Collective Noun For Economists: A Guess

I’m not in my perfect mind right now. It would be wrong to blame economists completely for this, despite the satisfaction derived from railing at that cartel of lying charlatans. I would love something bad to happen to economists – especially “economic commentators”, especially the “chief economists” from banks and other institutions who pontificate about a range of financial and political matters as if what they say is somehow imbued with a mystical rightness – and if this bad thing involved these individuals needing to get other jobs, poorly paying jobs where they couldn’t afford to keep themselves in coloured shirts with white collars, and if their job security was vulnerable to the whims of some other group, a group which most former economists would have no connection with and no respect for, like … um, like … oh, bugger it, like astrologers. That would make me happy.

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