Frank, Mark W.
December 1998
Journal of the History of Economic Thought;Dec98, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p505
Academic Journal
Discusses economist Joseph H. Schumpeter's understanding of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial innovations. Theory of economic change; Concept of business cycles; Public policies in a capitalist and socialist environment.


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