About EconLog / Econlib
EconLog, edited by Arnold Kling and Bryan Caplan, is an economics-oriented weblog or “blog” associated with the Library of Economics and Liberty (Econlib). EconLog provides up-to-date commentary and links on recent topical matters in economics, with new articles posted three to six times each week. Reader comments are welcomed.
EconLog and Econlib provide helpful resources for all levels: students, teachers, librarians, professors; in high schools, colleges, graduate and Ph.D. programs. Readership is throughout the world, and also includes access from the radio, online news sources, newspapers and magazines, professional journals, and other media.
1. The EconLog FAQ/Help page, with explanations ranging from how to use the various Econlib and EconLog Search tools, to posting comments, to arcane matters such as how to use the EconLog RSS feed, rdf, xml, and Trackback features.
2. The ability to search entries and comments. Advanced search options and instructions are provided. Recent material and the archives can be searched, as well as the full Econlib website and the books.
The Archive also includes a list of the most recent comments.
4. The Library of Economics and Liberty, or Econlib, which houses EconLog, also offers
EconTalk, audio podcasts hosted by Russ Roberts,
Economics-related articles by respected writers from Don Cox to Anthony de Jasay to David Levy to Ibsen Martinez,
Over 100 complete online books and reprinted essays, from classics by Smith, Ricardo, Bentham, Mill, Burke, and Mises, to the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (CEE), to Nobel Prize-winners like James M. Buchanan.
For more information, see About Econlib
5. You can contact the EconLog/Econlib editors about administrative matters, ask questions, send feedback, fix typos, or make new suggestions by sending an email to the Econlib webmaster.
You can also comment or send feedback on Econlib or EconLog below. We welcome your questions, suggestions, and ideas!