The Economist has been one my primary sources for global political and business news for nearly two decades. The latest issue contains a new column named after economist Joseph Schumpeter. Schumpeter’s concept of “creative destruction” has greatly influenced economists and has highlighted important factors that investors must consider when allocating capital. For example, how should the concept of creative destruction influence capital allocation within the newspaper industry?
The audio presentation below provides more details regarding Joseph Schumpeter and the new column.
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