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Classical unemployment may occur if the fixed price is below the Walrasian equilibrium level. 3 I - On Keynes's General Theory Keynes's General Theory Introduction Among the ranks of economists, there exists a propensity to label any theoretical results which, for some reason or another, throw up a market failure of some sort which can be improved upon by policy as "Keynesian". «�س����v��������1�*.&���9C�Ɍ+�9��֏�S�9$�:��M��v�)�J_l���2q$�~�_aG���)��+L^W)���(=D?F�V�Z�ִ���u�����B�RM�ĭ�5��t����{�Jj�/1U�m+R�*����� stream … Members of this school deny the existence of significant involuntary unemployment and of any important fail- ures of the classical dichotomy (see, for example, Plosser, 1989). 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