I want to thank everyone who completed the survey–almost 1200 people responded from over 60 countries. Here are the top ten episodes of 2014 as voted by you. Every episode got at least 3% of the vote. The top episode got 25%. I especially want to thank you for your comments. Your interest in EconTalk and your appreciation for our efforts is deeply satisfying to me. I hope 2015 can be even better as we try to add ways for you to deepen your learning if that interests you.

1. Michael Munger on the Sharing Economy
2. Marc Andreessen on Venture Capital and the Digital Future
3. Bryan Caplan on College, Signaling and Human Capital
4. Russ Roberts and Mike Munger on How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life
5. Sam Altman on Start-ups, Venture Capital, and the Y Combinator
6. Nina Munk on Poverty, Development, and the Idealist
7. D. G. Myers on Cancer, Dying, and Living
8. Daron Acemoglu on Inequality, Institutions, and Piketty
9. William Easterly on the Tyranny of Experts
10. Jonathan Haidt on the Righteous Mind
10. Thomas Piketty on Inequality and Capital in the 21st Century