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Brad Delong, Berkeley

Bradley A. Hansen’s Blog

Casey Mulligan: Supply and Demand

Dani Rodrik’s weblog

David Flynn: Barter is Evil

Econbrowser – James Hamilton

David Andolfatto: Macro Mania

Worthwhile Canadian Initiative

Tim Harford: Undercover Economist

Timothy Taylor: Conversable Economist

S. Sumner: Money Illusion

T. Cowen: Marginal Revolution

Simon Wren-Lewis


Roger Farmer’s Economic Window

Project Syndicate

Paul Krugman

Noah Smith

Offsetting Behaviour

  • Fix the darned pipes

    Wellington loses somewhere between 7 and 32 percent of its water because of leaks in the pipes. Nobody knows how much is lost because water isn't properly metered. Wellington has more than three times as many old cruddy pipes as the next worst council, Christchurch. Getting a new source to meet both new demand and the leaks will cost $250 million. Additional sources are likely worth having anyway for resilience against quakes, so long as they...

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Microeconomic Insights

Miles Kimball

Miles Corak: Economics for public policy

Mark Thoma

Managerial Econ

Macro and Other Market Musings

John B. Taylor

John Cochrane – Grumpy Economist

Leisure of the Theory Class

Jeffrey Frankel’s Blog

Global Economic Intersection

FT Alphaville


Donald Marron

Cyril Morong: Dangerous Economist

Greg Mankiw

Ben Bernanke

Carola Binder: Quantitative Ease

Free Exchange Economist

Jared Bernstein: On the economy

Josh Hendrickson: Everyday Economist

Owen Zidar

Peterson Institute

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