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Knowledge Problem

http://knowledgeproblem.com/

Lynne is a distinguished Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University. She and Michael Giberson blog on this site about economics and sociology and the content is absolutely top notch.

New York Attorney General grapples to regulate new web-based businesses in old ways
by Michael Giberson over 3 years ago
Decarbonization Now? (No, not yet.)
by Michael Giberson over 3 years ago

Econbrowser

http://www.econbrowser.com/

Authors are professors of economy at large public universities. The content of the blog includes links to monthly employment reports, as well as more general thoughts on the current weakening economy or more specific subjects, such as sovereign defaults.

Forward guidance
by James_Hamilton over 1 year ago
Guest Contribution: “Who is right on US financial reform? Sanders, Clinton, or the Republicans?”
by Menzie Chinn over 1 year ago



Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed

http://paul.kedrosky.com/

Blogger Paul points out that we're all in the financial game to make as much as possible, within legal reason. In that spirit, readers will find very inspiring analysis here.


Vox

http://www.voxeu.org/

Vox is a forum for economists to submit analysis and commentary on macro issues that are refreshingly relevant and useful. Additionally, the posts tend to be more accessible than most academic offerings, but they still maintain appropriate depth of treatment.

Controlling UK executive pay
over 3 years ago
EU antitrust fines and economic distortions
over 3 years ago


Thomas Palley - Economics for Democratic and Open Societies

http://www.thomaspalley.com/

This blog has a very approachable format and is easy to read. Furthermore, the content is provocative and interesting as well. Current trends in foreign and domestic economic issues and problems.

Explaining Stagnation: Why it Matters
by Administrator over 3 years ago
Modern money theory (MMT): the emperor still has no clothes
by Administrator over 3 years ago

Adam Smith Institute Blog

http://www.adamsmith.org/blog/

The Adam Smith Institute is the UK’s leading libertarian think tank, and this is that think tank's blog. The blog features smart, engaging, and relevant posts that range from specific fact-based economic analysis, to more lighthearted and humorous treatments.

When ignorance trumps incentives
by sam over 3 years ago
Teaching economics in schools
by sam over 3 years ago

Midwest Economy

http://midwest.chicagofedblogs.org/

As the name of the blog suggests, this blog focuses on the midwest of the United States. Includes lots of facts and crunches data, but has a lot of great information if this micro topic interests you.

Differences in State Safety Net Spending
by Testa over 3 years ago
Seventh District Update
by Testa over 3 years ago

Kara's Konnections

http://karaskonnections.blogspot.com

Just a blog to get the word out about giveaways and products, I do have a personal ranting blog.




Basic Materials Sector.News,analysis and outlook.

http://www.bmsectorwatch.com

A research website that is focused on analyzing and reporting on the firms that make the B.M. sector move. We provide our analysis in PDF form.