It’s that time again. The most popular posts on this blog are somewhat surprising – who would have thought the character and methodology of economics was such a draw? The top 10 of 2012 were:
1. A macroeconomist tells me off – read, presumably, by the tribes of Paul Krugman admirers, as many of them took the time to tell me off again in their comments
3. Tribes of economists – about the divisions in the profession
5. Oh no, not happiness again – one of my rants against targeting ‘happiness’, required all-too-frequently
6. Unicorns, Higgs Bosons and macroeconomics – a write-up of an international symposium on the state of macro
The Economics of Enough: How to Run the Economy as If the Future Matters
9. A mess beyond fixing? – a review of Robert Peston’s book How Do We Fix This Mess?
10. American plutocracy – the evidence – linked to Martin Gilens’ book, Affluence & Influence: Economic Inequality and Political Power in America