Joseph Schumpeter

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Noun1.Joseph Schumpeter - United States economist (born in Czechoslovakia) (1883-1950)
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While the reader is treated to a rich tableau of working-class life, movingly captured through a combination of oral history and archival research, Martin is clear: we are witnessing but a brief moment in a much longer story of Schumpterian creative destruction.
They consider neoclassical growth models and their empirical application, intellectual property, the way that different goods stimulate growth, creative destruction and the economics of Schumpterian growth, simple models of growth including steady state analysis, alternative theories of endogenous growth, natural resources, and long-term economic performance.
Health, human capital and economic growth: A Schumpterian approach.