The Schumpeterian Gap and Muslim Economic Thought

@article{Ali1999TheSG,
  title={The Schumpeterian Gap and Muslim Economic Thought},
  author={Ameer Ali and Herb Thompson},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics},
  year={1999},
  volume={10},
  pages={31 - 49}
}
Contemporary analytical economists normally date their origins from the late eighteenth century. We argue herein that a pseudo-scientificity (which omits normative information), combined with an overriding ethnocentrism, tends to lead the disciplinary agents of economics to ignore much economic thought outside the American-British-Continental axis. The argument is developed beginning with Joseph A. Schumpeter’s classic, The History of Economic Analysis, which set what appears to have remained a… Expand

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