|borrowed wisdom is still wisdom|
After 10 years, I am going to stop blogging at aguanomics.
I am doing this because I have written quite a bit -- perhaps too much -- on the political economy of water. I've enjoyed the process very much, learned a lot from readers' comments, and written two books on these topics.
Some of you may have noticed that I've posted less on water and more on other topics in recent years. I am going to formalize this shift by switching to a new blog -- The One Handed Economist -- that will give me more space for a range of topics, so this post is more of a comma than full stop.
In the next weeks, I am going to get OHE going as well as tidying up aguanomics by publishing The Best of Aguanomics, a book of posts for readers (new and old) to enjoy.
I know that it will be difficult to choose 100 or so posts out of the 6,000 that have gone up over the past 10 years, but I'm looking forward to uncovering gems and highlighting old favorites. (If you want to suggest any post, then please leave its link in the comments here!)
Thank you for your time, your support and your conversations over all these years.
Bottom line: All good things must come to an end, but this end allows a new beginning.