Originally created in 2006 by Joshua Gans, an Australian economist, Core Economics became a multiauthored blog in 2008. The blog generally covers economic policy and economic issues, along with business strategy, technology and innovation, reflecting the wide interests of the authors.
Branko Milanović is a Serbian-American economist who was born in 1953. He did his Ph.D. at University of Belgrade in 1987 with the dissertation on economic inequality in Yugoslavia. He is a presidential professor at the Graduate Center City University of New York and senior fellow at Luxembourg Income Study, He was lead economist in World Bank Research Department for almost 20 years and senior associate at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington (2003-2005).
Roger Nusbaum has been working in the investment industry since 1984 and he is the ETF Strategist for AdvisorShares, a global investment management firm based in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Nusbaum started Random Roger, his stock market blog in September 2004. For many years the Random Roger has focused on portfolio construction, behavioral finance, the need for innovative retirement solutions and ETF thought leadership related to analysis, portfolio implementation and the evolution of exchange traded products.
Tadas Viskanta, a private investor with over 25 years of experience in the financial markets, is the founder and editor of Abnormal Returns since its 2005 launch. For twelve years this “forecast-free investment blog” is a go-to resource for both professional and everyday investors.
Claus Vistesen is a Danish economist who has several years' experience working for independent macroeconomic research firms. He is currently the Chief Eurozone Economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics. At Pantheon, Claus focusses on the Eurozone, with particular emphasis on the core economies of Germany and France, and on ECB policy.He is keen to argue that the Eurozone still has a business cycle, despite its manifest structural problems, and that investors who focus only on the long-term fundamentals run the risk of missing significant investment opportunities.