Once again, WordPress has crunched the year-end numbers on my blog. Here’s what it reports:
This blog has been viewed 114,265 times thus far this year.
As it turns out, I wrote 861 new posts this year, growing the total archive of this blog to 6,696 posts.
Here are the posts that apparently got the most views in 2015:
1. It’s the class conflict, stupid! (February 2015)
2. Chart of the day (May 2015)
3. Falling down (December 2010)
4. Capital (gains) vs. labor (income) (January 2012)
5. Human capital controversy (February 2015)
This blog had visitors from 173 different countries—mostly from the United States, followed by Germany and the United Kingdom.
All in a year’s work. . .
I also want to thank the folks at the Real-World Economics Review Blog for reposting some of the items that originally appear here, thus expanding the conversation.