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One of the greatest influences to modern management: Peter F. Drucker
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the southern management association (2004)
  • Timothy Kiessling
  • R. Glenn Richey
Abstract
This manuscript discusses the contributions of Peter F. Drucker and the seminal influences on his logic made by the Austrian School of Economics. Drucker focused on four critical elements of the Austrian School: 1) an interdisciplinary approach and philosophical sophistication, 2) the vision of market competition as an endless dynamic process (creative destruction, entrepreneurship), 3) the firm as a social entity and as a depository of knowledge, and 4) the role of the government. © Copyright Southern Management Association, 2004
Keywords
  • Peter Drucker,
  • Austrian School of Economics,
  • logic
Publication Date
November 6, 2004
Citation Information
Timothy Kiessling and R. Glenn Richey. "One of the greatest influences to modern management: Peter F. Drucker" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the southern management association (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tim_kiessling/23/