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About Site - Get latest Articles on Economics from the Bloomberg. Bloomberg delivers business and markets news, data, analysis, and video to the world, featuring stories from Businessweek and Bloomberg News.
Site - freakonomics.com
About Site - An economist and a journalist join forces to make the often daunting topic of economics easily understood and digested by general audiences. It’s a fun and informative exploration of how the subject’s basic principles drive the minutiae of day-to-day existence.
Site - blogs.wsj.com/economics
New York, NY
About Site - Real Time Economics offers exclusive news, analysis and commentary on the U.S. and global economy, central bank policy and economics. Economic insight and analysis from The Wall Street Journal.
Site - ft.com/global-economy
About Site - The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations, recognised for our authority, integrity and accuracy. Here you will find news on global economics.
About Site - Reflections on economics, finance, and policy by the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, now Brookings Distinguished Fellow in Residence. The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to conduct in-depth research that leads to new ideas for solving problems facing society at the local, national and global level.
New York, NY
About Site - FiveThirtyEight, created by Nate Silver, who is best known for election forecasts such as the 2012 presidential election in which FiveThirtyEight correctly predicted the vote winner of all 50 states. The site regularly publishes articles by creating or analyzing statistical information on a wide variety of topics in current politics and economic news.
Site - marginalrevolution.com
About Site - 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.
Site - mises.org
About Site - The Mises Wire is a blog publication by the Mises Instituion which promotes teaching and research in the Austrian school of economics. The posts apply Austrian economic theory on current or historical events.
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Site - econlog.econlib.org
About Site - 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.
Federal Reserve Bank of NY
About Site - 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.
Site - epi.org/blog
About Site - 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. EPI believes every working person deserves a good job with fair pay, affordable health care, and retirement security. To achieve this goal, EPI conducts research and analysis on the economic status of working America.
Site - consumerist.com
About Site - Because spending trends do hold sway over how economies operate, it makes sense for fans of the subject to pay attention to what the consumers themselves have to say. Issues like recalls and rip-offs that change how businesses conduct themselves need to be taken into consideration before investing and predicting future outcomes.
Site - voxeu.org
London, United Kingdom
About Site - VOX is an awesome blog created by the The Centre for Economic Policy Research, which promotes research excellence and policy relevance in European economics. It covers a diverse range of research based analyses on policy and economic issues. The content can appeal to a diverse audience of economic students to professional economists.
Site - esa.doc.gov
About Site - The mission of the Economics and Statistics Administration is to provide high-quality economic analysis and foster the missions of the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Site - armstrongeconomics.com/blog
About Site - Armstrong Economics is an economic forecasting organization based on the cyclical models developed by Martin Armstrong. Our mission is to remove opinion from forecasting through the use of our advanced technical models while educating the public on the underlying trends within the economy.
Site - mishtalk.com
Crystal Lake, IL
About Site - This highly praised global economics blog is written by Mike “Mish” Shedlock, an investment advisor. Mike provides profound comments on macroeconomic trends around the world, which makes this a must read blog.
Site - ritholtz.com
About Site - The Big Picture, an excellent blog that looks at macroeconomic issues, is written by Barry L. Ritholtz. Barry is the founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management. The Big Picture breaks down and explains the latest economic news in great detail.
Site - nakedcapitalism.com
New York, NY
About Site - Yves Smith is the pseudonymous author of Naked Capitalism, a popular blog about the U.S. economy and the financial sector. Naked Capitalism was started to combat the underreporting of Wall St. and the economy by mainstream media. They don’t hold back any punches against government officials or corporate interests.
About Site - We created this interactive site to give voice to our scholars’ ideas and opinions in a forum that encourages public comment. This blog serves as a virtual blackboard for ideas and expertise found on the Berkeley campus.Here you will find latest updates on economics.
Site - calculatedriskblog.com
About Site - 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.
Site - economistsview.typepad.com
About Site - 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.
Site - robertreich.org
About Site - 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.
Site - chrisblattman.com
New York, NY, USA
About Site - Chris Blattman is an Associate Professor at Columbia University. Through his blog, Chris explores statistics and cultural trends to examine poverty and political participation. His weekly links capture some of the best content on the web.
Site - cepr.net/blogs/cepr-blog
About Site - 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.
Site - cafehayek.com
George Mason University
About Site - 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.
Site - theincidentaleconomist.com
About Site - 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.
Site - econbrowser.com
About Site - 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).
Site - gregmankiw.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.
Site - themoneyillusion.com
About Site - 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.
Site - timharford.com
About Site - 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.
Site - delong.typepad.com
About Site - J. Bradford DeLong was one of the first economics bloggers and his continues to reflect that with a large number of links. DeLong is a Professor of Economics at U.C. Berkeley. His well thought out insights on macroeconomic issues makes this a must-read blog.
Site - neweconomicperspectives.org
About Site - We offer policy advice and economic analysis from a group of professional economists, legal scholars, and financial market practitioners. Dedicated to modern money theory (MMT) and policies to promote financial stability and the attainment of full employment.
Site - johnhcochrane.blogspot.com
Palo Alto, CA
About Site - John Cochrane, Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford, is The Grumpy Economist. But he claims to not actually be grumpy. On this blog, he provides detailed commentary backed with data and exceptional reasoning on current economic news, finance and policy policy.
About Site - 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.
About Site - 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.
Site - env-econ.net
About Site - 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.
Site - baselinescenario.com
About Site - The Baseline Scenario is a blog discussing economics and economic policy written by Simon Johnson and James Kwak.The Baseline Scenario is dedicated to explaining some of the key issues in the global economy and developing concrete policy proposals.
About Site - 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.
Site - rodrik.typepad.com
About Site - Dani Rodrik’s weblog is authored by economist and Professor Dani Rodrik (Harvard Kennedy School). His blog looks thoroughly at the underlying issues of global development.
Site - worthwhile.typepad.com
About Site - 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.
Site - dashofinsight.com
About Site - 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.
Site - healthcare-economist.com
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - Jason’s research interests include all issues related to healthcare policy and economics, value-based purchasing, the health insurance market, and Medicare policy research.
Site - jaredbernsteinblog.com
About Site - Jared Bernstein's areas of expertise include federal and state economic and fiscal policies, income inequality and mobility, trends in employment and earnings, international comparisons, and the analysis of financial and housing markets.
Site - pro.creditwritedowns.com
About Site - Credit Writedowns is a news and opinion site dedicated to bringing a well-informed view of finance, economics, markets, and foreign policy into the mainstream consciousness. Edward Harrison is the founder of the finance news and forecasting site Credit Writedowns.
About Site - 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.
Site - economicpopulist.org
About Site - 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.
Site - blog.supplysideliberal.com
About Site - 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.
About Site - 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.
Site - macroblog.typepad.com
About Site - he Atlanta Fed's macroblog provides commentary on economic topics including monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial issues and Southeast regional trends.
Site - johnkay.com
About Site - 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.
Site - johnquiggin.com
University of Queensland
About Site - 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.
Site - azizonomics.com
About Site - Azizonomics, by John Aziz, discusses economics at the intersection of technology and futurism, which results in some very thoughtful and absorbing posts like the economics of building the US-Mexico wall.
Site - uneasymoney.com
About Site - David Glanser is an economist in the Washington DC area. My research and writing has been mostly on monetary economics and policy and the history of economics. Uneasy Money is a blog about monetary policy, which means it is also about monetary theory and macroeconomics.
Site - keithhennessey.com
About Site - Hi, I'm Keith Hennessey. I work as a Lecturer at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, teaching American economic policy to MBA students. This blog is aimed at students of American economic policy.
Site - bonddad.blogspot.com
About Site - 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
Site - economicprincipals.com
About Site - 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.
About Site - Long and Variable is a blog on macroeconomics and public policy. Authored by Professor Tony Yates (University of Birmingham), this blog is quite detailed and knowledgeable about global monetary policy.
About Site - Diane Coyle is a professor of economics at the University of Manchester and runs the consultancy Enlightenment Economics. We has long-standing specialist expertise in technology markets, innovation and competition policy. We are currently working on projects on the implications of the spread of mobile broadband for inequality in low-income economies.
Site - primeeconomics.org/articles
About Site - Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME) is a network of macroeconomists, political economists and professionals from related disciplines who seek to engage with a diverse audience in order to de-mystify economic theories, policies and ideas. Our aim is to develop and frame macroeconomic theories, applications and solutions to the severe economic, social and ecological problems of the world.
Site - economicsone.com
About Site - Professor John Taylor (Stanford University) blogs at Economics One, a blog suited fr more experienced economists. Here, he analyzes and gives astute commentary on mostly current macroeconomic issues.
Site - microeconomicinsights.org
About Site - The Microeconomic Insights blog posts summaries of high quality microeconomic research to inform its audience about global microeconomic issues. Its topics cover all areas of microeconomics, including development, health economics, environmental economics and international trade.
Site - knowledgeproblem.com
About Site - 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.
Site - truthonthemarket.com
About Site - Truth on the Market offers commentary on law, business, economics and more. We hope you find some of our posts insightful, thought-provoking, or at least mildly interesting. This blog was formed by a group of law professors and economists.
Site - jasoncollins.org
About Site - A blog by Jason Collins on economics, evolution and those areas in between. My blog mainly focussed on topics such as Economics, Behavioural and Data science.
About Site - Blog by Shaun Richards. I am an independent economist who studied at the London School of Economics. My speciality is monetary economics and I analyse current economic trends.
Site - peneconomics.com/blog
About Site - Blog by Dr. Jonathon Deans. I study energy and commodity markets for an Australian research institute, and have a doctorate in economics as well as masters degrees in business administration and finance. As a hobby, I study the economics of the fountain pen world and communicate my findings here.
Site - aheblog.com
About Site - The Academic Health Economists’ Blog exists to provide an on-line 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; to promote healthy debate in the field, with a sharing of ideas.
Site - robertstavinsblog.org
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
About Site - 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.
About Site - Blog by David Beckworth, an associate Professor of Economics at Western Kentucky University, has recently launched an awesome podcast that features well-known economists, many of whom are featured on this list. David’s blog highlights is a great place to start to learn about specific economic events.
Wellington, New Zealand
About Site - This New Zealand based economics blog was created by two economists, Eric Crampton and Seamus Hogan. They explore a range of fascinating topics from sports economics to housing and much more. Sharp and easy to follow analysis.
Site - economics.com.au
About Site - 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.
Site - economicsuk.com/blog
About Site - 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.
Site - multiplier-effect.org
About Site - Multiplier Effect is the blog of The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, an economics research organization. The posts focus on economic policy in the United States and the rest of the world, prompting a reasoned discussion on current issues.
Site - thesportseconomist.com
The wide world of sports!
About Site - 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.
Site - everydayecon.wordpress.com
About Site - The Everyday Economist is a blog written by Josh Hendrickson, an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Mississippi. Josh’s flair for simple and readable writing on current economics issues makes this one of the best economics blogs for beginners.
Site - fxdiebold.blogspot.com
About Site - No Hesitations contains news and views, comments and criticisms, rants and raves, focusing mostly, but not exclusively, on dynamic predictive modeling in economics and finance.
Site - jwmason.org/the-slack-wire
About Site - 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.
Site - fatasmihov.blogspot.com
About Site - Antonio Fatas is a Professor of Economics at INSEAD, an international business school with campuses in Singapore, France and Abu Dhabi. Antonio highlights important economic data coming out central banks and analyzes the implications for us in a way that is readable by economists and non-economists.
Site - populareconomics.org/blog
About Site - The Center for Popular Economics is a nonprofit collective of over 60 political economists based in Amherst, MA, dedicated to helping to demystify the economy. CPE provides economic de-mystification through participatory trainings, forums, publications, and curriculum development. We are also engaged in building the solidarity economy movement an economy for people and planet.
Site - stochastictrend.blogspot.com
About Site - Stochastic Trend by David Stern, is an Energy and Environmental Economist at the Australian National University. This energy and environmental economics focussed blog uses econometrics and modeling to base its arguments, which makes it a reliable resource but requires background knowledge to understand.
Site - barterisevil.com
Grand Forks, ND
About Site - Barter is Evil is an economics blog where the author, Professor David Flynn (University of North Dakota) encourages the exchange of ideas on economics, economic history and statistics. His blog places an emphasis on the North Dakota economy, which provides us with great insight on the impact of the oil industry boom there.
Site - petergordonsblog.com
About Site - A blog exploring the intersection of economic thinking and urban planning/real estate development and related big-think themes.Gordon's research interests are in applied urban economics.
Site - mainlymacro.blogspot.in
About Site - Mainly Macro is a near daily commentary by Professor Simon Wren-Lewis (Oxford University) on global macroeconomic issues. His excellent writing style and explanation appeals to economists and non-economists.
Site - bradleyahansen.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.
About Site - Cyril Morong, who teaches economics at San Antonio College, is the Dangerous Economist. Cyril picks up on some very interesting articles in the news with his own comments. This blog is very easy to read and great for people wanting to see how economic principles appear in everyday news.
Site - nohseconomics.blogspot.in
About Site - Welcome. I am currently teaching Economics at NOHS. This is my 13th year teaching.I enjoy using my business and teaching experience to make the study of economics relevant to my students. Blog by John Gauld.
About Site - Intelligent Economics is a blog created by me, who is a former business management student, to lecture about economics concepts and theories. The main goal of this blog is to make education easily accesible and freely available even for the people who are non-economists.
Site - dmarron.com
About Site - Donald Marron, Director of Economic Policy Initiatives at the Urban Institute, shares his thoughts on Economics and finance in his personal blog. It gives us a very clear take on current economic and policy issues.
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102. The Conscience of a Liberal - Economics and Politics by Paul Krugman | The New York Times RSS Feed
Site - krugman.blogs.nytimes.com
New York City
About Site - 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. He is also a Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.