Preface to a Symposium on Roger Koppl’s Expert Failure
William N. Butos

An Introduction to Expert Failure: Lessons in Socioeconomic Epistemics from a Deeply Embedded Method of Analysis
Giampaolo Garzarelli & Lorenzo Infantino

Expert Failure and The Intellectual Crisis of American Public Administration: How The “Fatal Conceit” Continues to Threaten Liberal Democracy
Peter J. Boettke

Epistemics, Experts, and Adaptive Systems
William N. Butos

Approaching the Singularity Behind the Veil of Incomputability: On Algorithmic Governance, the Economist-as-Expert, and the Piecemeal Circumnavigation of the Administrative State
Abigail Devereaux

Expertise, the Administrative State, and Corporate Governance: a Comment on Koppl
Richard N. Langlois

Ignorance and the Incentive Structure confronting Policymakers
Scott Scheall

Massive Error
Stephen Turner

Arrogance and Humility in the Governance of Human Interaction: A Reflection on Roger Koppl’s Expert Failure
Richard E. Wagner

A Peircean Perspective on Koppl’s Expert Failure
James R. Wible

Response Paper
Roger Koppl