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Description - Economyths by David Orrell

When Economyths was first published in 2010, David Orrell showed how mainstream economics is based on key myths such as fair competition, rational behaviour, stability and eternal growth - and how these myths lead paradoxically to their opposites: inequality, an irrational economy, financial instability and a collision with nature's limits.

Since then, we've had Occupy, political upheaval, flash crashes in financial markets, the warmest few years in recorded history - and a growing chorus demanding fundamental reform. So how has economics responded?

In this revised and expanded edition, Orrell shows how the ten myths still dominate economics. And in a new final chapter, he uncovers, demolishes and develops an alternative to the greatest economyth of all - the one that will finally lead to the collapse of orthodox economics.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781785782299
ISBN-10: 1785782290
Format: Paperback / softback
(198mm x 129mm x 25mm)
Pages: 320
Imprint: Icon Books Ltd
Publisher: Icon Books Ltd
Publish Date: 6-Jul-2017
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - David Orrell

David Orrell is an applied mathematician and author of popular science books. He studied mathematics at the University of Alberta, and obtained his doctorate from Oxford University on the prediction of nonlinear systems. His work in applied mathematics and complex systems research has since led him to diverse areas such as weather forecasting, economics, and cancer biology. His work has been featured in the New Scientist, the Financial Times and on BBC Radio.

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