Top posts of 2018

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While many of you may want to forget about 2018, we promise there are some good things that happened that you might want to remember. Here are the top 10 most read posts of the year. Happy new year and enjoy!

  1. An Alternative Economics Summer Reading List (by Carolina AlvesBesiana BallaDevika Dutt and Ingrid H. Kvangraven)
  2. Not just r > g but r + q >> g: Piketty meets Ricardo in the long run of Indian history (by Rishabh Kumar, California State University, San Bernardino)
  3. Historicising the Aid Debate: South Korea as a Successful Aid Recipient (by Farwa Sial, School of Oriental and African Studies)
  4. Consuming development: Capitalism, economic growth and everyday life (by Arve Hansen, University of Oslo)
  5. The World Bank Pushes Shadow Banking in the Name of Development (Daniela Gabor, University of the West of England, Bristol, and others).
  6. Keynes or New-Keynesian: Why Not Teach Both? (by Rohit Azad, Jawaharlal Nehru University)
  7. Think Positive, Climb out of Poverty? It’s Just Not So Easy! (by Svenja Flechtner, University of Siegen)
  8. Revisiting Hirschman’s Tunnel Effect and Its Relevance for China (by Wannaphong DurongkaverojAustralian National University)
  9. Why I refuse to rethink development – again (and again, and again…) (by Julia Schöneberg, University of Kassel)
  10. Marx’s Birthday and the Dismal Science (by Carolina Alves, University of Cambridge, and Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven, University of York)

Want to be a contributor to this blog too next year? Shoot an e-mail to Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven and she’ll guide you through the submission process.

 

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