Joseph A. Schumpeter: A Theory of Social and Economic Evolution

Palgrave Macmillan, 30.08.2011 - 272 Seiten
This book examines Schumpeter's dramatic theory of social and economic evolution as the pivot of his life and work. His theory emerged through a new combination of neoclassical economics, the historical school, and elite theory. It permeated not only his account for economic growth and development but also his studies of the routinised economy, business cycles, capitalism, the democratic system, and the evolution of economics. The book's comprehensive account resolves apparent paradoxes and clarifies Schumpeter's challenges to economists and other social scientists.

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Über den Autor (2011)

ESBEN SLOTH ANDERSEN is Professor of Evolutionary Economics at Aalborg University, Denmark. He has previously held the position of President of the International Schumpeter Society and he received the Gunnar Myrdal Prize in 2010. Recent publications include Evolutionary Economics: Post-Schumpeterian Contributions (1994) and Schumpeter's Evolutionary Economics (2009).

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