Table of contents for Joseph A. Schumpeter / John Medearis.

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Series Introduction Series Editor's Preface Author's Preface Chapter 1. Life The Shaping of a Young Austro-Hungarian Conservative, 1883-1913 War, Fragmentation and "Tory Democracy," 1914-1918 Conservatism after the Old Regime: Ventures Political, Commercial and Scholarly, 1919- 1932 Conservatism after the Old Regime: New Continent, New Contentions, 1932-1950 Chapter 2. Critical Exposition Equilibrium Economics Innovation and Creative Destruction The Capitalist Order: The Tax State, Imperialism and Social Classes The Tax state Imperialism Classes Schumpeter as a Conservative Thinker The Capitalist Order's "Crumbling Walls" Democracy Chapter 3. Influence Schumpeter, Hayek and Polanyi on the Prospects of Capitalism and Socialism How Historical Lags Shaped Schumpeter's Influence Elite Democracy Innovative Capitalism Tax States Atavistic Empires Functional Classes Economic Sociology Chapter 4. Relevance Democratic Theory Appropriations Conservative Appropriations Bibliography Index

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Schumpeter, Joseph Alois, -- 1883-1950.
Economists -- United States.
Evolutionary economics -- History.