Thursday 9 April 2009

China Economics Blog in at number 2

I like blog rankings where China Economics Blog does well. The recent Bankling blog provides just such a ranking.

Ranking posts are a cheap way of getting extra hits and any good SEO blog has this as a top tip for getting known. Even so, we are happy to play along.

Here is the first section that includes China Economics Blog. Interestingly, the author of the post says that some blogs are serious and others humerus with no middle ground. Surely China Economics Blog is somewhere in the middle? Hmm, the last two posts of mine do place me on the serious side I admit.

Top 50 Economics Blogs [Bankling]

International Perspectives

Some of the economics blogs listed below are humorous and some are dead serious. Some are both. Very little middle ground.

1. Atlantic Blog: Thoughts on politics, economics and culture by William Sjostrom, an American economist in Ireland.
2. China Economics Blog: A place to find news about important issues for China’s economy including economic growth.
3. David Smith: This economics editor for the Sunday Times, London, hashes out his view on this blog.
4. Econlog: Also known as the Library of Economics and Liberty, this blog focuses on using topical books and the news to illustrate economic principles.
5. Economic Dreams - Economic Nightmares: Dave Iverson is an economist who loves nature. On this blog he tracks geopolitics and international finance.
6. Economics Roundtable: A compilation of opinions drawn from a wider variety of economics blogs than you may have thought possible. Your host is Professor William R. Parke of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
7. Heavy Lifting: One economist’s astute perspective on global economic issues.
8. Mises Economics Blog: Founded in 1982, the Mises Institute serves as the world’s leader provider of educational materials about the Austrian School of economics and libertarian political and social theory.
9. Organizations and Markets: Professors Nicolai J. Foss and Peter G. Klein created this blog in 2006 with a focus on organizational economics, strategic management, entrepreneurship, innovation, the economics of institutions, and the history, philosophy, and sociology of science. While academic, it also is global.
10. Stumbling and Mumbling: By all accounts an “extremist, not a fanatic,” this anonymous British blogger shines a different light upon economic topics.
11. The Adam Smith Institute Blog: The Adam Smith Institute is the UK’s leading politically independent and non-profit innovator of free-market economic and social policies.
12. The Austrian Economists: Discussion and expansion on public policy and ideological importance of the Austrian School of Economics.
13. Truck and Barter: Commentary on international economic issues, with a take where “sympathy and hedonism collide.”
14. VOXEU: Research-based policy analysis and commentary from leading economists. They are partnering with the UK government to collect global perspectives on the G20.


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ChinaEconomist said...


Chinastakes looks interesting. I will check its progress and put up a link in due course.

Best wishes,

China Economist

Michael said...

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