In 1972, the King of Bhutan made the still novel decision to make “gross national happiness” rather than GDP the main objective of the country’s development.
Welcome to the 4th Annual Top Economics Blogs list. For the 2019 edition, we’ve added many newcomers, as well as favorites which continue to provide quality insight year after year.
The concept of a gig economy (or sharing economy) is engraved in our human instinct. Cooperative structures that include sharing, individual choices, gifting and swapping are a basic part of any community.
We’ve made lists of the best 25 Economics Podcasts of both 2016 and 2017. Now it’s time to bring the list up to date and continue to help you find the best new podcasts in the field of economics.
In a previous post, UberX Pricing by City [Raw Data], I published a list of cities and towns in which UberX operates along with the minimum price, the price per mile and price per minute. My original intention for collecting the data was to derive conclusions behind what I call “Ubernomics.”
After the overwhelming success of our 2016 and 2017 Top Economics Blogs lists, we’ve decided to release a brand new list for 2018. The 2018 list highlights many newcomers and covers a wide range of economic topics.