By focusing on simpler questions, economists escape getting sucked into the labyrinthine intricacies of the human brain.
We are individually shaped by our fortunes and misfortunes, by our upbringing, by the labyrinthine patterns of our hates and pleasures.
In the worst possible outcome, the labyrinthine tactics, Byzantine politics and convoluted logic will delay action.
On his travels through the dark, labyrinthine streets of Victorian London, he also meets and falls in love with prostitute Mary Kelly.
In the process, he unravelled the labyrinthine means by which a painting bought by war profiteers and sold to German army looters found its way into the cultural heart of Britain.
Instead of reform, the Government is building a labyrinthine system that is so complicated that even simple decisions cannot be made.
She reveals how the worker must negotiate a labyrinthine bureaucracy of passport controls and booking and employment agents where, at every turn, money is required.
This is a labyrinthine complex of interconnecting political institutions, traditions and culture.
Yet the appointment of it's Chief Officer is a labyrinthine affair conducted by various committees, panels, civil servants and most worryingly, politicians.
Issues facing the bazaar are manifold, just like its labyrinthine alleys.