Top posts of 2013

The most viewed posts on my blog in 2013 were as follows:

1. Global wealth inequality: top 1% own 41%; top 10% own 86%; bottom half own just 1%

2. Michael Heinrich, Marx’s law and crisis theory

3. Thatcher: there was no alternative

4. Workers of the world cannot unite – conclusive evidence

5. Mandela’s economic legacy

6. Oh dear! What are the British people thinking of?

7.  Marx versus Keynes in the summer

8. A Keynesian or Marxist depression?

9.  Heterodox economics: where are you?

10.  German capitalism: a success story?

So it seems that, while the topical posts as on Thatcher or Mandela were popular, the theoretical ones on Heinrich or on the differences between Keynes and Marx also held sway.  As for stats, most readers liked those posts on global inequality, the one on wealth being the most popular post of all by far in 2013.

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