Schumpeter and the Dynamics of Asian Development

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Toshihiko Hozumi, Karl Wohlmuth
Lit, 2000 - Social Science - 377 pages
Austrian-American economist and social theorist Joseph Alois Schumpter emphasized the importance of the entrepreneurial role in stimulating investment and innovation. This book captures his complex and wide-ranging economic theory and the relevance of Schumpeterian and neo-Schumpeterian theories for global competition and Asian economic development.

Trade and finance, market structure, monitary systems, technology, production, the automobile industry, export dynamics in Taiwan and Mainland China, and East Asian development are all discussed in detail, along with implications for the future.

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Hozumi is professor at the Aichi University of Toyohashi, Japan.

Karl Wohlmuth is professor at the University of Bremen (Germany). The other editors are also at the University of Bremen.