Book reviews: Errornomics – Why mainstream economics will always be a dangerously ideological pseudo-science & what can be done about it with some suggestions for a better, more scientific model

Isadora Lazar

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David Wells asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of Errornomics and this pamphlet based on it.

Errornomics is a pre-book (by an analogy with academic pre-papers) of 214 pp. It is described on the cover as an author’s sketch because it is a record of work-in-progress. The most important arguments are laid out in detail; the less important are just sketched. It is based on the books, Power and Economics: the Failure of Ideology, [Wells 2001]; The End of Civilisation: Science, Ideology and Irrationality, [Wells 2003], both published by Rain Press, but develops their concepts much further and in new directions.


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DAVID WELLS, Errornomics – why mainstream economics will always be a dangerously ideological pseudo-science & what can be done about it with some suggestions for a better, more scientific model

Copies of Errornomics may be ordered from the following address: 27 Cedar Lodge, Exeter Road, London NW2 3UL, United Kingdom

© David Wells, February 2011




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