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A New General Theory of Economic and Social Behaviour
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"'A fascinating and entertaining introduction to the economics of the 21st century.' New Scientist; 'Ormerod returns repeatedly to the systematic failure of economists' predictions. If you have ever wondered why they get it wrong, time after time, then you should read this book. It explains in clear, non-technical language why the traditional assumptions of economists make most of their theories hopeless.' Alasdair Palmer, Sunday Telegraph; 'An important book which everybody even remotely interested in political economy should read.' Larry Elliott, Guardian; 'As witty and wide-ranging as it is rigorous, Butterfly Economics provides excellent reasons for business and economics to start talking to each other again.' Observer"
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Paul Ormerod is the author of The Death of Economics, Butterfly Economics and Why Most Things Fail. He studied economics at Cambridge and his career has spanned the academic and practical business worlds, including working at the Economist and as a director of the Henley Centre for Forecasting. He is a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Science and has been awarded a DSchonoris causafor his contribution to economics by the University of Durham.