Really useful economics blogs


Still working on a simple list of economics blogs for the blogroll.

Of course, you’re probably aware of the trying-to-be-comprehensive listings of blogs at Acadamicblogs.org. Here’s the list of economics blogs. Tell us, Dear Reader, which of these blogs do you regularly read, which do you recommend, and which are missing from the list?

(I’ve already noticed that the high-faluting Becker-Posner Blog, and the always-interesting Michael Perelman’s Unsettling Economics are not on the list. The list strives to be comprehensive. There is a whole lotta blogs out there.)

Economic blogs, from AcademicBlogs.com; I have edited the list to include just the name of the blog with a link:

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One Response to Really useful economics blogs

  1. I’m biased because I am the editor of this blog, but I recommend “No Widgets Here.” A retired economics professor answers economics-related questions submitted by readers.

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