Joseph A. Schumpeter / John Medearis.
Joseph Schumpeter (1883 - 1950) was one of the foremost economic thinkers of the twentieth century. Today Schumpeter is most well-known for his idea of 'creative destruction'. This is the notion that a market economy is simultaneously creative and destructive and therein lies the process o...
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- The shaping of a young Austro-Hungarian conservative, 1883-1913
- War, fragmentation and "Tory democracy," 1914-1918
- Conservatism after the old regime: ventures political, commercial and scholarly, 1919-
- Conservatism after the old regime: new continent, new contentions, 1932-1950
- Equilibrium economics
- Innovation and creative destruction
- The capitalist order: the tax state, imperialism and social classes
- Schumpeter as a conservative thinker
- The capitalist order's "crumbling walls"
- Schumpeter, Hayek and Polanyi on the prospects of capitalism and socialism
- How historical lags shaped Schumpeter's influence
- Elite democracy
- Innovative capitalism
- Tax states
- Atavistic empires
- Functional classes
- Economic sociology
- Democratic theory appropriations
- Conservative appropriations.