Academic bloggers in business and economics

Blogging is increasingly being used by academics as a method of communication. Blogs allow the research community to share and discuss ideas much more easily and quickly than more traditional publishing routes. Warwick’s Vice Chancellor, Nigel Thrift, has blogged on this topic.

Below the image are a list of blogs written by academics from Warwick and beyond in the fields of business and economics. This is by no means an exhaustive list; if there are others that you read please share them in the comments.

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Bloggers from Warwick

Bloggers from around the world

  • Behind Blue Eyes – Simon Taylor, Lecturer in Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School
  • Dilip S Mutum – Dr Dilip S Mutum, Lecturer in Marketing and Advertising, Coventry Business School
  • Economics 101 – John B Taylor, Professor of Economics, Stanford University
  • Greg Mankiw’s Blog – Greg Mankiw, Professor of Economics, Harvard University
  • Andrew McAfee’s Blog – Andrew McAfee, Principal Research Scientist, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Ramblings – Ana Isabel Canhoto, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Oxford Brookes University

2 responses to “Academic bloggers in business and economics

  1. markgreenwood

    Thanks for this useful post. I’ve included a link in
    Would you agree that it is not easy to find blogs about current research in business and management?

  2. Hi Mark. Glad you found the post useful. I’d definitely agree that it’s not easy to find people blogging about business and management research. I had to do some quite extensive research to compile this list. I found a lot of blogs, but many were inactive.

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