Schumpeter and Quantitative Research in Economics
The difficulty of giving a correct appraisal of so many-sided a talent as Schumpeter was is evident. The following impressions relate to only one aspect of the writings of this complicated and almost mysterious mind; they try to find out what his attitude was toward the type of economist we may call "model builders" in the econometric sense.
|Keywords||Schumpeter, econometrics, model building, quantitative economic research|
Tinbergen, J.. (1951). Schumpeter and Quantitative Research in Economics. The Review of Economics and Statistics. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/9747