NZAE (blog) splits

It appears that the mainstay of NZAE’s recent blogging efforts, Bill Kaye-Blake, now has a blog of his own: Groping towards Bethlehem. No doubt full of enthusiasm from the joy of blogging he decided he needed an outlet where he can talk about Meat Loaf, post-modern cliches, psycho-analysis, and welfare reform; a more idiosyncratic blend of thoughts than one might expect to see on NZAE’s website. It seems that Bill’s blog might be a bit more fun than most economists’ and I was particularly delighted to see no mention of inflation or interest rates in the first few posts! [Not that there’s anything wrong with those, Matt ;)]

Eric Crampton comments on the first few posts here and reckons “Bill’s thinking about things in the right way”. Sounds like a pass mark to me!

  • Yah!

    Except for the lack of monetary policy posting.  Boo 😉

  • “I was particularly delighted to see no mention of inflation or interest rates in the first few posts! ”

    How about an occupy blogglands protest demanding fewer posts on inflation and interest rates etc and more posts on economics!!!

    • 🙁

      More posts on the economics of football?

    • Only because I read so much of it from Matt already. The marginal value of anything that anyone could add to his commentary must be minute 😉