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United States economist (born in Czechoslovakia) (1883-1950)

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What Schumpeter means is that these exaggerations cause undesirable developments in the macroeconomic production structure.
Much of the philosophical thought and framework of this other type of entrepreneurial behavior is mostly the work of Schumpeter, who was born in the now Czech Republic.
Schumpeter famously claimed that to discuss capitalism without mentioning the process of creative destruction would be like discussing the play Hamlet, without mentioning the Danish prince.
En defensa de la economia como una disciplina que abarcase mucho mas de lo que hoy se considera tal, Weber le espeta: "Puede entenderse con Schumpeter mucho mejor de lo que usted mismo cree" (09-03-1920: 948).
Tal fenomeno seria, posteriormente, analisado por Schumpeter (1971), ao caracterizar o empreendedor como um inovador, que promove a mudanca e desencadeia o processo de desenvolvimento economico.
Tal como lo ilustra Wu, es asombrosa la vigencia de Schumpeter a la hora de analizar el desarrollo de las tecnologias de comunicacion e informacion de las ultimas doce decadas, incluyendo los fenomenos mas actuales.
Reading the diverse works of Schumpeter (1883-1950) shows that his thinking matches very well with ideas aimed at coherent universal social sciences.
Following an introductory chapter by the editors, in the seven chapters that follow we have Perry Mehrling on Walter Bagehot, Robert Prasch on Thorstein Veblen, Bradley Bateman on John Maynard Keynes, Peter Temin on lessons from the Great Depression, Richard Fanglois on Joseph Schumpeter, Bruce Caldwell on Friedrich Hayek and Thomas Sargent on lessons from US monetary and fiscal history.
In this early work, Schumpeter has created a deus ex machina to drive the process of economic development in both market and non-market economies.
But Schumpeter greatly exaggerated the long-run influence of intellectuals on public policy.
In presenting his ideas, he draws throughout upon the thoughts of famous economists such as Alfred Marshall and Joseph Schumpeter.
Even though forewarned by its title, I was still startled by the insertion of a comparison of Heidegger and Schumpeter, which seemed an extraneous development to what ought otherwise be a clean historical analysis of economic theorists like the rest.
When the Austrian-American economist Joseph Schumpeter developed his ideas about creative destruction more than 70 years ago, he wasn't celebrating capitalism so much as predicting its eventual demise -- in part through its own doing.
The early 20th century economist, Joseph Schumpeter purported that innovation results from new combinations of knowledge, equipment, markets and resources.
El interes por la Escuela de Salamanca y el pensamiento escolastico espanol se ha visto incrementado notablemente desde que se publicara (postumamente), en 1954, History of Economic Analysis, de Josef Alois Schumpeter, y Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson escribiera su The School of Salamanca en los anos 50, y ambos advirtieran de que era ineludible para realizar una historia de la economia atender al pensamiento hispanico del siglo XVI y XVII, a pesar de que este no se encontraba tanto en los historiadores como en la produccion de los teologos y canonistas, es decir, en nombres como Francisco de Vitoria, Domingo de Soto o Martin de Azpilcueta.