The Bayesian Heresy has alerted me to some new econoblogs of note, which I have added to my blogroll. Most are by academic economists:
* Modeled Behavior is "a stylized foray in to the world of highly fashionable ideas" by Karl Smith, a "wet behind the ears" Professor of Economics and Government at the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Twenty-Cent Paradigms is "a mostly macro- and international economics weblog for students (and anyone else!)" by Bill C, "an assistant professor of economics at Miami University". This appears to be William Craighead
* Macro and Other Market Musings is by David Beckworth, an assistant professor of economics at Texas State University
* Economics aka Constant Dream, is "just another blog tagging resources for economics students"
Perhaps the dam has now broken on academic economists blogging? If so, one can thank the arrival of leading economists on the scene - Greg Mankiw, Dani Rodrik and George Borjas to name just three - in making such parctices more acceptable.