WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND? THOUGHTS FROM THE ECONOMONITOR COMMUNITY

We kick off another week with some thoughts from the EconoMonitor community.  Here is what’s on the minds of the EconoMonitor bloggers. We would love to hear what’s on your mind. Is This Europe We Are Talking About? –Edward Hugh (Don’t Shoot the Messenger) This weekend I have been thinking a lot, and reading a […]

WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND? THOUGHTS FROM THE ECONOMONITOR COMMUNITY

We kick off another week with some thoughts from the EconoMonitor community.  Here is what’s on the minds of the EconoMonitor bloggers. We would love to hear what’s on your mind. Challenge to Austerity Deepens, the Handwriting is on the Wall -Daniel Alpert (Dan Alpert’s Two Cents) This weekend marked the culmination of the anti-austerian […]

Best of the Month: Top 10 EconoMonitor Posts From April

As determined by you, our readers, here are the top 10 (make that 11) EconoMonitor posts from April. As always, thank you for all of your comments and feedback and for helping us push the economic conversation into high gear. Europe’s Short Vacation by Nouriel Roubini Spain Following in Ireland’s Footsteps by Megan Greene Spain […]

WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND? THOUGHTS FROM THE ECONOMONITOR COMMUNITY

We thought we would kick off the week with some thoughts from the EconoMonitor community.  Here is what’s on the minds of our esteemed group of EconoMonitor bloggers.  We would love to hear your feedback and what’s on your mind. Spain: It’s The Mortgage Book, Stupid! -Edward Hugh (Don’t Shoot the Messenger) I have spent […]

Economics Bloggers Forum 2012 – Live Streaming

Today, the Kauffman Foundation is hosting the fourth annual Economics Bloggers Forum in Kansas City, MO. The live stream of the event and schedule can be found here. EconoMonitor’s Rebecca Wilder has been invited to the festivities and is in attendance.  

Is Now the Time to Further U.S.-China Military Ties? Debate…

Here are two opposing views. A Step Toward Trust With China (New York Times) by Mike Mullen, a Navy admiral, is the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The military relationship between the United States and China is one of the world’s most important. And yet, clouded by some misunderstanding and suspicion, it remains […]

Welcome to EconoMonitor

Our new EconoMonitor is the result of many months of contributor and reader feedback. But, while our site has been upgraded, our goal of creating a platform for the exchange of ideas has not changed. Founded by economist Nouriel Roubini in 2006, the EconoMonitor continues to feature the insight of some of the most respected […]