One of the things about my Masonomics essay is that I did not mention a lot of Mason bloggers. Could you leave comments with your blogs? I want to publish a list, and I'd prefer not to miss any.If you are a GMU blogger, follow the link and leave your blog name and web address in the comments section.
I want to include any Masonomists (students or faculty) who write for blogs, as long as the blogs have at least some occasional economic content.
Here's what I've been able to piece together so far of identities of the GMU Mafia:
- Austrian Economists (Peter Boettke, Chris Coyne, Peter Leeson, Frederic Sautet)
- Cafe Hayek (Don Boudreaux and Russ Roberts)
- EconLog (Bryan Caplan and Arnold Kling)
- Marginal Revolution (Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok)
- Overcoming Bias (Robin Hanson)
- Austrian Addiction (Dan D'Amico)
- Competitive Notes (Carl Oberg)
- Constrained Optimization (Billy Foster, Stewart ?, Jason ?, Tyler Watts)
- Desi Libertarian (Triyakshana Venkatraman)
- Eli Durado (Eli Durado)
- Heretic at the Gates (Will McBride)
- Law, Legislation, and Lunacy (David Youngberg and Warren Anderson)
- Nothing Adds Up (Ali Hasanain)
- Productivity Shock (Jason Briggeman and Jeremy Horpedahl)
- The Filter (Anthony Evans)
- Thinking on the Margin (Brian Hollar -- me!)
If you think of any I missed, please mention them in the comments section. There are a couple others that I didn't mention either due to inactivity or restricted access.
Also, does anyone have the full list (first and last names) of bloggers at Constrained Optimization?