Sunday, January 10, 2016

Top Feedly posts of 2015

I previously did a top three posts of 2015 by pageviews, but different platforms show different top posts. In Feedly, these were the most shared of 2015:

1. The classical mechanics of Wicksell
I talk about Wicksell being the last common ancestor of the various "schools" of economics, and that maybe QE is like the paradigm shifting experiments that brought on quantum mechanics.
2. An MZM quantity theory?
An empirically accurate version of the quantity theory of money where velocity is a concrete measurable variable -- V ~ i, the interest rate -- rather than just being defined by V ≡ PY/M.
Third place was a 20+ way tie (with just two shares, though).

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