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Economyths : 11 ways economics gets it wrong / David Orrell.

By: Orrell, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: United Kingdom: Icon Books Ltd, c2010Description: 420 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781785782299.Subject(s): Economics | Financial crises | Rational expectations (Economic theory) | Economic forecasting | Économie politique | Crises financières | Anticipations rationnelles (Théorie économique) | Prévision économiqueSummary: This book is written from the perspective of the applied mathematician, David Orrell. He states that economics is a mathematical model of human behaviour and the economy is dangerously unstable and unbalanced, and the risk models are unreliable.--[From introduction]
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [269]-271) and index.

This book is written from the perspective of the applied mathematician, David Orrell. He states that economics is a mathematical model of human behaviour and the economy is dangerously unstable and unbalanced, and the risk models are unreliable.--[From introduction]

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