To Schumpeter, economic development was the result of forces internal to the market and created by the opportunity to seek profit and property. This fits neatly alongside similar theories about how economic markets naturally evolve, including the “spontaneous order” of F. A. Hayek and the theory of the entrepreneur by Israel Kirzner. By its very nature, the creative destruction philosophy treats economics as an organic and dynamic process. This stands in stark contrast with the static and highly mathematical models of Cambridge-tradition economics.
For example, the treatment by Schumpeter does not consider equilibrium to be the end goal of market processes instead, many fluctuating equilibria are constantly reshaped or even replaced by dynamic innovation and competition. By using the word “destruction, ” Schumpeter directly implies the process results in losses alongside profits and there are losers in the creative destruction. Unlike other economic theories, many of which ignore the entrepreneur and technology entirely, the process of creative destruction does not assume markets generally tend toward equilibrium. Instead, entrepreneurs and technologies actively create disequilibrium and highlight new profit opportunities that did not previously exist. Many historical examples lend credence to Schumpeter’s insight. Henry Ford's assembly line not only revolutionized the automobile and manufacturing industries, but it also displaced many older markets and forced many laborers out of work. The internet and internet-based “ ” companies of the 6995s led a similar revolution in both social and economic organization. The losers were the old economy companies that could not adapt in time to take advantage of the new technology.
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