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Greg Mankiw

http://gregmankiw.blogspot.com/

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.

NFF
by noreply@blogger.com (Greg Mankiw) over 1 year ago
The Saddest Chart I've Seen Today
by noreply@blogger.com (Greg Mankiw) over 1 year ago

Mish's Global Economic Analysis

http://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.

Goodbye Blogger, Hello WordPress: Mish's GlobalEconomicAnalysis has Moved to MishTalk.Com
by noreply@blogger.com (Mike Mish Shedlock) 8 days ago
Iowa Caucuses: Cruz Edges Trump and Rubio; Clinton and Sanders in Dead Heat
by noreply@blogger.com (Mike Mish Shedlock) 8 days ago

Calculated Risk

http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/

This blog deals mostly with domestic investment and other economic trends. The blog will be useful to anyone interested in macro economic trends, especially in the real-estate market.

MBA: Mortgage Applications Increased in Latest Weekly Survey, Purchase Applications up 25% YoY
by Bill McBride about 2 hours ago
"Mortgage Rates Well Into Mid 3's"
by Bill McBride about 15 hours ago

Roubini

http://www.roubini.com/

Roubini helps its followers keep track of the worldwide economy and its current state. It makes it clear that what happens worldwide can hit you at home.


The Big Picture

http://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.

CoCo Primer: What They Are and How They Work
by Barry Ritholtz about 2 hours ago
Breaking Through the Zero Lower Bound
by Admin Tim about 4 hours ago

Cafe Hayek

http://cafehayek.com/

This site is a great one for those who might be, as of right now, more casual about the whole economics things, but who'd like to become more serious about it all.

On Ordinary Americans’ Living Standards
by Don Boudreaux about 1 year ago
Maybe This Is What Gives
by Don Boudreaux about 1 year ago

Memri Economic Blog

http://www.memrieconomicblog.org/

Dr. Nimrod Raphaeli is anything but. He lends an authoritative voice to the often crowded economics blog scene.







Economic History

http://premodeconhist.wordpress.com/

"Have you ever realized the amazing amount of labour wasted every day in colleges and universities around the world?" This blog ensures that top tier term papers don't go to waste.




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 almost 2 years ago
Decarbonization Now? (No, not yet.)
by Michael Giberson almost 2 years ago

Economic Warrior

http://economicwarrior.org/

Econ scholar Barry James Dyke offers a worthwhile and readable opinion on the topic.



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.

Guest Contribution: “Does China’s Capital Flight respond to US Monetary Policy?”
by Menzie Chinn about 16 hours ago
Of Morality Plays and Technocratic Assessments
by Menzie Chinn 1 day ago



Angry Bear

http://www.angrybearblog.com/

The current economic scene is aggravating enough to make you rage like this blog's tantrum-prone namesake. The writing here is smart enough to pacify your rage.