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Classical economic theory

Classical economic theory Definition

Relies closely on the self-correcting power of automatic market adjustment to improve macroeconomic instability and exorbitant unemployment. Economists using this reasoning would rely primarily on market forces to cure an ailing economy, with government intervention to be used as a last resort. This economic theory dates back to Adam Smith, during the 1700s.


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