I'm cranking away on the draft paper that I described earlier under another name. I now call it "The Prediction Exchange: Progress in Promoting the Sciences and Useful Arts." More about that anon. Right now I have a simple terminological question: What do you think of "market weakness" as a description of a systemic inefficiency not so terrible as to qualify as "failure." Google ("Now with 80% more Evil!") shows "market weakness" widely used to describe, say, a wobbly stock market. I mean something a bit different: market failure lite.
On a purely-for-fun front, try out "philosophomoric." I thought I might have coined it, but Google shows that others beat me to it (as well as variously hyphenated variations). Still, I like it. It rolls off the tongue nicely and tickles the ribs.
Ditto another word that I may really have been first to use: "illiterally." To me, it means "exhibiting the level of literacy evinced by people who use 'literally' to mean 'not literally but forcefully.'" The Devil's own search engine (Ha! Just kidding. But I bet saints have stopped using it.) shows other, subsequent uses.