By Arnold Kling
Some of the Mason bloggers (other than Cowen, Tabarrok, Hanson, Caplan, Kling, Roberts, and Boudreaux):
Alumni include Mike Giberson, at Knowledge Problem and Midas Oracle; Gary Shiu and Wayne Winegarden at Spontaneous Order; another alumnus, “Swimmy,” says he blogs occasionally at Sounds Familiar. Kevin Brancato has cut back on his blogging at Truck and Barter.
Bryan Hollar lists some GMU students who blog.
- Austrian Addiction (Dan D’Amico)
- Competitive Notes (Carl Oberg)
- Constrained Optimization (Billy Foster, Stewart ?, Jason ?, Tyler Watts)
- Desi Libertarian (Triyakshana Venkatraman)
- Eli Dourado (Eli Durado)
- Heretic at the Gates (Will McBride)
- Law, Legislation, and Lunacy (David Youngberg and Warren Anderson)
- Nothing Adds Up (Ali Hasanain)
- Productivity Shock (Jason Briggeman and Jeremy Horpedahl)
- The Filter (Anthony Evans)
- Thinking on the Margin (Brian Hollar — me!)
Andrew Roth has a gig at Club for Growth.
Adam Gurri, an undergraduate who seems to have decided that he likes economics after taking my course, is at Sophistpundit
Another student mentions GMU econ society.
Have I missed anybody? Misclassified anybody?
Does anybody want to try to organize a “carnival of the Masonomists?” The idea is that every Mason blogger would submit (at most) one of his or her posts each week to the carnival host, who would then compile them and post them on the host’s blog. Carnival hosts typically rotate. The idea of such carnivals is to provide some of the lesser-read blogs with a chance to highlight what other people are missing.
My guess is that a carnival is a royal pain to administer. So I’m not volunteering.