Schumpeter And The Political Economy Of Change

Schumpeter And The Political Economy Of Change

by David Mckee
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0275936791

ISBN-13: 2900275936791

Pub. Date: 01/30/1991

Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated

Recognizing the lack of insightful treatment that neoclassical economics has given to spatial and structural dimensions, this work applies the Schumpeterian dialectic to political economy in an attempt to explain the role played by change in profit-seeking economies. Topics covered include applying the dialectic to local and regional contexts in advanced economies,

Overview

Recognizing the lack of insightful treatment that neoclassical economics has given to spatial and structural dimensions, this work applies the Schumpeterian dialectic to political economy in an attempt to explain the role played by change in profit-seeking economies. Topics covered include applying the dialectic to local and regional contexts in advanced economies, multinational business organizations and their impact on individual economies, and the emergence of service industries. A summary section discusses public sector concerns, and assesses what government can and cannot do to influence change in the face of automatic capitalistic processes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900275936791
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/30/1991
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
168

Table of Contents

An Overview of Schumpeterian Change

The Spatial Dimension

Spatial Consideratios in Advanced Economies

The Dialectic in the International Economy

The International Economy and the Third World

The Structural Dimension

Structural Concerns in Advanced Economies

Some Observations on Structural Change

Growth Poles, Dominance and Economic Linkages

Summary and Reflections

Some Public Sector Concerns

The Political Economy of Change

Selected Bibliography

Index

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