‘Remaking the Real Economy: Escaping Destruction by Organised Money,’ (2020), Bristol: Policy Press.


Debunking the myths around the current economic belief systems, this new book reveals how mainstream perspectives work for the benefit of the organised money establishment, while causing all manner of destructions, inequalities and frauds which conspire against real economic progression and the common good. 

Gordon Pearson has written a significant and challenging book on the problems of modern economic belief systems. Subtle theoretical reflection is combined with meticulous research, to yield a ground-breaking analysis.  Highly recommended.

”  John Hassard, University of Manchester

Pearson’s book is a ‘tour de force’ written from a position of historical knowledge, management experience and robust academic research.  It is a paradigm changer and a mesmerising read.”  Mihaela Kelemen, University of Nottingham.

At last, a business and economics book for critical thinkers. Gordon Pearson provides a stunning critique of microeconomic theory and practices that so damage our society.”  John Carlisle, former Professor at Rhodes University, South Africa, and Sheffield Hallam University

Written from a distinctive perspective that combines practitioner and academic expertise, this book presents a structured and simple business strategy for a truly sustainable future. Focused on the realities of organisational systems, a practical alternative to economic pseudo-science is provided.  Escaping Destruction by Organised Money, like Remaking the Real Economy, is vitally important to those with real economy aims and responsibilities. There really is an alternative.

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