Entrepreneurship from Schumpeter to Manne
The conference discussed key texts that span the Schumpeterian, Chicagoan, and Austrian insights on entrepreneurship, with special focus on the contributions of Henry Manne.
From Liberty Fund
Competition and Entrepreneurship
By Israel M. Kirzner
Edited and with an Introduction by Peter J. Boettke and Frédéric Sautet
Competition and Entrepreneurship defines Israel M. Kirzner’s unique contribution to the economics profession. Pointing out the shortcomings of the traditional microeconomic model, Kirzner offers an alternative and complementary view, which illuminates and enriches the way economists think of the market process. Kirzner develops a theory of the market process that…
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