That iconoclast Phil Mirowski has published a paper in The Hedgehog Review, "The Great Mortification: Economists' Responses to the Crisis of 2007 - (and counting),"
http://www.iasc-culture.org/publications_article_2010_Summer_mirowski.php, in which he pretty much lambastes almost the entire economics profession, including most heterodox schools of economics as well, for their miserable failures in dealing with or explaining what has been going on in the world economy in the last few years. Few are spared, including even some who have been viewed as having "called it," such as "Black Swan" Nassim Taleb and "Dr. Doom" Nouriel Roubini. About the only economist quoted favorably without a cutting caveat is James K. Galbraith. Otherwise, he sneers at all the running back to Keynes, even if in his final line he wonders "where is our Keynes?" although he is thinking in terms of Keynes as a philosopher of economics rather than as a policy maker or suggester.