The Man Who Discovered Capitalism
The Life and Ideas of Influential Economist Joseph Schumpeter

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For anyone who wonders where the digital revolution originated, The Man Who Discovered Capitalism is a must see. Joseph Schumpeter may not be well-known, but he was influential, colorful, and a man way ahead of his time. For those who are trying to understand where the world is going ...Read more

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