A Stock-Flow Analysis of a Schumpeterian Innovation Economy
Credit money plays a crucial role in Schumpeterian theoretical analysis of economic development. Nevertheless, it is not simple to propose an analytical framework which is able to clarify the meaning of credit creation considered as the monetary complement of innovation. This contribution aims to describe Schumpeterian economic development in a “monetary theory of production” framework. According to the Schumpeterian perspective, we propose to emphasize within the monetary circuit both the monetary nature and the qualitative change of the capitalist system (i.e. the innovative process). We will describe the different phases of Schumpeterian economic development by employing a set of accounting matrixes, which allows us to respect the condition of stock-flow consistency.
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