This week the website EconomicsDegree.Net, which provides students, career changers and anyone else with an interest in the field of economics with information on academic programs of study, career options and links to resources in the field, named the blog Environmental Economics, which is co-authored by AEDE Professor and Chair, Tim Haab, as a “Top 100 Site for Enlightened Economists.”
As noted by EconomicsDegree.Net in regards to choosing Environmental Economics to be included in the ranking, “EconomicsDegree.Net compiled the following sites, which are 100 of the best sites in the field. Listed in no specific order, these sites are a must-see for anyone who wants to be considered a quality, ‘enlightened’ economist. Sites were selected based on a variety of factors including readership size, update frequency, information quality, and other awards received.”
Environmental Economics is also authored by John Whitehead, Professor in the Department of Economics at Appalachian State University. The blog is widely read and averages around 1,300 visitors per day.
October 10, 2012