Useful economics blogs

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24 Mar 2007

I am increasingly finding that a select few economics blogs, although often
eclectic, provide useful references and ideas. These include:

* Chris Dillow, a financial journalist, although he denies it, blogs at stumblingandmumbling.

* Greg Mankiw, professor of economic at Harvard, has random observations for economics students.

* J Bradford DeLong, professor of economics at the University of California
at Berkeley and former Clinton administration official, has a semi-daily journal.

* Martin Wolf’s economists’ forum at the Financial Times (FT). Annoyingly you need a subscription to the FT to read the original articles in full.

* Will Wilkinson’s Happiness & Public Policy blog. Strictly speaking not about economics but a great source on the happiness debate.