2013 Top Ten28th December 2013
So if you’ve had neither time nor inclination to wade through the lot, here are the edited highlights of 2013:
Drawing global interest and recommendation. Proving that you can’t beat contemporary relevance.
Voted the top economic blog of the week, beating The Washington Post into 3rd place! Examining the lessons we have failed to learn since the French revolution.
Basking in the glory of predicting the Cyprus problem just a few weeks earlier, when everyone else was looking the other way.
A guide to surviving in a world of bankrupt states.
The utter irrelevance of the state and media’s measure of a successful economy.
Some biblical fun at the expense of the EU.
The follow-up to top blog of the week, which itself made the Economic Research Council’s No.3 slot.
Part 1 of my magnum opus, topping a series of 5 on leveraged banking, baffling borrowings and financial repression. Read it if you really want to understand whats going on.
The best economist by far, with his best sketch, explaining the simple folly of economic society.
Popular because it struck so many chords. Read it and you’ll see how full gainful employment needn’t be just a dream.
I know, I’ve gone beyond ten, but for anyone wanting to understand inflation statistics, this is the real deal.
The tail end of the magnum opus, closing the serious analysis with words that all should ponder.
Of course besides my economic blogs, the selection of Business Articles drew inspiration for many in business, and has been actively used by both clients and the curious in their thirst for improvement:
Proving that hard times aren’t over yet … and the wise know that coming out of recession is often tougher on cashflow than going in.
Who wouldn’t want to?
An essential component in any business, looking ahead!
A service as much as an article … an invaluable aid to many who sought to think “outside the box” about their business.
A new kid on the block, only published in November, but invaluable to marketing strategy.
And as for 2014? No doubt there will be much to say, and like any good businessman, I shall seek to focus on what really matters…