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Marvelous...Consistently thoughtful and, in its way, fearless. In The Power of Creative Destruction, readers will find much that transcends the facile arguments and moral posturing that too often characterizes today's economic debates.--Milton Ezrati "City Journal" (8/19/2021 12:00:00 AM)

An impressive study...It convinces, to my mind, on what the path to a better world, with less inequality, injustice, environmental catastrophe might look like.--Bridget Rosewell "Society of Professional Economists" (7/15/2021 12:00:00 AM)

[An] important book...[It] is lucid, empirically grounded, wide-ranging, and well-argued...Schumpeter himself feared capitalism would perish. So far, he seems to have been wrong. Another possibility is that democracy will die, as plutocracy allies with demagoguery. Either way, the civilizations of the contemporary high-income democracies would perish. By promoting a better understanding, this book could, with wisdom and luck, help us avoid that fate.--Martin Wolf "Financial Times" (6/10/2021 12:00:00 AM)

[A] rigorous education in the economics of innovation...Extend[s] economic analysis to illuminate a wide range of contemporary political and cultural issues.--William H. Janeway "Project Syndicate" (5/28/2021 12:00:00 AM)

Successfully navigating the supply chain disruptions created by COVID-19 requires strong political leaders to implement smart policies, but not leaders so strong that they can suppress organizational innovations that will disfavor them or their allies. The authors explain these dynamics and more in an eminently accessible fashion.--Barry Eichengreen "Foreign Affairs" (5/1/2021 12:00:00 AM)

An important book for the times...The authors succinctly connect politics to economics and argue that 'Innovation Needs Democracy.'...To paraphrase a quote referring to Keynes, another famous economist, this book may convince readers that we should all be Schumpeterians now.--Craig R. Roach "New York Journal of Books" (4/20/2021 12:00:00 AM)

Sweeping, authoritative and--for the times--strikingly upbeat...The overall argument is compelling and, with creative destruction falling out of political favor, it carries a trace of Schumpeterian subversion.-- "The Economist" (4/24/2021 12:00:00 AM)

Philippe Aghion has been the leader of modern growth theory for the last three decades. He has shown that innovation and disruption, Schumpeter's creative destruction, are at the heart of the productivity and power of a capitalist economy. In this book that story is clearly and compellingly told, but now he and his colleagues go still deeper into the kind of society we want to build, whilst keeping the power of creative destruction. We really can create a prosperous future which brings a supportive community and social cohesion, and a much better environment, climate, and biodiversity. This fine and crucially important book is ultimately optimistic about what we can do, but challenges us as to whether we will.--Nicholas Stern, London School of Economics

Anyone curious about where modern capitalism is going and whether economic growth can be sustained should read this book. In accessible prose, based on cutting-edge economic analysis, the authors dissect the dynamics of the modern economies. They show brilliantly how capitalism in the twenty-first century is indeed as creative as it is destructive, and how innovation will affect modern economies and hence the life of every human on the planet, for better and for worse. Deeply researched and intelligently written, this is a genuine tour de force.--Joel Mokyr, Northwestern University

The term 'creative destruction' expresses a contradiction at the core of capitalism; creation brings innovation, growth, and prosperity while the destruction that it demands engenders resistance and stagnation. Philippe Aghion, Céline Antonin, and Simon Bunel are the leaders in exploring and understanding this story of action and reaction. Their insights are essential if policy is to restore growth in today's faltering capitalism.--Angus Deaton, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences

Accelerating technological change, global warming, pandemics, individual and national stagnation, over-indebtedness: this century decidedly provokes anxiety. Armed with legitimate concerns, anti-globalization protestors and neo-Luddites look inwards and denigrate innovation. The Power of Creative Destruction offers another vision, more persuasive and based on the innovation that creates wealth and jobs. Philippe Aghion, Céline Antonin, and Simon Bunel dismantle contemporary myths about such economic phenomena as secular stagnation and the impact of automation on employment. They show the need for competition and the fight against rents. They advocate a regulated capitalism that will allow us to keep society prosperous and the planet green. They explain, in short, how to manage the creative destruction that over the past two centuries has brought to our society a previously unimaginable prosperity. Provocative and rigorous, this book is an important milestone in our reflections on the future of our societies. A must-read.--Jean Tirole, Nobel Laureate, Toulouse School of Economics

Philippe Aghion is one of the founders of the new growth theory focused on the origins and implications of technological progress. This book, based on thirty years of research, shows the richness and usefulness of this approach. It is a fundamental document for thinking about the nature of growth, industrial policy, and the organization of the labor market.--Olivier Blanchard, Peterson Institute for International Economics and former Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund

Om författaren

Philippe Aghion is Professor at the Collège de France, INSEAD, and the London School of Economics and was previously Professor of Economics at Harvard. He is coauthor, with Peter Howitt, of Endogenous Growth Theory and The Economics of Growth.

Céline Antonin is Senior Researcher at OFCE, the French Economic Observatory at Sciences Po in Paris, and Research Associate in the Innovation Lab at the Collège de France.

Simon Bunel is Senior Economist at INSEE, the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, and at the Bank of France. He is also Research Associate in the Innovation Lab at the Collège de France.

Produktinformation

  • Utgivare ‏ : ‎ Harvard University Press (20 April 2021)
  • Språk ‏ : ‎ Engelska
  • Inbunden ‏ : ‎ 400 sidor
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0674971167
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0674971165
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