Patterns of intention: Oberkampf and Knoll as Schumpeterian entrepreneurs

  title={Patterns of intention: Oberkampf and Knoll as Schumpeterian entrepreneurs},
  author={Elen Riot},
  journal={Entrepreneurship \& Regional Development},
  pages={623 - 651}
  • Elen Riot
  • Published 8 April 2019
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship & Regional Development
ABSTRACT Presented here is an analysis of Schumpeter’s interest in political economy, as it relates to his use of history to investigate economic change and capitalism. This aspect of Schumpeter’s work – referring to style and involving a range of moral and aesthetic considerations – is largely neglected in entrepreneurship studies despite his influence on the discipline. This paper argues these considerations are essential to understand Schumpeter’s entrepreneur and the role of creative… 

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