What's Wrong with Economics?: A Primer for the Perplexed
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"This is a cogent and highly readable exposure of economics as a discourse, often free from the constraints of history and politics, and therefore free to inhabit an imaginary world underpinned by the seductive verities of logic and mathematics. It also helps to explain why 2008 took the whole world by surprise."--Gareth Stedman Jones, author of An End to Poverty?
"Skidelsky gives a wonderfully readable, compelling and compassionate account of where economics goes wrong. This is an urgent message for all sides to hear."--Nancy Cartwright, Professor of Philosophy, Durham University