By F. A. Hayek
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R. Walker): The sixty-four dollar question with respect to the relations between unemployment and full employment policy is what to do if a policy to guarantee full employment leads to chronic upward pressure on money wages through the operation of collective bargaining. The authors take a good look at the question—and run away. Effective demand to provide employment was the ‘key concept’ in recommendations which Professor Viner rated as ‘much more Keynesian than was the final Keynes himself . ’5 4 The Congress declared it was .
He regarded prices rather as empirical reflectors of specific circumstances and price changes as an interrelated series of changes in these ‘signals’, which produced a gradual adaptation in the entire price structure (and hence in the outputs of different commodities and services) to the constant, unpredictable changes in the real world. Pricing, in short, is seen as a continuous information-collecting and disseminating process, but it is the institutional framework that determines both the extent to which, and the degree of success with which, prices are enabled to perform this potential signalling or allocative function.
The symposium on employment policy, American Economic Review (May 1946), is also relevant. 4 A few dissenting voices warned of trouble ahead. M. Clark, A. Smithies, N. Kaldor, P. R. Walker): The sixty-four dollar question with respect to the relations between unemployment and full employment policy is what to do if a policy to guarantee full employment leads to chronic upward pressure on money wages through the operation of collective bargaining. The authors take a good look at the question—and run away.