The Death of Economics

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Faber & Faber, 1995 - Economic forecasting - 230 pages
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'Important and ingenious. Ormerod's book is coolly and clearly written, and in English, as opposed to the kind of impenetrable technical esperanto now used by most economists. It ought to be read by every educated person.' Spectator

'Paul Ormerod, a professional economist who has straddled the academic and business world, and done well out of it, attempts to expose and debunk economics. It is a task in which many will wish him well.' Sunday Times

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THE DEATH OF ECONOMICS

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An old Wall Street adage holds that if all the world's economists were laid end to end, they would never reach a conclusion. Ormerod suffers from no such inadequacy in this vigorous, informed, and ... Read full review

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