Why pay for Stay-At-Home Macro?

Your support will allow me to write regularly here. Most posts will remain open to everyone, so you'll also be helping me bring macro to the people. And, of course, you'll get some special posts.

I have three goals with my Substack:

  • Bring economic policy to the people.

  • Bring the people to economic policy.

  • Bring more diverse voices to the conversation.

Across all my platforms, especially Twitter, I pursue those goals. On Substack too, but so far my posts have been intermittent. With your financial support, I will do more here.

What will everyone get—paying or not?

Two posts a week. They will be data-driven and distinctive—much like my posts on Substack already. Here are the topics and examples in prior posts:

  • What’s going on in the economy and the economic lives of people?

Stay-At-Home Macro
Inflation is cooling some, but not all the reasons are good ones.
Inflation rose 0.4 percent in July, a clear step down from its red-hot pace in the spring. Even so, the average, annualized pace of inflation since the pandemic began in March 2020 is 3%, which is above the Fed’s target of 2%. Contentious debates about the future path of inflation and what the Fed should do about it are distracting us from investigating……
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What will paid subscribers get?

An extra post every other week. And you’ll be helping me write more for everyone here, including people who don’t have the means to pay. Here are the topics and examples in prior posts:

Who gets a free ‘paid’ subscription?

Students, research assistants, pre-docs, or anyone considering a career in economics. Email me at stayathomemacro@gmail.com, and I will add you to my paid subscribers list. It’s very important to me that I support our next generation and show them how they can bring themselves to their work. The future is bright!

Ok, so let’s give it a try. My ‘tip jar’ is open. Thank YOU!