I presented two papers to the 1997 conference of the excellent Radical Statistics journal. This, the second paper, was a whimsical critique of mainstream economics, in the form of a ‘society’ dedicated to protecting the public against Economics. This marks the beginning of my participation in what was to become the Association for Heterodox Economics, founded in 1999 after a highly successful ‘fringe’ conference on the occasion of the 1998 conference of the Royal Economic Society.

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