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Opening Doors: America v. 2: Life and Work of Joseph Schumpeter (Hardback)
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Opening Doors: America v. 2: Life and Work of Joseph Schumpeter (Hardback)

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Hardback 340 Pages / Published: 30/01/1991
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9780887383809
Number of pages: 340
Weight: 680 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm


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"Outstanding Title! In this superb biography, Allen (emeritus, Washington University, St. Louis) draws on Schumpeter's papers and recollections of his students to bring out both the scholar and the private person. The result is a fascinating study, with an extremely useful supporting apparatus that includes a guide to Schumpeter's papers and the literature on Schumpeter. An essential addition to undergraduate and graduate collections."

--D. E. Moggridge, Choice


"Outstanding Title! In this superb biography, Allen (emeritus, Washington University, St. Louis) draws on Schumpeter's papers and recollections of his students to bring out both the scholar and the private person. The result is a fascinating study, with an extremely useful supporting apparatus that includes a guide to Schumpeter's papers and the literature on Schumpeter. An essential addition to undergraduate and graduate collections."

--D. E. Moggridge, Choice


-Outstanding Title! In this superb biography, Allen (emeritus, Washington University, St. Louis) draws on Schumpeter's papers and recollections of his students to bring out both the scholar and the private person. The result is a fascinating study, with an extremely useful supporting apparatus that includes a guide to Schumpeter's papers and the literature on Schumpeter. An essential addition to undergraduate and graduate collections.-

--D. E. Moggridge, Choice

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