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Top 9 posts of 2010

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(Read caption) Guest blogger Donald Marron shares his Top 9 most popular economic posts of 2010. Have you read them all?

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Happy New Year everyone.

To kick off 2011, I thought it would be interesting to look back at the most popular (by pageviews) posts from 2010. They are an eclectic bunch:

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Another Year Without a Social Security COLA

Can Greece Cut Its Deficit by 10% of GDP?

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P.S. Here are similar lists from Marginal Revolution and Modeled Behavior.

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