We just received notification that InflationData was Ranked the Number 1 Inflation Blog according to Feedspot Inflation Blogs:
Their commentary says:
“We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.”
#1 InflationData- That’s us.
But I thought you might find it interesting to see who else ranked in the top 10 so here they are:
#2 The Billion Prices Project (BPP)
We’ve mentioned them before. “The Billion Prices Project is an academic initiative that uses prices collected from hundreds of online retailers around the world on a daily basis to conduct research in macro and international economics. It was founded in 2008 by Alberto Cavallo and Roberto Rigobon in association with MIT’s Sloan School of Management and Harvard’s Business School. This page shows their most recent research and links to related projects.” Unfortunately, they have teamed up with for profit “PriceStats” which currently publishes BPP’s daily inflation and PPP indices from over 20 countries. PriceStats are no longer making BPP’s results public unless you are willing to pay. Their most recent free data is available here and runs from 2007-2015.
#3 E-piphany | A Blog About Markets, Mania, and Miscellany
The E-piphany Blog is written by Michael Ashton. He is Managing Principal at Enduring Investments LLC, a specialty consulting and investment management boutique that offers focused inflation-market expertise. Since 2003 he has played an integral role in developing the U.S. inflation derivatives markets and is widely viewed as a premier subject matter expert on inflation products and inflation trading.
#4 CNBC | Inflation
Well everyone knows CNBC but did you know they have a section devoted primarily to inflation?
#5 The Guardian | Inflation
The UK based Guardian also has a site dedicated to inflation.
#6 Inflation | Reddit
From a more Social Media perspective there is Reddit’s Inflation page.
#7 International Monetary Fund
And even the “Deep State” can get in on the action with the IMF’s blog on inflation around the world.
#8 Bill Mitchell’s Billy Blog on Modern Monetary Theory
For a European perspective there is the Billy Blog by visiting Professor at Maastricht University Bill Mitchell who holds the Chair in Economics and is the Director of the Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE), an official research centre at the University of Newcastle.
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