The feed readers have finally touched 100, and its shame on me not to respect the daily visitors and write informative and interactive posts. I am sorry to each one of you.
The economic crisis is being stretched, no hope is near, a new president of US is elected, a bailout for everything under the sun....yes there's so much economic activity and criticism/support of all decisions and policies.
Its of paramount importance that one learns the finer nuances of such activities, and for this I'd like to recommend a few blogs I visit on a daily basis :
Greg Mankiw's blog : A professor of Economics at Harvard, this blog contains Greg Mankiw's "random observations for students" and also some of the finest articles across the web which can become a very useful resource for us.
Calculated Risk : This blog's an authority on housing, securitisation, and offers a great readership with whom you can discuss everyday financial issues. The blog offers their own invaluable analysis of all economic activities round the clock. A very lively discussion indeed with each post attracting 200-600 comments easily.
The Conscience of a Liberal : The daily blog of Paul Krugman, 2008 winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics. Get to know the great economist's opinions here and also interesting trivia about anything random that may come in Krugman's mind.
Economists View : Find all the day's best stories and original ideas hand-picked in this blog (from many other sources that is). Also great links for everyday reading. One blog from where you can track all other sources of intellectual thought.
Freakonomics : Read the book? Now read their daily blog. Steven Levitt, Stephen Dubner and a host of other guest authors pour their thoughts on the 'hidden side of everything'. Sometimes their posts and comments get very funny, but this blog is quite entertaining.