Macroeconomics RSS Feeds
Site - delong.typepad.com
Berkeley, California, United States
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 - economistsview.typepad.com
Eugene, Oregon, United States
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 - ritholtz.com
New York City, New York, United States
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.
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
About Site - 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.
About Site - 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.
About Site - Blog by David Merkel. Helping Institutions and Ordinary People Invest Better by Focusing on Risk Control. My goal is teaching investors about better investing through risk control, and tying all of the markets into a coherent whole.
Site - blog.supplysideliberal.com
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
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.
Site - macroblog.typepad.com
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
About Site - he Atlanta Fed's macroblog provides commentary on economic topics including monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial issues and Southeast regional trends.
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
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.
Site - econospeak.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.
Site - jwmason.org/the-slack-wire
Brooklyn, New York, United States
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.
London, England, United Kingdom
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.
Site - gemproj.org/blog
About Site - A forum for economists who believe that macroeconomics can be both internally coherent and stabilization-policy relevant. Our mission is to educate youth and young adults about issues that affect them and their communities, through our use of innovative programs and enriching activities.
Site - mainlymacro.blogspot.com
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
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 - economicfractalist.com/blog
About Site - Non-Stochastic Saturation Macroeconomics. Welcome to the small alcove for the advancement of cause and effect saturation macroeconomics. This site pursues the hypothesis that the nature of market valuations and economic cycles is both causal and quantitatively decipherable.
Site - owenzidar.wordpress.com
About Site - Oweznzidar is the personal blog of Owen Zidar, an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago. Like his field of research, he often blogs about fiscal policy issues and the macroeconomic impact of tax policies.