Ten Recommended Reads from 2018

Here are our ten recommended reads from 2018 (our first year in existence). These are different from the ten most read in 2018. Many of these didn’t make it to the top 10 most read as they got published late during the year. Here are our picks from 2018,

Number 1: Published July 3, 2018

Do economic fundamentals matter anymore?

Number 2: Published October 7, 2018

The Real Economics of Brexit

Number 3: Published March 31, 2018

Alphabet (the parent company of Google) spent the most as a company on Lobbying. Facebook’s spend on lobbying increased 5500% since 2009. They spent most lobbying on changes to … data privacy

Number 4: Published December 22, 2018

The U.S. Government is now spending $1.24 for every $1 in income

Number 5: Published December 28, 2018

Here are interest rates for every country and how much they changed in 2018

Number 6: Published April 12, 2018

All you wanted to know about US trade in 2017 and why China matters so much

Number 7: Published March 17, 2018

What makes the Swedish economy unique and should the world follow its economic model?

Number 8: Published August 1, 2018

Banks in the United States have a problem – they can’t find enough customers to lend money to

Number 9: Published May 12, 2018

The curious case of low U.S. money velocity

Number 10: Published February 15, 2018

If Cryptocurrencies contributed to economic data points such as GDP or global money supply in 2017 plus some other things

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