Entrepreneurship, novel combinations, capital regrouping, and the structure-agency relationship: an introduction to the special issue on innovation and Austrian economics
Paul Lewis ()
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Paul Lewis: King’s College London
The Review of Austrian Economics, 2021, vol. 34, issue 1, No 1, 12 pages
Abstract This introduction outlines some key aspects of an Austrian perspective on innovation, which is viewed as an ongoing, dynamic process in which entrepreneurs combine heterogeneous capital resources in new ways order to develop and deploy new technologies, products, and methods of business organisation. It goes on to introduce the contributions to this special issue on Austrian economics and innovation.
Keywords: Innovation; Entrepreneurship; Capital; Combinations; Lachmann; Systems theory (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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