Tag: Blogging

The Q#4 quintet

Here are the five posts published on this blog between October and December 2012 that recorded the most hits: The maths question in economics (24th October) Not so Marr-vellous (4th November) The reopening of the economic mind? (26th November) Policy challenges around welfare reform (13th November) Osbo’s poverty […]

My top ten posts of 2012

This has been quite a good year for this blog. I could never claim my ramblings have mass appeal, but traffic in 2012 has been nearly double that in 2011. This year’s top post recorded twice the hits received by last year’s top post. Half of this year’s […]

My top ten blogs 2012

It’s that time of year again. A year ago I offered, for the first time, a list of my top ten blogs. I’ve continued reading all those blogs regularly during 2012. So this year’s list has been harder to compile. Thinking about who to include isn’t a challenge. […]

Marginal notes

The readership of this blog is increasing over time, but I’m very conscious that not everyone likes to consume their reading material online. And few people have the inclination to rummage in the blog archive to find related posts of interest. I have therefore put together a thematic […]

Reaching the Terrible Twos

Today is the second anniversary of this blog opening for business. Happy Birthday – Blorthday? No, that sounds awful – to me. Another year of offering a largely indifferent world some more or less coherent thoughts on a range of loosely related topics. This landmark arrives at a […]

The Q#3 quintet

Here are the five posts published on this blog between July and September that recorded the most hits: Expensive homes for wealthy people (23rd August) There’s money to be made from “responsibilizing” the poor (17th September) Housing and the economy (12th September) Housing transformations and trajectories: My contribution […]

The Q#2 quintet

Here are the five posts published on this blog between April and June that recorded the most hits: Jeremy Hunt and the limits of credulity (1st May) Economists? That’ll be your problem right there (10th June) Grasping the big picture on housing (21st April) Why an Elected Mayor […]