A Keynesian or a Hayekian moment?

Arnold Kling:

insiders [policy makers and major financial executives] see this as a Keynesian moment, in which market breakdowns demonstrate a need for greater government involvement. I see this as a Hayekian moment, in which the dispersal and specialization of information has gotten so great that central technocratic control has become impossible.

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