Top Posts of 2011

Each year I list the top posts from this blog. Here is 200720082009 and 2010.

  1. Quiggin vs Stutchbury (Joshua Gans)
  2. The most important economics paper this year (Joshua Gans)
  3. Undergraduate Education and the M Model (Stephen King)
  4. The Objective of the Carbon Tax (Stephen King)
  5. English Language Requirements for Immigration (Joshua Gans)
  6. The ERA: Getting less than what you pay for (Joshua Gans)
  7. The sad state of public universities in Australia (Stephen King)
  8. Milkonomics (Stephen King)
  9. Carbon tax and budget deficit (Stephen King)
  10. Teaching morality at business school (Sam Wylie)

Of course, raw count is not the best measure of popularity (as it can also mean high Google hit rates) but nonetheless, there it is. I should also mention these past posts that continued to rate highly (and would be in this top 10):

2 thoughts on “Top Posts of 2011”

  1. Congratulations Joshua – you’ve done it again.  But wow! 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th! You deserve a logie. 


  2. Hi,
    Two-cents of words, I agree with you that it is indeed a good compilation of the year. Among all, I like Stephen King’s Carbon Tax the most. Well done!


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