Sunday, October 21, 2007

Mason Bloggers: The GMU Mafia

A few days ago, Arnold Kling mentioned that GMU has a lot of faculty and grad students who are bloggers. Now he is trying to put together a list of all of them:
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.

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.
If you are a GMU blogger, follow the link and leave your blog name and web address in the comments section.

Here's what I've been able to piece together so far of identities of the GMU Mafia:

GMU Faculty
Walter Williams doesn't have a blog, but he does have a weekly column. Russ Roberts also does a phenomenal weekly podcast about economics called EconTalk.

GMU Students
Triya also blogs at Non Resident Alien, but there tends to be less economic stuff there.

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?

2 comments:

cljo said...

I am a MA student at GMU and blog at Competitive Notes (http://competitivenotes.blogspot.com).

Daniel said...

Thanks for the link Bri.