Tyler Cowen calls me a semi-pseudo Hayekian:
Assorted links: 5. Brad DeLong, slouching toward recalculation...
But that's not it at all!
The point of Anatomy of Slow Recovery is to build on Dan Kuehn's use of Steven Horwitz's jigsaw-puzzle metaphor to argue that Hayek and Schumpeter were completely wrong: monetarist and Keynesian policies to stabilize aggregate demand do not (as they claimed) interfere with structural adjustment; rather they are essential if structural adjustment is to proceed.