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Environmental Economics

As a scholarly publisher at Environmental Economics | The Cromulent Economics Blog, abstracts of your content are now indexed in OCLC WorldCat and ProQuest Summon to academic researchers via the only repository of published scholarly blog content - the  ACI Scholarly Blog Index. From the inbox: Dear Tim, Keeping up with the research and scholarship of your fellow Ohio State University colleagues just got a whole lot easier!

2015 138

Why I blog?

Environmental Economics

From a student applicant's statement of purpose: I encountered with Department of Agricultural, Environmental Developmental Economics in OSU by professor Tim Haab’s blog on environment economics [link] , where I learn the most cutting edge of academic research. 

2016 116
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As I lay blogging

Environmental Economics

I tried to work from home, answering email and blogging (talk about unproductive!), done (other than blogging) then Lots of busted pipes around here: Hunkering down at home rather than going to work, canceling thousands of flights and repairing burst pipes from the Midwest to the Southeast has its price. By one estimate, about $5 billion.

2014 138

Top 6 economics blogs?

Environmental Economics

Here is what Mark Thoma said about these blogs: Some of the RSS feeds in the sidebar stopped working for mysterious reasons. Or something else? DeLong, Krugman, Econbrowser, Calculated Risk, Free Exchange, Environmental Economics, and a few more. via economistsview.typepad.com. Actually, it is something else. But still, at least we were mentioned in the same breath! We all broke down at once

Blogging and Social Media Workshop for Writers

The Alien Next Door

My November 9 th workshop on Blogging & Social Media for Writers was held at the Mississauga Central Library. When I decided to attend the session on blogging, I was sure in my [link] mind that I will not find the time to do it; but I just wanted to Nina teaches about blogging know about it all the same. Nina Munteanu with RuRA''s Cheryl Xavier The Blogging & Social Media Workshop for Writers is ongoing through RuRA! for the next Blogging Workshop in the GTA.

2014 126

This is a blog post

Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics ( www.env-econ.net ) is a blog: I got a bang out of Forrest Wickman’s Slate article a couple of weeks ago decrying the trend of calling a blog post or blog entry a “blog.” Haven’t noticed the trend? You will; it’s a thing. Wickman points out that going along with this can make you sound silly. It’s as if people started referring to a newspaper article as “a newspaper.”. via chronicle.com. Or a journal article as a journal. 

2013 125

CSWEP tackles economics blogs

Environmental Economics

The articles an introduction by Imazeki, "the impact of economics blogs" (McKenzie and Ozler), "teaching with economics blogs" (Whitehead) and "using social media for self-promotion" (Connelly). Update, from Jennifer's intro (via her blog ): In “The Impact of Economics Blogs,” World Bank economists and bloggers Berk Özler and David McKenzie discuss the role of economics blogs in the dissemination of research.

We must have faces made for blogging

Environmental Economics

"  I'm probably slow to the party but the series features a series of short (5-10 minute) documentaries introducing basic economic topics like supply and demand, measuring GDP, what is money,  Of particular interest to this blog, one of the documentaries is titled " A Bee's Invoice: The Hidden Value in Nature, " which is designed to answer the question: Are natural resources vital to the economy?  

2015 143

Blogging the hurricane coverage.

Environmental Economics

and scooping the Sports Economist. Do those guys read Deadspin ? Rovell, CNBC's business reporter, tweets like the battle-weary Marine that he isn't: darrenrovell Just got the call: Heading to Montauk. Will be live in the storm on CNBC from 6am to 11pm ET on Sunday. Pray for me. He'll be there because, yes, the world needs to know what the hurricane's hypothetical Under Armour sponsorship revenues would be.

2011 149

Blog Awards

Green Earth Journey

Thank you Melissa , you should definitely stop by her blog , she is one of my daily reads! One of my new bloggy friends, Heather from My Red Award , awarded me the Best Blog Award tonight! I am going to pass these awards onto the following people: Crazy Squirrel Lady -Love her blog, she is currently unable to get online, but she has some great content when she blogs! 2) Pass the award to 7-10 other blogs that you have recently discovered and think are great!

2009 100

Political bias at the Environmental Economics blog?

Environmental Economics

Considering the political bias of the entire blog, I'm a little left and Tim is a little right ( we even did a test to confirm it ). I would claim that we have a neoclassical economic bias at this blog instead of a political bias.  I've been recently accused of being a partisan hack in the comments section by an anonymous troll (and here ): I noticed some followers actually seem to have to apologize to you for even considering a GOP view.

2014 164

Top 100 Economics Blogs of 2018

Environmental Economics

2018 100

"Top 100 Economics Blogs And Websites For Economists"

Environmental Economics

I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Environmental Economics has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 100 Economics Blogs on the web. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 Economics Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this! Also, you have the honor of displaying the following badge on your blog. Use the below code to display this badge proudly on your blog. From the inbox: My name is Anuj Agarwal.

2016 130

No blogging today. meetings!

Environmental Economics

2011 133

We have a microeconomics blog*

Environmental Economics

What micro blogs should people know about? If I missed your blog, please add it in comments.). I don't know if this is universal, but one thing about a microeconomics blog is the blogger ends up saying the same thing over and over again. we found out how to solve that little problem ]), might deter entry into the microeconomics blog market. Mark Thoma : Peter Dorman: In the Blogosphere, Econ Looks Macro, econospeak : I’m mainly a microeconomist.

2012 133

Navel gazing: Does anyone visit this blog anymore?

Environmental Economics

Here is a chart of unique visits to this blog from Statcounter While nowhere near the financial crisis peak, our readership is bouncing back from our 2012 trough.

2016 126

Sweet Blog Award

Green Earth Journey

I received a blog award from Rachel of Fallbrook Rose blog! Rules: *give this award to 8 sweet and friendly bloggers, *make a post about the award including the picture and mention the person who gave it to you, *put the award on your blog, and *let your nominated 10 know you've awarded them by leaving a comment! Thank you Rachel!

2010 109

Happy 10 year anniversary to the environmental economics blog (sniff)!

Environmental Economics

A website and blog dedicated to accessible writings on environment and natural resource issues written by economists. As you can see, this blog peaked a long time ago. Here is our first post 10 years ago today: John Whitehead and Tim Haab are excited to announce the launch of ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS. ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS can be found at www.env-econ.net. On the site you will find: Opinion pieces. Current event and news analysis. Literature reviews for the lay reader.

2015 157

"Is Blogging or Tweeting about Research Papers Worth It?"

Environmental Economics

Mark Thoma: Via the Lindau blog: The verdict: is blogging or tweeting about research papers worth it?, by Melissa Terras : Eager to find out what impact blogging and social media could have on the dissemination of her work, Melissa Terras took all of her academic research, including papers that have been available online for years, to the web and found that her audience responded with a huge leap in interest.

2014 138

Blog Rating System

Green Earth Journey

My husband and I have created a Blog Rating System ! Please check out the site, you can add a button to your blog and also add your blog to our listings! Hello and welcome, You have reached this page because you clicked on a Blog Rated Button. The blog you were looking at is Rated PG and you are advised to look through it before allowing your children to view the blog. Some material in this blog may be unsuited for children.

2009 109

We're moving our blog to WordPress

Environmental Economics

James Hamilton: We have migrated our blog-management system over to WordPress, which will give Econbrowser a slightly different look and help us keep up better with improving technology. When one of our daughters goes to college, gets the appropriate training and figures out how to do it.

2014 125

I've Started Another Blog

Green Earth Journey

So I've started a new blog called Quoting Notes! I really like quotes. And I love to add original artwork (especially Etsy Artists) to quotes. Are You Quotable

2010 100

Some weak blogging this week.

Environmental Economics

as I'll be doing some travelling. Expect some reblogs and pictures. You can easily fill in the snark your own dang self

2011 141

We're a top 100 finance blog!

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: Hi Tim and John, I just wanted to let you know that I did a (pretty lighthearted) study to work out the Top 100 Finance Blogs, and Environmental Economics got in. Thanks for the great blog. You can check out the article I wrote about it here: [link]. I'm an ex-derivatives broker, and got a book coming out in May called The Heretic's Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money. All the best, Brett Scott.

2013 122

One Lovely Blog Award

Green Earth Journey

I received this blog award shortly after giving birth to Willow and I haven't had the time to respond until now. In keeping with the tradition of the One Lovely Blog Award I'm posting the Rules of Blog Award Acceptance: 1. Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award, and his or her blog link. Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you've newly discovered.

2009 100

Top 25 Green Business Blogs: We're #6!

Environmental Economics

For those who enjoy soaking up opinions and stories in the blog format, the following reads will prove worth their time and consideration. OnlineMBA.com :  Over the past decade or so, environmental concerns started swelling from a fringe movement to mainstream awareness. And this growing consciousness means growing pressure on purveyors of goods and services to follow suit and ensure their businesses show Mother Earth a little love and tenderness.

2012 142

From Jackie's Blog

Green Earth Journey

I copied and pasted this from Jackie's Blog CLICK HERE to see more information Ill probably bring over here! 10 Things YOU can do to curb global warming 1) Replace your incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent lights (CFLs). Look closely at labels when buying light bulbs. Those marked as CFLs last 10 times longer and use 66 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs while delivering the same light levels.

2010 109

Blog Award From Blogmania

Green Earth Journey

Rules are: To accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his/her blog link. Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you have recently discovered and think are great! Beth Blog. Chronicles of the Unconventional Couple Diapers and Dragons Emily's Latest Joyfully Busy Just a Girl Memoirs Of A Crazy Witch Mommiedaze One Nerve Left Rock And Drool Sara Spelled Without an H Labels: Blog Award

2009 100

Why do you even read this blog?

Environmental Economics

Go read Econbrowser instead. Menzie Chen: In response to this post , climate model skeptic Rick Stryker writes (in ALL CAPS no less): JUST BECAUSE A MODEL DESCRIBES THE EXISTING DATA DOESN’T MEAN THAT IT WILL DESCRIBE DATA THAT HAS NOT BEEN OBSERVED. So far we’re in agreement; in fact I’m going to repeat this point to my econometrics class. He then continues: You see, in science, you don’t prove the theory by showing that it describes the existing observations.

2014 131

We're a "Top 50 Alternative Energy Blogs"

Environmental Economics

  In an effort to better help our readers choose the right alternative energy investment for them, we outline the top 50 alternative energy blogs (in no particular order) to help you make the best choices for your portfolio. " Environmental and Urban Economics is in the "General" category: "The following blogs broadly discuss the alt energy world."

Blog Action Day – The Gift of Water

The Green Samaritan

Home About Terms of Use & Privacy Policy Disclosure Contact Product Reviews Monthly Eco-Resolutions Quick Reference Guide Subscribe Blog Action Day – The Gift of Water October 15, 2010 Today, October 15th, is Blog Action Day. Over 4600 blogs will be participating including the White House Blog , The UK Foreign Office, and The Official Google Blog. Tagged as: Blog Action Day 2010 , change.

2010 130

"Keystone marathon begins in Senate" [and at this blog]

Environmental Economics

I've always wanted to complete a marathon: The Senate on Tuesday began what is expected to be a weeks-long debate over the Keystone XL pipeline by holding a trio of amendment votes. Out of the three amendments proposed, only one — Republican Sen. Rob Portman's (Ohio) trimmed down version of an energy efficiency bill — passed, in a 95-4 vote.    Senators on Tuesday agreed to take up another six amendments, with votes set to begin Wednesday.

2015 160

I cast a long shadow at this blog

Environmental Economics

2015 149

Sometimes blogging is real donkey work

Environmental Economics

My favorite economic indicator: Some of the thoroughbred industry’s leading buyers kept their wallets closed — or didn’t dig as deep as usual — but the Keeneland September Yearling Sale still saw its best results since the recession, thanks to spirited buying at all levels of the market by all kinds of buyers. The sale, the largest of its kind in the world, posted gains in nearly every category as it ended its 13-day run Friday. The average sale price of $87,354 was up 14.17

2012 146

New Blog Layout!

Green Earth Journey

This great blog design was created by Sara Bonds of Subjective Beauty. Do I curse a lot on this blog, no, but when I do, I feel strongly about something and I feel that I need those words to get my point across. If I find an image I want to use on this blog that has a curse word, Im going to use, whether the curse word may be necessary or not. This blog is for the utmost part family friendly. Oh and hubby has a brand new blog check it out The Forgotten Gamer

2009 109

Green Living Guy Blog Talk Radio Interview with Supermodel Emme!

Green Living Guy

The post Green Living Guy Blog Talk Radio Interview with Supermodel Emme! A while ago I did an interview at with the famous Supermodel EMME. Yes EMME. First of all, here’s an update. Aka a couple of things in my homework.

I'm 58% to blame for all mistakes on this blog

Environmental Economics

A federal judge has ruled that BP's reckless conduct resulted in the nation's worst offshore oil spill, leaving the company open to billions of dollars in penalties. District Judge Carl Barbier's ruling Thursday could nearly quadruple the amount of civil penalties for polluting the Gulf of Mexico with oil from BP's Macondo well in 2010. Barbier presided over a trial in 2013 to apportion blame for the spill that spewed oil from April 20 to mid-July 2010.

2014 160

Greg Mankiw's Blog: A Trailer for the Pigou Club

Environmental Economics

via gregmankiw.blogspot.com. From YouTube : From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens and Academy Award-winning actor, and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio, BEFORE THE FLOOD presents a riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change. BEFORE THE FLOOD will be in theaters in NYC and LA starting October 21, and air globally on the National Geographic Channel starting October 30.

2016 122

How to Make Your Business Grow Through Blogging Services?

Green Prophet

Getting blogging outreach services could be an excellent and reliable way to make your business grow. I have explored the world of digital marketing for my business, and getting the blogging services worked the best when it came to improving the Google rankings of my brand.

2020 52

Blog Award! Love Ya!

Green Earth Journey

Thank you Marianna, I will be checking out your blog from now on! The Love Ya Blog Award: These blogs are exceedingly charming. I'm giving The Love Ya Award to: Estela over at Life of a Bird , blogs about her life in Oklahoma and her creations for her Etsy shop, oh and she finds fantastic music! The Card Shop Blog , beautiful are on earthy paper! The Long Thread very cute blog! We Covet , awesome blog, hilarious finds!

2009 100

This is why you should never read your own blog

Environmental Economics

Matt Kahn: Over the last couple of weeks, I have been re-reading the roughly 2600 blog posts I have written since 2005.  I owe everyone an apology.  Only 15% of them are good.  Too many of the posts are self serving, and/or silly.

2013 155

Why we're the smartest blog around

Environmental Economics

I'm not sure what reminded me of this, but this quote from the greatest sitcom ever (John and I disagree on this) explains alot about my life: Well ya see, Norm, it's like this. A herd of buffalo can only move as fast as the slowest buffalo. And when the herd is hunted, it is the slowest and weakest ones at the back that are killed first.

2012 135

RePEc blog: BEPress Journals Are Not Open Access Anymore | The RePEc Blog

Environmental Economics

The grand experiment is dead: This is the usual story:  Once a free or reasonably priced journal is successful, it is bought, prices are raised, and access restricted. The lure of money is too tempting. The most recent case concerns the BEPress journals that had pioneered open access in economics (well, actually quasi-open access, but this was acceptable). Aaron Edlin has sold them to DeGruyter , and quasi open access turned into gated access. The author’s rights are disregarded, of course.

2013 139