So, Prateet Agarwal of The Intelligent Economist has issued his list of the top 100 economics blogs for 2017. Econospeak is on the list, which does not rank them but rather puts them into different categories, with us being in the financial economics category, for better or worse. There are some oddities in our description, including the erroneous claim that Max Sawicky is at the Economic Policy Institute, which he once was quite some time ago. It is also claimed that one needs "a strong economics background" to read Econospeak, which I think is a bit overdone. Lots of other blogs are described as being well written and easy to read, but, well, I haven't seen us bogging things down with lots of equations and theorems too much. I think Agarwal must have showed up when Egmont was plying us with his axioms, :-). Anyway, we are there, for better or worse.
Oh, I note that Angry Bear is on the list also, categorized as a General Economics blog. There is a lot of overlap between us and them, with Dan Crawford frequently reposting stuff we put up onto their blog.