In this book the intellectual figure of Joseph A. Schumpeter (1883-1950) is considered as an essential threshold character within the history of social sciences and the economic theorization. In particular, the contributors encourage us to go beyond Schumpeter, with Schumpeter. It is a rhetorical formula that implies not an abandonment, but an attempt and an invitation to further develop and valorize some of the multiple facets of his opus. The book contains a preface by Adelino Zanini (Università Politecnica delle Marche), and three essays written by Carmelo Buscema (Università della Calabria), Stefano Lucarelli (Università di Bergamo) and Carmelo Ferlito (Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).
Carmelo Buscema (ed.) is PhD. and Senior Assistant Professor in Political Sociology at the University of Calabria, Italy. He carried out fieldwork activities in many countries, and he published several essays on international migrations, capitalism, cooperation and development, new ICTs, geopolitics.
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Schumpeter; Capitalism; Innovation; Development
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General