Karol Marks i Józef Schumpeter o roli zmian metod wytwarzania w rozwoju gospodarczym kapitalizmu
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The article contains a comparison of Marx’s and Schumpeter’ s views on the role of technical progress in the economic development. It has been found out that both authors proceed from a canmon stand point but the conclusions they reach are basically different. Marx's theory presents an objective mechanism of the economic development approached in the spirit of historical materialism. On the other hand, Schumpeter’s theory is of a subjective character and has its origins in the idealistic concept of the German historical school.