Intelligent Economist’s 100 economics blogs of 2019

Intelligent Economist released the rankings for 2019.

Welcome to the 4th Annual Top Economics Blogs list. For the 2019 edition, we’ve added many newcomers, as well as favorites which continue to provide quality insight year after year. Like lists in previous years (201820172016), the new 2019 list features a broad range of quality blogs in practically every economic discipline. Whether you are interested in general economics or prefer more specific topics such as finance, healthcare economics, or environmental economics; there is something here for you.  You will also find blogs which focus on microeconomics, macroeconomics, and the economics of specific geographical regions.

Whether you are a student, economics professional, or just someone with a general interest in how economic issues affect the world around you, you’re certain to find the perfect blog for your specific needs.

Candidates for this year’s list were chosen based on the quality of their posts, not on their specific school of thought, political belief system, or mainstream popularity. High-quality blogs with a lower number of subscribers were given the same treatment as those with large followings. In addition, every effort has been made to create a well-balanced list, with many different economic disciplines and beliefs represented. So here are the top 100 economics blogs of 2019, listed in no particular order.

Humbled to feature again in 2019 (in regional economics category). Thanks to all the visitors and supporters.

It is really nice to see blogs written by women economists in the list.

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2 Responses to “Intelligent Economist’s 100 economics blogs of 2019”

  1. econGully Says:

    Congratulations

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