I’ve been blogging for five years, and here are my 10 favourite posts

With the New Year approaching, permit me the opportunity to wish you and yours peace and prosperity.

The end of 2016 marks the fifth year of my blog, and I’m grateful to my students and readers for making it worthwhile, and particularly to those who have taken the time to reblog, comment on, or otherwise share one of my 148 posts.

Rather than offer you the usual top ten most popular posts, here are links to my favourite posts written at some point since I started blogging in November 2011. They are not necessarily the most viewed, but I like them because they best illustrate the principles motivating my writing:

  1. Write about what you know, and give readers the opportunity and resources to learn more.
  2. Focus on what is relevant—what people want to read, and what contributes to a constructive conversation about public policy.
  3. Do this in a professional way that uses the principles of economics.

Here are links to my ten favourite posts of the last five years.

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