“THINGS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MOVE BY THEIR OWN MOMENTUM”: First edition of Joseph Schumpeter's Economic Doctrine And Method

  • Economic Doctrine And Method.

Economic Doctrine And Method.


Item Number: 5500

New York: Oxford University Press, 1954.

First edition. Octavo, original cloth. An excellent copy in a bright near fine price-clipped dust jacket.

Economic Doctrine and Method deals with the progress of economics as a science and particularly with the historical sequence in which economic theories have developed. Successive doctrines are viewed as progressive expansions, clarifications and refinements of one another in an evolution toward a "pure" science of economics. Schumpeter is best known for his work on Business Cycles and the concept of "creative destruction."

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