"Economics" Blogs & Blog Posts

Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694

This blog attempts to act as magnet for 'us the people' in the fa...

 
Unfashionably EconomicUnfashionably Economic

Random thoughts from a Ph.D economics student, covering current events and ...

 
Paul KrugmanPaul Krugman

Nobel Prize winner for economics

 
Forum for Stable CurrenciesForum for Stable Currencies

The Forum for Stable Currencies is a voluntary initiative of parliamentaria...

 
Thinking Out AloudThinking Out Aloud

A blog of book reviews, occasional film reviews and posts on matters of int...

 
Mark WadsworthMark Wadsworth

Economics and cow attacks.

 
The Rogue EconomistThe Rogue Economist

A mix of popular economics and personal finance with all the technical jarg...

 


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Gross domestic product is a measure of the value of all goods and services produced in a country over a period of time.

We are the cultural species par excellence, and so the species that creates its own niches.Beaver dam, Hesse, Germany.The ecologist Paul Colinvaux, author of the classic text Why Big Fierce Animals Are Rare, made an observation in his deeply flawed b...

The more a CEO is paid the worst customers are treated. Everyone knows inequality is bad for our society, but now shareholders might start caring because inequality within companies produces negative results. Customers are less satisfied with compani...

Keynesian economics is a theory that advocates increased government expenditures and lower taxes to stimulate demand.

From This is Money, spotted by Mombers:Forecast rises in interest rates could force landlords to raise rents to meet mortgage affordability criteria, or risk being trapped on higher rates, according to a buy-to-let expert. This is because interest co...

Student Tino Cardasis took advantage of an online lecture recording of a University of Michigan economics lecture, editing out almost everything except the word "beef." Professor Adam Stevenson seemed to approve of the edit, retweeting the video soon...

From an editorial in The Telegraph which, unsually, makes some good points: Jeremy Hunt, Britain’s longest-serving health secretary, spent years fretting over health budgets and knows better than most how easily the NHS can swallow up extra funds...