How to build a succesful blog

This new blog – very new, only 6 posts in – is promising big things: address the Causes of the Crises – looks like from a critical, and perhaps market oriented perspective, though not outrightly Austrian).

They’re using one tried and true way to build a successful blog: stack it with econ and poli science professors from top universities and nobel laureates.

Thinkmarket blog has a list of the contributers.

Daron Acemoglu (MIT)
Viral V. Acharya (NYU) and Matthew Richardson (NYU)
Amar Bhide (Columbia U.)
David Colander (Middlebury College)
Steven Gjerstad (Chapman U.) and Vernon L. Smith (2002 Nobel laureate)
Michael Goldberg (U. of New Hampshire)
Juliusz Jablecki (Polish Central Bank) and Mateusz Machaj (Wroclaw U.)
Katerina Juselius (U. of Copenhagen)
Thomas Lux (U. of Kiel)
Joseph E. Stiglitz (2001 Nobel laureate)
John B. Taylor (Stanford U.)
Peter J. Wallison (American Enterprise Inst.)
Lawrence J. White (NYU)

Any top-tiered econ professors are more than welcome to contribute a post or two to our blog as well.


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