The Comparison and Using for Reference about the Entrepreneurial Theories of Marshall and Schumpeter
ZHANG Li-fu (Department of Economics, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071, China )
A. Marshall considered that the process of a firm organization overcoming risks and uncertainty to obtain profit under the leading of Entrepreneur was the process of arriving to the market equilibrium states. J. A. Schumpeter considered that the entrepreneurial "innovation"broke down the market equilibrium. Credit was the main means to carry out "new combination", whose value of contribution was of profit to the entrepreneur. The views of Marshall and Schumpeter carry deep meaning: attaching importance to the multi-levels of firm innovation; sculpturing a lively entrepreneur figure.
【CateGory Index】： F272