Admittedly, blogger and Harvard professor's blog is primarily focused on the study of economics. However, savvy business students will understand the indelible and deeply entrenched connections that lie between the two disciplines. Readers are able to shore up their understanding of how economics works in real-work scenarios post by post. Greg also offers a priceless set of advice postings, several of which are aimed specifically at b-school students.
Mish's Global Economic Analysishttp://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/
Americans can be financially myopic. Understandably so, it can be difficult for us to attend to anything more than the threats ad nauseum of recessions, depressions, and secessions, oh my. However, savvy financial planners understand that turning an eye, at least once in a while, to the international monetary scene can do much to augment your perspective. Blogger Mike's expertly composed worldwide finance blog more than fills the multinational bill.
The Big Picturehttp://www.ritholtz.com/blog/
A Wall Street money manager talks about the economy and investing through statistics, videos, and visual images. In addition to data-driven posts, this blog includes contributions, labeled the Think Tank, from other market experts. This site has been offering insightful perspectives since 2003.
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.