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September 19, 2007

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Abi

From Berkeley: George Akerlof, Pranab Bardhan and Raj Chetty.

Andrew John

Paul Romer, perhaps? Akerlof is a good choice, too. I think Joan Robinson would have been the best econ blogger ever, though.

Arthur Goldhammer

Olivier Blanchard.

gabriel

Yes, I would like to see George Akerlof/Janet Yellen blog..I think Stiglitz would be interesting..Rogoff or Frankel

Notice the strong Berkeley influence : ) (yes Rogoff and Frankel were at Berkeley for a bit)

Mac

Abhijit Banerji from MIT

David

Assar Lindbeck from stockholm university, Sweden.

jmdesp

Olivier Blanchard writes from times to times on Telos-eu (on what can be considered as Telos's blog), but it's very irregular, and it's in french.

Here's his page linking to the articles he wrote for them :
http://www.telos-eu.com/user/23

Hafiz

Dan Hamermesh!

Wait, does an econometrician count?

Amine

Daron Acemoglu from MIT.

Mike

Keynes of course...if that's not feasible...Stiglitz then...

Chandan

Joseph Stiglitz
Devraj Roy

Ivo Staub

Joseph Stiglitz and Joel Mokyr

Chandan

Joseph Stiglitz and Debraj Ray

chris

You'd think that Stigliz' views aren't already well-known, based on these comments.

My choice for an original and outside-the-mainstream blogger would be UNLV's Hans-Hermann Hoppe.

Manuel

Stiglitz, Barry Eichengreen, Acemoglu.

tt

acemoglu for sure

denisse

how about amartya sen?

Paolo

Blanchard, Sen, Stiglitz.

Dk

Amartya Sen, for sure.
And also Ricardo J. Caballero.

marshall

definitely acemoglu.

Ben

I'd like to see the Columbia triumvirate have their own blog where Stiglitz, Sachs and Bhagwati jointly run it and debate each other.

jb

acemoglu

eriks

Stiglitz or Ben's triumvirate.

vassilis

krugman.
my wish just came true :)

betternotsignthisone

Robert Barro, I have never laughed so much than when he used to write for Business Week, hilarious stuff, what a star.

Alex

Ben Bernanke! Fed-speak updates everyday! Markets would love it.

hari

Dani - This is a popularity contest or not?

- Baghwati
- Krugman
- Amartya Sen
-Assar Lindbeck
-Gunnar Myrdal/JKGalbraith!

Alan

Joseph Stiglitz

Mava

ROMER

Dawson Lemus

Joseph Stiglitz

Steven Taylor

I'll go with Sen.

filio

Sen
Bhagwati

pierre

Robert Lucas

Liz Drake

Dr. Inigo Macias de Barcelona

Liz Drake

Dr. Inigo Macias de Barcelona

Ali Sohail (pakistan)

Aly Ercelawn
Stiglitz

Ali Sohail (pakistan)

Aly Ercelawn (pakistan)

prestopundit

Roger Garrison

Garrison has got to be considered the best macroeconomist working today.

van

Giovanni Dosi.

alex kossoy

Daron Acemoglu.
I read many of his papers, I just bought his book On the Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, and I think he is the one who could give us the best insight on everyday things and on Research, given his qualifications on Labor Economics, Political Science, etc.

Definitively Acemoglu.

prestopundit

More choices:

Philip Mirowski

Alex Rosenberg

Bruce Caldwell

An economist who knows only economics usually isn't a very good economist -- these guys know not only lots besides economics, they also know more about economics than most economists.

jml

A.K. Sen
A. Banerjee

rkillings

Maynard Keynes, of course. But don't feel obliged to go to where he is to ask him personally. You're allowed to pass the word through a medium.

rkillings

Maynard Keynes, of course. But don't feel obliged to go to where he is to ask him personally. You're allowed to pass the word through a medium.

Jim

Tom Schelling

Jim

Tom Schelling

pm

Acemoglu or Akerlof.

Alejandro

Jordi Galí, Olivier Blanchard, José De Gregorio, Stanley Fischer, Andrés Velasco, Ricardo Haussman,...

conundrum

Daron Acemoglu
Andrei Shleifer

jb

Stanley Fischer, Akerlof/Yellen, Acemoglu, Dasgupta

Econometricians: PCB Phillips, David Hendry

Lodger

Easterly

Lodger

Easterly

Warren

Barro
Bernanke

Charlie Davis

How about a top UK economist- Andrew Oswald

Nene

Joint: Daron Acemoglu / Andrei Shleifer
Joint: William Nordhaus
Joint: George Akerlof/Robert Shiller
Joint: Barry Nalebuff/Ian Ayres
Joint: John E. Roemer/Amartya Sen

Nene

Joint: William Nordhaus / Parta Dasgupta/Martin L. Weitzman

Cho

Bill Easterly please!!!!!!!!

As a bonus...

Daron Acemoglu

Cho

Actually Daron as an alternative choice, not as bonus...

you didn't say this was one man one vote!!

other Jim

Tony Venables

F. K.-C.

Andrés Velasco

Bob

Economists can't write, with the great exception of Dierdre McCloskey. I vote McCloskey. Do any other economists even know who she IS?

sami atallah

joseph stiglitz

David

Daron Acemoglu, Joseph Stiglitz and I believe that Xavier Sala-i-Martin would be a perfect blogger.

manfred

Yes, Olivier Blanchard would be a big thing!

What about Guillermo Calvo? Would be interesting, too.

Will

Acemoglu

Amol Agrawal

Not in any order
1. Acemoglu (what a researcher)
2. Mishkin
3. Bernanke (his speeches are simply awesome)
4. Zingales & Rajan (for understanding finance better)
5. Paul Romer
6. Akerlof (for his variety)
7. Kahnemann/Thaler (for making economics interesting)
8. Shleifer is a must(you seldom come across an economist as diverse as this guy)

Aqdas Afzal (Pakistan)

Abert O. Hirschmann

Aqdas Afzal (Pakistan)

Trying Again --

ALBERT O. HIRSCHMANN

Justin Rietz

Dani, you are all we could ever ask for! ;-)

But, if I HAD to choose, I would cast my vote for Easterly or De Soto.

2cents

A few I would subscribe to:

The James Heckman blog
The Samuel Bowles blog
The Acemoglu Robinson blog
A good economic history blog

Matt Zeitlin

Stiglitz, Easterly vs Sachs, Bhagwati vs Banerjee, Jamie Galbraith

Dani

Acemoglu, he always has interesting things to say

stefanotti

Sen of course. I'd be a better person reading him on a near daily basis.

Also Esther Duflo from MIT.

martin

I'd love to get the Krugman of "The Accidental Theorist", when he was a bit less predictable...

Pedro Braz Teixeira

Stiglitz

Joe

Acemoglu or Eichengreen

kalle

Amartya Sen

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Joseph Stiglitz for sure

Remi

Stiglitz

paine

nosferatu

mark

edward glaeser
douglass north
assar lindbeck
glenn loury

mig

So, a lot of my best picks were taken: Acemoglu, David Romer, Easterly, Ed Glaeser, etc.

How about Caroline Hoxby or Martin Feldstein or John V.C. Nye?

Guccio

Yeah, Daron Acemoglu would be great

ls

Will be nice to have:
Stiglitz
James K Galbraith
Lawrence Summers
Greenspan

Rodrik n Krugman would certainly have been on the list had they not been blogging.

ogre

John DiNardo

doug

the gold standard: joseph stiglitz

doug

yeah barro would be good for a laugh -- i've never laughed so much when i've read some of his academic papers either...

Etienne Calame

Sorry to be late to propose Kemal Dervis.

ss

Your new colleague at KSG, Lant Pritchett, about whom as you know you wrote, "Lant is a terrific economist--not just smart, but with incredible knowledge of the real world and common sense." That sounds like a perfect blogger.

asad

this is late, but i just thought i'd put in my two cents: i'd love to see a blog by keith griffin and/or aziz ur rahman khan.
jacqueline geoghegan would be great too.

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