David Walsh runs a nifty site called Economics Principals and it so happens that his present post is about Harvard’s President Summers (the subject of the penultimate post here). I recommend it.
Find his Summers column here
Here is a description of Mr. Walsh’s enterprise:
What is Economic Principals?
Economic Principals.com is an experiment in online economic journalism — a Web-based independent commentary on the production and distribution of economic ideas. It is not a blog. It is a shadow newspaper column.
What does EP cover?
EP reports on university economics, as it affects historical awareness, political debate and public policy. It seeks to put under-noticed economic journalism in touch with a wider audience. EP is not about the business cycle.
Who reads it?
Economists, journalists, managers, policy-makers, educators, lobbyists, investors, citizens — anyone interested in the connections between university economics and the rest of the world.
EP regularly reaches around 10,000 readers in 80 countries.