Yesterday was this blog's 3rd birthday. The real celebration will come at the end of this week with the release of GDP data from the BEA. In the meantime, there are a couple of updates:
For the book, I've reached 10,000 words -- a third of my 30,000 word goal. It's turning into a pretty strong indictment of economics in general.
On the blog, I updated the comparative advantage post which has gotten a bit more interesting.
Here's a list of the top posts (by pageviews) of all time:
Mar 3, 2016
Not only did my criticism of the Stock-Flow Consistent (SFC) approach top the pageviews, it topped the list of the greatest number of comments (at over 200).
Jun 19, 2015
My criticism of Scott Sumner's "proof" of monetary offset and that fiscal stimulus has no impact also kicked up a hornets' nest.
Apr 7, 2015
I tried to get a quick summary in front of Mark Thoma because he had just written an article that seemed to be a RFP for the information equilibrium model.
May 16, 2015
Paul Romer makes the same mistake Robert Lucas makes, which began my slow realization that economists don't understand that infinity is dimensionless.
Jan 25, 2016
My reductio ad absurdum model. Inflation is directly linked to labor force participation growth.