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- Explain the difference between the exogenous force and the endogenous force that Chandler considered in his studies.
- On which theories of which researchers did the two American economists Richard Nelson and Sidney Winter build their concept of routines upon?
- What did the transaction cost theory explain?
- Explain the concept of dynamism.
- Why is the neoclassical perspective so particularly relevant to the business history of the First Industrial Revolution?
- Why is the term entrepreneurship so difficult to define clearly, and what does Mark Casson have to do with this?
- Who is Joseph Schumpeter and what was he known for?
- Who were Max Weber, Werner Sombart and Friedrich Nietzsche, and what did they all have in common?
- Why is an entrepreneur sometimes looked upon as a kind of translator?
- If you had a spectrum with classical on one side and neoclassical on the other side, where would you put Schumpeter and where would you put Adam Smith?
- Why did Edward Denison reject entrepreneurship?
- What stands out in the Traité d’economie politique that was written by Jean-Battiste say?
- What creates the entrepreneurial paradox?
- How was Chandler different from other theorists in his studies on organisations?
- Why and in what ways was preindustrial Europe not a homogenous entity?
- What was the main downside of the preindustrial European economy depending almost exclusively ... Interested? Read the instructions below in order to read the full content of this page.
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