Capitalism has to be an unplanned economy by its nature. Because the plan does not work in the market. If you try to plan the market, you will reduce production. When production falls, consumption decreases and this vicious circle continues until the economic collapse. This is an artificial economic crisis; a crisis arising from intervention in the market. The market economy, which is based on an unplanned economy, is prone to crises due to its natural structure. This is because there is no surplus of production in capitalist economies in general.