Top 100 economics blogs of 2020

Intelligent Economist has released its 2020 list of top 100 blogs.

Welcome, and thank you for joining us for the 5th annual Top Economics Blogs list! We are happy, once again, to introduce you to a freshly updated list of economics blogs for 2020. As always, our winners list provides blogs for many different audiences, ranging from the budding economic enthusiast to the seasoned academic. The list also covers a variety of economics topics, whether it be traditional economic theory or the application of economics to current events and issues. In this meticulously curated list, we’ve condensed the most unique elements of each blog into short descriptions, so that you can see which ones catch your eye.

For 2020, a few newcomers have emerged, while many mainstays from 2019 and years before are present as well. Like previous years, we’ve done our best to capture the blogs which stand out for their quality rather than their popularity. As such, the list is an eclectic group that represents a wide range of tastes and perspectives. Regardless of your school of thought or political affiliation, you can find valuable new content in this list of engaging, high-quality economics blogs.

Blogs Added in 2020:

    • Critical Macro Finance
    • The Demand Side
    • Byte Size Story
    • The one-handed economist
    • the Blog Papers of Dr. Michael Sakbani

Special Mention: Over the past year, two Economics bloggers have retired – Professor Dave Giles of Econometrics Beat and Professor Mark Thoma of Economist’s View.

So, without further ado, here are our top 100 economics blogs for 2020, in no particular order.

It is great to see Mostly Economics continue to be a part of the list.  Thanks to all the visitors and well-wishers of this blog.

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