Archive: Economy

The Capital Spectator

This 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.

Arthur Diamond

This blog intends to be a digital public version of a commonplace book of the sort that was found useful by enlightenment figures such as John Milton and John Locke. Arthur Diamond regularly writes on Economics, Environment, Governance and other issues.

Yunus Centre

The Yunus Centre is the one-stop resource centre for all social business related activities both globally and in Bangladesh. It monitors the progress of social businesses and helps remove bottlenecks.

ReddyToRead

A blog site of Sanjay G. Reddy. He is a Professor of Economics and he discusses numerous issues on economics and other subjects on his blog.

Streetwise Professor

Craig Pirrong is as Professor of Finance and Energy Markets Director of the Global Energy Management Institute at the Bauer College of Business, University of Houston.

Uneasy Money

Uneasy Money is a blog site run by Washing DC based Economist David Glasner. His research and writing has been mostly on monetary economics and policy and the history of economics.

The Visible Hand in Economics

This blog discusses areas where government involvement makes sense. They believe free market often provides the most effective way of allocating resources, they also believe that thinking the free market can solve every economic problem is naive.

Marginal Revolution

Marginal Revolution is the blog of Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, both of whom are Economics Professor and teach at the George Mason University.

The Big Questions

Personal blog of Steven E. Landsburg who is a Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester. He also authored number of books. His current research is in the area of quantum game theory.

Alt-M

A blog devoted to exploring and promoting ideas for an alternative monetary future. A joint project of the Cato Institute's Center for Monetary & Financial Alternatives & the Liberty and Privacy Network's Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights.

Cafe Hayek

A blog that focuses on number of economic issues emphasizing on the impact of policy and politics on Economics. Written by Dr. Don Boudreaux from George Mason University and Russ Roberts of Hoover Institute.

Bruegel

Bruegel is an European think tank specializing in economics. Our mission is to improve the quality of economic policy with open and fact-based research, analysis and debate.

Center for Economic & Policy Research

Established in 1999 to promote democratic debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives. In order for citizens to effectively exercise their voices in a democracy, they should be informed about the problems & choices.

The Baseline Scenario

Dedicated to explaining some of the key issues in the global economy and developing concrete policy proposals. Since September 2008, this blog has been cited by many major newspaper, Internet site and blog covering economic and financial issues.

Bank Underground

A blog written by staff at the Bank of England. Our goal is to bring more of our thinking into the public domain and to showcase our analytical and research output. We hope to contribute to the wider debate on areas that are relevant to the Bank's work.

Business Pundit

Business Pundit has been around since 2003. It made a name for itself with insightful commentary, but eventually fell into disarray as it chased the click-bait market. We're going to change that.

AskBlog

Official blog site of Arnold Kling who is an American economist, scholar and blogger. His writings extensively focuses on the contemporary economy and politics.

Calculated Risk

A full time blogger, Mr. McBride retired as a senior executive from a small public company in the '90s. Mr. McBride holds an MBA from the University of California, Irvine, and has a background in management, finance and economics.

Angry Bear

Angry Bear has evolved over time to become a magazine style publication involving a dozen or so authors of different political persuasions. These people change from time to time so the take on how we post can change to some degree and from time to time.

Econbrowser

Blog site of Professor James D. Hamilton from the Department of Economics at the University of California at San Diego. On this site he discusses and analyzes number of current economic policies and how it can affect the U.S. and the World at large.