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15 most viewed RWER Blog posts in the past year

1. Summary of the Great Transformation by Polanyi, Asad Zaman

2. Piketty’s response to Mankiw et al.: “and some consume academics.”, David Ruccio

3. Germany is bluffing on Greece, Mark Weisbrot

4. Reflections on the “Inside Job”, Peter Radford

5. Emerging vs. developed countries’ GDP growth rates 1986 to 2015,  editor

6. Mainstream macroeconomics distorts our understanding of economic reality, Lars Syll

7. 25 graphics showing upward redistribution of income and wealth in USA since 1979, David Ruccio

8. 20 graphs showing inequality in the USA, editor

9. A detailed program proposal for creating a parallel currency in Greece,  Trond Andresen and Robert W. Parenteau

10. Deutsche bank: fifteen shades of fraud, Merijn Knibbe

11. “Of the 1%, by the 1%, for the 1%”, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Edward Fullbrook

12. Seven technical reasons why ‘(Real) Unit Labour Costs’ are not a valid macro-indicator of competitiveness, Merijn Knibbe

13. Citigroup attempts to disappear its Plutonomy Report #2, Edward Fullbrook

14. The Keynes Solution, Paul Davidson

15. Rethinking Economics rejects INET’s “Core Curriculum”, editor

 


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