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J. Stanley Metcalfe

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J. Stanley Metcalfe and Ronnie Ramlogan

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J. Stanley Metcalfe and Ronnie Ramlogan

This research review charts the development of scholarly research into the theory of creative destruction, first posited by Joseph Schumpeter in the first half of the twentieth century. The editors identify seminal works discussing creative destruction and its effects at both a macro- and micro- economic level. Beginning with key writings of Schumpeter, the papers cover research into enterprise and innovation, the evolutionary market process, the empirics of creative destruction, finance and the consequences of creative destruction for growth, development and economic welfare.
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J. Stanley Metcalfe and Ronnie Ramlogan

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Jill J. McCluskey and Jason Winfree

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Wendy Collins Perdue

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Wendy Collins Perdue

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Jill J. McCluskey and Jason Winfree

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Wendy Collins Perdue

This research review examines leading English language journal articles in the area of private international law. It focuses on a range of procedural issues that have particular salience for international litigation including the location of process and discovery, class actions and the aggregation of class, and the professional responsibility challenges of lawyers practicing in multiple jurisdictions. It provides valuable context and insight for the issues addressed. This research review is an essential tool for university and academic institution libraries and International law scholars.
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Jill J. McCluskey and Jason Winfree

This research review discusses key articles on the economics of reputation, starting from the origins of the ideas of asymmetric quality information and reputation, and going through to current articles, including the economics of collective reputation with implications for international trade. This is an ideal research resource for a graduate course in industrial organization or for the economist with interest in reputation issues.