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Do you like to read economics blogs, but don’t have to check the time each famous blog individually? Good. We are here to help you. We have aggregated the top 100 economics blogs in one place just for you.

We have tried to include blogs of all topics, political affiliations, and beliefs. The main criteria used to include blogs are quality and consistency of posts. By including blogs of all sizes and topics, we have created a well-balanced list. You will find all the point-views in here.

We have grouped the blogs into seven (7) different categories:

  1. GENERAL ECONOMICS BLOGS
    These blogs cover a variety of topics. Browsing these sites regularly is a great way to start understanding economics or even to keep up with current economic events. Ex. Marginal Revolution, The Angry Bear, Café Hayek, etc.
  2. ECONOMIC INSTITUTION BLOGS
    These economic blogs cover a variety of topics but are generally created by institutions like the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Mises Institute or the Brookings Institution. Ex. Liberty Street Economics, Mises Wire, Ben Bernanke’s Blog, etc.
  3. MACROECONOMIC BLOGS
    These macro economics blogs are mostly focused on the U.S. economy as a whole but sometimes overlap with other branches of economics. The posts in the blogs tend to focus on important economic indicators like GDP, interest rates, and unemployment rates. Ex. Calculated Risk, The Grumpy Economist, Economist’s View, etc.
  4. SUB-FIELD ECONOMIC BLOGS
    These economic blogs tend to discuss specific disciplines within the field of economics like healthcare economics, environmental economics and more. Ex. Healthcare Economist, Environmental Economist, Dr. Housing Bubble, etc.
  5. FINANCIAL ECONOMICS BLOGS
    These are the most influential blogs that focus on the financial markets, investing, trading, money and financial economics. Ex. Zero Hedge, Naked Capitalism, Curious Cat, etc.
  6. REGIONAL ECONOMICS BLOGS
    These blogs focus on specific geographic regions or economies, such as European Union, India, UK, Canada. Ex. Mostly Economics, Worthwhile Canadian Initiative, Stumbling and Mumbling, etc.
  7. MAINSTREAM MEDIA BLOGS
    These economics blogs are part of large mainstream media magazines and newspapers like The Wall Street Journal, The Economist and Forbes. Ex. Free Exchange, FiveThirtyEight, Real Time Economics, etc.

There you have it. Top 100 Economics Blogs in one place. I hope you check our site often. If you think there is a great blog that we missed, let us know on the Contact Us Page.

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