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THE FRAMEWORK 1 Introduction
Research on Entrepreneurship 53
The Classical Period
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Accordingly Adam Smith analysed authors analysis approach argues aspects behaviour Bernard Mandeville Blaug Cantillon capital provision capitalist classical economics classical economists classical period classical research programme contrast contribution core David Ricardo deal decision-making decisions definition developed discussion distinguish economic agent economic research economic theory emphasis engagement enterprise entrepreneurial function example fact factors of production figure former formulated frugal functional view further Furthermore Hebert and Link ideas important individual industrial revolution innovation interest Jean-Baptiste Say Kirzner Knightian uncertainty labour latter Leibenstein Malthus Mandeville Mangoldt Marx Mill Mill's motivation necessary nonetheless object offer one's optimal particular philosophical Physiocrats political economy predecessors private vices production process profit projector promote public benefit prudence pursuit of business Redlich research on entrepreneurship respect Ricardo Richard Cantillon risk risk-bearing Ruskin Say's Schumpeter Schumpeter's Smith Smith's view social society surplus value term theory of entrepreneurship topic treatment uncertainty wealth X-efficiency