In no particular order:
‘Ben Bernanke’s blog’, so named, since Ben does not have to think of a catchy title to signal what you will find there.
David Andolfatto, ‘Macro Mania’ I wish he wrote more, because I feel I get better at RBC each time he does.
Steve Williamson, ‘New monetarist economics’ One of my heroes.
Paul Krugman, ‘The conscience of a liberal’ Pre-2000 Krugman has surfaced again recently.
Simon Wren-Lewis, ‘Mainly macro’ If I live to have Grandchildren, I’ll tell them that SWL, King of the UK bloggers, once sent me a post to comment on before posting.
Robert Peston, ‘Peston’s picks’ Penetrating on business and finance. Can be shaky on macro. But you have to read it so you know what millions of others are reading.
Mark Thoma, ‘Economist’s view’, the Mother of all aggregator sites
Atlanta Fed, ‘Macroblog’ Was this the pioneer central bank blog? I think so. Yet it’s often the most personal and outspoken, ahead of the others.
John Cochrane, ‘Grumpy economist’ In econ terms JC is polymathic. Relentless convservatism, and prone to slanging matches [Sure: pot, kettle, black].
Chris House, ‘Orderstatistic’ Chris taught one of the desk officers at the Noah Smith collective, and he really knows his stuff.
Roger Farmer, ‘My Economic Window’ Roger does too, and I’m still puzzling over why he thinks believing in NK is supply-sideism.
New York Fed, ‘Liberty Street Economics’ Surprisingly readable for a central bank blog.
NIESR blog [inc Jonathan Portes, Angus Amstrong, Monique Ebelle]
Noah Smith, ‘Noahpinion’ [Inc multiple desk officers writing under the collective Pseudonym ‘Noah Smith’]
JP Koning, ‘Moneyness‘ JP has been excellent on the details of the zero bound, and Governance of central banks.
Brad DeLong Needs Babelfish to translate, but, once done, you have the commanding heights of intellectual endeavour right there.
Mick Grady, ‘FundamentalMacro’. Ace former senior BoE staffer with rare mix of financial markets and monetary policy theory literacy. Has gone quiet since taking up a job with Aviva.