This book is a comprehensive investigation of the work of Joseph
Alois Schumpeter (1883-1950), one of the great economists of the
twentieth century. In this study, Yuichi Shionoya highlights
Schumpeter's methodological views and emphasizes his ideal of a
universal social science. Taking on board all aspects of his work,
he reconstructs a system which encompasses theory (economic
statics, economic dynamics, economic sociology) and metatheory
(philosophy of science, history and sociology of science). The
originality of Schumpeter's work - which the author calls the
two-structure approach to the evolution of mind and society - is
examined in the light of the intellectual field in Germany and
Austria in the early twentieth century. This book is a major
contribution to the history of economic thought.
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