and business. Follow to get regular updates from this blog in your inbox.
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2. Bioeconomy

Bioeconomy Finland
Bioeconomy is based on the sustainable use of renewable resources. Bioeconomy utilizes clean technologies that enable the efficient use of natural resources and nutrients while ensuring biodiversity. Follow to get the latest articles from this feed in your inbox.
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3. Plant Based Product Council

Plant Based Product Council The Plant Based Products Council strives to guide the evolving global economy toward more sustainable and responsible consumer products and packaging. Follow this blog for more articles related to bioeconomy.
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4. Biofuels Digest » bioeconomy

Biofuels Digest » bioeconomy Temecula, California, US
This blog is the world's most widely-read advanced bioeconomy blog. Follow this blog to read more articles related to bio-economy.
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Maka Angola
About - Maka Angola is an initiative dedicated to the fight against corruption and the defense of democracy in Angola, founded and directed by the journalist Rafael Marques de Morais. Angola is endowed with immeasurable natural wealth and has recorded impressive economic growth in the last decade, with no positive impact on the daily lives of the majority of Angolans who continue to live in poverty. This is maka!.


Economic Trends | Keys To Thinking About The Argentina Economy
About - Economic Trends SA is a company specialized in the generation and dissemination of information and economic analysis to think, analyze and interpret the economy and make better decisions.


MacroBusiness | Australian Property Shares Dollar Economy
About - No nonsense analysis of the Australian and global economy and the effects on your assets and business.

John Quiggin
About - John Quiggin’s blog focuses on Australian economics and politics. He delivers an interesting perspective on current events in Australia. He also hosts a weekly ‘sandpit’ forum style discussion.

Core Economics | Economics , Strategy & More
About - This blog began in 2006 and was solely authored by Joshua Gans, an economics professor at the University of Melbourne. In 2008, the blog became multi-authored with other academic economists joining Core Economics. The topics on this blog reflect the wide interests of the authors. Much of the commentary is about economic policy and economic issues. However, a myriad of posts discuss aspects of business strategy, technology and innovation.

Bill Mitchell - billy Blog
About - Bill Mitchell is a Professor in Economics and Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. His blog is about Modern Monetary Theory with importance to macroeconomic reality.


Austrian Economy Center Blog
About - The AEC’s basic goal is the promotion of a free, responsible and prosperous society. To achieve this goal, it considers economic and socio-political questions, prepares studies, and recommends solutions.


Bulgaria Economic Forum
About - Bulgaria Economic Forum is a non-profit legal entity founded in 1998 with the main objectives to promote the business environment of Bulgaria and Southeast Europe to potential foreign investors and to facilitate the dialogue between government and business.


UEF | University Of Economic & Finance
About - University of Economics and Finance is an higher education organization that provides unique courses of Economics, Finance, and Technology with quality.


Progressive Economics Forum
About - The Progressive Economics Forum aims to promote the development of a progressive economics community in Canada.

Greater Fool By Garth Turner
About - Garth Turner is a Best-selling Canadian author of 14 books on economic trends, real estate, the financial crisis, personal finance strategies, taxation and politics.

Worthwhile Canadian Initiative
About - The Worthwhile Canadian Initiative blog is a self proclaimed "mainly Canadian economics blog". Written by a group of intelligent economists, this blog is filled with top quality posts ranging from health, finance and inequality.

Mises Canada Blog | Canada's Leading Austrian Economics Educator
About - It is the mission of Mises Canada to educate the public on the importance of placing human choice at the center of economic theory, to encourage a revival of critical historical research, and to advance the Misesian tradition of thought through the defense of the market economy, private property, sound money, and peaceful international relations.


China Economic Review
About - China Economic Review (CER) has been a dependably independent voice on trends and developments in the greater Chinese economy for a quarter century. Our coverage has won recognition from the Society of Publishers in Asia and is widely read by economists, business leaders, academics and students with an interest in one of the world’s most vibrant and complex developing markets.


About - Copenhagen Economics is the leading economic consultancy in the Nordic region.


Economic Research Forum
About - The Economic Research Forum (ERF) is a regional network dedicated to promoting high quality economic research to contribute to sustainable development in the Arab countries, Iran and Turkey.


ISET Economist Blog
About - A blog about economics in the South Caucasus.


Schmieding Blog By Berenberg chief economist Dr Holger Schmieding
About - Berenberg Chief Economist Dr Holger Schmieding on the latest economic topics.

Flassbeck Economics | Economics & Politics
About - English website of Heiner Flassbeck, former Vice-Minister of Finance, former head of the macroeconomic unit of UNCTAD, macroeconomist and author.


Economia Blog
About - The only economic magazine that has been in circulation since 1934 in Greece.

Aristidis Notis | Economist Articles
About - Aristidis Notis - Economist - Educator. He teaches economic theory - IB economics, he is a writer of manuals on economic theory and management, and editor-in-chief of the XENOFON scientific journal on Economics in Secondary Education.


Barrelperday Blog | Energy,Economics & Whatnot
About - A blog on energy, economics and whatnot, from MOL Group‘s economists: Diana Szoke, Peter Simon Vargha and Istvan Zsoldos. Barrel per day - keeps the doctor away.

The Budapest Business Journal | Economy
About - The BBJ presents all the essential information on Hungarian business life and many international analyses about the country.


Qrius | Indian Economist
About - Qrius is a leading digital magazine that focuses on publishing high-quality articles and opinion pieces on business & economics, policy, politics, culture, foreign affairs and more.

Ideas For India | More Evidence Based Policy
About - Ideas for India is an economics and policy portal that is intended to be source for ideas and evidence on development and growth policy issues in India.

Economic & Political Weekly
About - EPW is also unique because it is the one forum where there is an exchange of ideas across the social science disciplines - political scientists debate with economists, sociologists read what political scientists have to say, historians study what economists have to say and so on.


About - To survive in the financial industry especially in banking, which is very competitive today, every industry is required to always innovate. Here's what ... Economic Review-Many Indonesians do not realize the importance of having a safe.

Gumilang Aryo Sahadewo | A student in economics
About - An Economics Blog by student in economics.

Indonesia Economic Forum
About - Indonesia Economic Forum (IEF) brings together business leaders, policy makers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders from Indonesia and the region.


Iranian Economic Review
About - Iranian Economic Review is indexed in SCOPUS as the largest abstract. and citation database of international peer- reviewed journals.


Irish Economy Blog
About - Commentary, information, and intelligent discourse about the Irish economy.

Tasc | Progressive Economy Blog
About - The Progressive Economy is a respected and well-established forum for progressive economists and others commenting on the Irish economy. Most contributors are members of the TASC Economists' Network.

David McWilliams | The website of economist, author and broadcaster
About - David recognises the pivotal role of Economics in all of our daily lives and it is his aim to make the ‘dismal science’ as captivating and accessible as possible. David writes a weekly column for The Irish Times, and he also regularly contributes to a variety of other publications including The Financial Times and Woodford Investment Management.

Dan McLaughlin Blog
About - Economic analysis and commentary on the Irish economy and international financial market developments.


Paolo Manasse | Back Of The Envelope Economics
About - An Economics Blog by a Professor of Macroeconomics and International Economic Policy at the University of Bologna.


About - Economic Development Board of Madagascar (EDBM) is your reference partner for your investments in Madagascar.


Tun Ismail Ali Chair Blog
About - A blog on Monetary and Financial Economics by TIAC.


Monaco Economic Board
About - MONACO ECONOMIC BOARD (MEB) is responsible for promoting the Principalities economy and plays an active role in its development.


Economic Research Institute
About - Our mission is to promote policy debate and to provide high-quality information resources for the benefit of objective, original economic research and policy analysis in Mongolia.

Mongolian Economic Forum
About - The Mongolia Economic Forum (MEF) is an independent, non-governmental, public organization committed to improving and creating common concept to accelerate development of Mongolia by organizing discussions between the business and political leaders, civil society and scholars.


Nepal Economic Forum
About - Nepal Economic Forum (NEF) is a not for profit organization aiming to be Nepal’s premier private sector led economic policy and research institution. Established in 2009, NEF seeks to re-define the economic development discourse in Nepal and positively transform Nepal’s economic and development policies.


Off The Charts | Economics Blog
About - Welcome to Off the Charts, the official blog of the study association Asset | Economics.

Spatial Economics Blog | Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics
About - Do you want to study Regional, Urban, Transport & Environmental Economics in Amsterdam? Check out our Master's Programme at spatial economics!

New Zealand

NZAE | New Zealand Association Of Economists
About - The intention of this blog is to highlight economists’ work and provide material to support education and general understanding, especially as it relates to economics in New Zealand.


Pakistan & Gulf Economist | Business Magazine
About - Pakistan & Gulf Economist is a weekly business magazine published from Karachi covering the business community, stock exchanges, economy of Pakistan & Gulf.


Semana Economia
About - SEMANAeconmica, economy and business magazine with the most complete analysis of the Peruvian business world.


Econs Actually Blog
About - Econs Actually is an established premier tuition programme in Singapore, specializing in 'A' Level Economics Tuition.


Spanish Economy
About - The Spanish Economy provides access to the latest key economic information on Spain in English in a clear and comprehensive manner.


Economics Help Blog
About - This blog is written by Tejvan Pettinger. He contributes articles to the Economic Review and writes regularly on economics.

Institute Of Economic Affairs
About -Our mission is to improve understanding of the fundamental institutions of a free society by analysing and expounding the role of markets in solving economic and social problems.

National Institute Of Economic & Social Research Blog
About - EconomicsUK is the personal website of David Smith, the Economics Editor of The Sunday Times, London. His easy to understand writing and clearly defined causes and consequences makes this an accessible blog for beginners.


Economist's View
About - Mark Thoma, a Professor of Economics at the University of Oregon, writes about macroeconomics on the Economist’s View. He posts a daily round up of interesting blogs links, while sometimes writing his own detailed analysis in longer posts.

Curious Cat investing & Economics Blog
About - Focused on economics, investing and financial literacy. One aim is to to help regular readers become more knowledgeable about these important areas to aid their ability to manage their personal finances and to better understand the economy.

The New York Times | Economics & Politics
About - It is a New York Times column written for wider audiences, authored by Paul Krugman. Paul is an American economist who was awarded the Nobel Economics Prize in 2008 and is known in academia for his work on international economics.

Marginal Revolution
About - MR began in August of 2003 and there have been new posts daily since that time. In numerous reviews and ratings over the years Marginal Revolution has consistently been ranked as the best or one of the best economic blogs on the web, but it is more (and less) than that, also representing the quirks of its authors.