innovating entrepreneur," whom we dismissed so summarily and rather contemptuously at the beginning, is found, after all, to have an honourable place, or even a key role, in the drama — even though we prefer to endow him with a rather more variegated... A History of Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936 - Page 63by J. E. King - 2002 - 316 pagesLimited preview
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W. W. Rostow - Business & Economics - 1992
...attitudes of entrepreneurs — more precisely, of the volatility of entrepreneurial expectations. . . .Schumpeter's hero, the "innovating entrepreneur,"...and not just of the "new" techniques of production. noneconomic forces is evidently oversimple, the appearance of such considerations in the model-building...