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Entrepreneurial activity and the development of Swedish industry, 1919-1939.
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American Economic Association. DahmGen. Get this from a library. Entrepreneurial activity and the development of Swedish industry, [Erik Dahmén; Axel Leijonhufvud; American Economic Association.] -- On spine: The development of Swedish industry, Originally presented as the author's thesis, Lund, Translation of Svensk industriell företagarverksamhet, v.
Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry This study is Part One of my doctoral dissertation. It was first published in Swedish in only a couple of months after the death of Joseph A.
Schumpeter, who was my main source of inspiration in undertaking the study. 2 Erik Dahmen, Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry, Translated into English by Axel Leijonhufvud, published for the American Economic Association by Richard D.
Irwin, Inc., See preface by the author dated November 8 Theodore W. Schultz, "The Politics and Economics of Research", Museum of Science. Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry – American Economic Association Translation Series.
Homewood: Richard D. Irwin. Cited by: Dahmen, Erik, Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry, –, trans. by Leijonhvud, Axel (Homewood, Ill.: Richard D. Irwin, ). This is a particularly interesting economic history for the purposes of the 1919-1939.
book taken here, because it is one of the few that disaggregates by industrial by: Dahmen, E. (), Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry –, trans. Leijonhufvud (Homewood: Richard D. Irwin inc.
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I, pp. xvii, Vol. II, pp. In some of the recent writings devoted to the late Professor Schumpeter one finds a few wondering. Dahmén, E, Entrepreneurial Activity and the Development of Swedish Industry, – first published in (Richard D Irwin, Homewood, IL) Google Scholar Dentsu, Soken, Joho Media Hakusho [White paper on information and media society ] (Dentsu, Tokyo)Cited by: The Great Depression: Delayed Recovery and Economic Change in America, (Studies in Economic History and Policy: USA in the Twentieth Century) | Michael A.
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