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  2. Joseph Schumpeter | American economist | Britannica

    Joseph Schumpeter, also called Joseph A. Schumpeter, in full Joseph Alois Schumpeter, (born February 8, 1883, Triesch, Moravia [now Třešť, Czech Republic]—died January 8, 1950, Taconic, Connecticut, U.S.), Moravian-born American economist and sociologist known for his theories of capitalist development and business cycles. Schumpeter was educated in Vienna and taught at the universities ...

  3. Who Was Joseph Schumpeter, and What Was He Known For?

    Joseph Schumpeter: Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883 - 1950) was an economist and one of the 20th century's greatest intellectuals. He is best known for his 1942 book “Capitalism, Socialism, and ...

  4. Joseph Schumpeter - Overview, Early Life, enowned Theories

    Joseph Schumpeter was born in Triesch, Czech Republic. His parents were German speakers, while both of his grandmothers are of Czech origins. Schumpeter moved to Vienna in 1893, where he went to school at the Theresianum. He enjoyed access to a great education and gained exposure to languages and subjects such as History, Mathematics, and Science.

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  5. Schumpeter, Joseph A. |

    Schumpeter, Joseph A. Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883–1950) was born in Triesch, Moravia, into a middle-class family. His education at the Theresianum in Vienna was, however, aristocratic, as was the influence of his stepfather, a high-ranking officer in the Austro–Hungarian army.

  6. Economist Joseph Schumpeter - Biography, Theories and Books

    Joseph Schumpeter. Joseph Alois Schumpeter, a renowned Austrian-American Economist and Political Scientist, was born on February 8, 1883, in Triesch, Moravia. His father owned a textile factory and he was an only child. His father passed away when he was young, and his mother remarried to a high-ranking officer in the Austro-Hungarian army.

  7. The Currency vs. Banking School Controversy

    The Currency vs. Banking School Controversy Liquidity scrambles, monetary substitutability and elasticity

  8. Capitalism tore our civilizations apart: a cure — THES┃The ...

    Recently the Polish sociologist Krzystof Wielicki has made a case for regarding the democracies of the world as in a civilizational crisis. Somewhat less recently, Susan Strange of the London School of Economics proposed the idea that in our times a global business civilization shapes both democ

  9. Ayn Rand - Wikipedia

    Signature. Alice O'Connor (born Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum; [c] February 2 [ O.S. January 20], 1905 – March 6, 1982), better known by her pen name Ayn Rand ( / aɪn / ), was a Russian-born American writer and philosopher. [3] She is known for her fiction and for developing a philosophical system she named Objectivism.

  10. View: India must not stifle its digital market with regulations

    The idea of contested monopolies being good for innovation was first proposed by Joseph Schumpeter in 1942. Perhaps, it is in disuse owing to the difficulties in measuring or assessing the extent of contestability in a market. Nonetheless, it is feasible.

  11. 긴 파도: 혁신 주기의 역사긴-파도-혁신...

    창조적 파괴는 기업가 정신과 경제 발전에 핵심적인 역할을 합니다. 1942년 경제학자 요셉 쉼페터(Joseph Schumpeter)가 제시한 "창조적 파괴" 이론은 비즈니스 사이클이 혁신의 긴 파동 아래에서 작동한다고 말합니다. 구체적으로 시장이 붕괴되면서 일부 산업 클러스터가 경제에 큰 영향을 미칩니다. 예를 ...

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