Joseph Alois Schumpeter


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Noun1.Joseph Alois Schumpeter - United States economist (born in Czechoslovakia) (1883-1950)
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There are two types of entrepreneurship and these are the replicative type and the Schumpeterian typed named after Joseph Alois Schumpeter, an Austrian born American economist, who taught at Harvard University from 1932 until his death at 66 years old in 1950.
On the demand side, in order for innovations to occur, there has to be potential profit in a Schumpeterian sense -- referring to 20th-century Austrian-American economist Joseph Alois Schumpeter. Firms should know that if they create innovations they will have higher profits and if they do not, they will go bankrupt.
Joseph Alois Schumpeter. Entrepreneurship, style and vision.
'Joseph Alois Schumpeter: 1883-1950', Quarterly Journal of Economics 64 (3): i-372.
"Paolo Sylos Labini: Il Mio Professore Joseph Alois Schumpeter." Politica ed Economia 5: 51-54.
Looking on technological innovation beyond the scientific discovery, as a process of creative destruction Joseph Alois Schumpeter introduces logical sequence "invention--innovation --technology dissemination", which becomes widely accepted among economists.
The theory of historical "Great-Gap" is popularised by Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883--1950) in his magnum opus History of Economic Analysis.