On the Subject of the Evolution of the Theory of Economic EvolutionBy Francis Munier
The Schumpeterian paradox is an interpretation of the neo-Schumpeterians, who consider that the particularity in the thought of J.-A. Schumpeter is a contradiction in the question of the relation between the size of companies and their innovative capacities. We reject this interpretation by showing a true theoretical unit. There is only a “slip” from the methodological point of view, but there, too, nuances must be brought.
JEL Codes: B10