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Economyths: Ten Ways Economics Gets It Wrong - David Orrell
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From the Introduction: The main problem with our economic system is not that it is hard to predict, but that, despite its enormous productivity and creativity, it appears to be in a state of ill health. The economy is unfair, unstable, and unsustainable. But theory has no way of dealing with these issues. The economy if unfair. Economic theory is supposed to be about optimizing the allocation of resources. However, the reality is that the rich really do get richer. In From the Introduction: The main problem with our economic system is not that it is hard to predict, but that, despite its enormous productivity and creativity, it appears to be in a state of ill health. The economy is unfair, unstable, and unsustainable. But theory has no way of dealing with these issues. The economy if unfair. Economic theory is supposed to be about optimizing the allocation of resources. However, the reality is that the rich really do get richer. In 2009 one hedge fund manager earned over $2 billion, while over a billion people earned less than $1 a day. That's a strange way to allocate resources. The economy is unstable. According to theory, the "invisible hand" should keep asset prices at gold, and hard currencies are subject to enormous gyrations. In later 2007 the price of oil surged to over $140 a barrel, then plunged to under $40, all in the space of a few months. Oil is often called the lifeblood of the economy, but our blood supply is much better regulated. For a while it seemed the economy was having a cardiac event. The economy is unsustainable. According to theory, the economy can grow forever without encountering limits. The reality is that we are bumping up against hard constraints due to things life over-crowding, climate change, and environmental degradation. As environmentalists point out, never-ending growth is the philosophy of a cancer cell. Together, these problems far exceed the importance of an event like the credit crunch. The debt that the global economy is building up with the environment, or the debt of rich countries to poor countries, is of much greater concern than the debt of banks to governments or shareholders. Indeed, it may turn out that this crisis was a blessing in disguise, if it provides the impetus for us to rethink our approach to money. EBooks, Books~~Business & Economics~~Economics~~General, Economyths~~David-Orrell, 999999999, Economyths: Ten Ways Economics Gets It Wrong, David Orrell, 047067802X, Wiley, , , , , Wiley

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From the inability of wealth to make us happier, to our catastrophic blindness to the credit crunch, Economyths reveals ten ways in which economics has failed us all.Forecasters predicted a prosperous year in 2008 for financial markets - in one influential survey the average prediction was for an eleven percent gain. But by the end of the year, the Standard and Poors 500 index - a key economic barometer - was down 38 percent, and major economies were plunging into recession. Even the Queen asked - Why did no one see it coming?An even bigger casualty was the credibility of economics, which for decades has claimed that the economy is a rational, stable, efficient machine, governed by well-understood laws.Mathematician David Orrell traces the history of this idea from its roots in ancient Greece to the financial centres of London and New York, shows how it is mistaken, and proposes new alternatives. Economyths explains how the economy is the result of complex and unpredictable processes; how risk models go astray; why the economy is not rational or fair; why no woman has ever won the Nobel Prize for economics; why financial crashes are less Black Swans than part of the landscape; and finally, how new ideas in mathematics, psychology, and environmentalism are helping to reinvent economics., [PU: Wiley]

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