Bibliography Executive Summary Esprit a fashion and lifestyle brand founded in in San Francisco, California and its potential to become the leader in the European fashion industry is examined beginning with general industry-related approaches and ending in a detailed competitor analysis. The business process within this industry differentiates between retail and wholesale channels, selling various division lines clothing categories according to gender and age mostly under heavy time and cost pressure. This is due to short fashion collection life cycles, high product variety depending on fashion trends and styles that come and go.
Keynesianism[ edit ] In Schumpeter's theory, Walrasian equilibrium is not adequate to capture the key mechanisms of economic development. Schumpeter also thought that the institution enabling the entrepreneur to buy the resources needed to realize his vision was a well-developed capitalist financial system, including a whole range of institutions for granting credit.
One could divide economists among 1 those who emphasized "real" analysis and regarded money as merely a "veil" and 2 those who thought monetary institutions are important and money could be a separate driving force. Both Schumpeter and Keynes were among the latter. While he agrees with Karl Marx that capitalism will collapse and be replaced by socialismSchumpeter predicts a different way this will come about.
While Marx predicted that capitalism would be overthrown by a violent proletarian revolution, which actually occurred in the least capitalist countries, Schumpeter believed that capitalism would gradually weaken by itself and eventually collapse.
Specifically, the success of capitalism would lead to corporatism and to values hostile to capitalism, especially among intellectuals. Intellectuals tend to have a negative outlook of capitalism, even while relying on it for prestige, because their professions rely on antagonism toward it.
The growing number of people with higher education is a great advantage of capitalism, according to Schumpeter. Yet, unemployment and a lack of fulfilling work will cause intellectual critique, discontent and protests.
Parliaments will increasingly elect social democratic parties, and democratic majorities will vote for restrictions on entrepreneurship.
Increasing workers' self-managementindustrial democracy and regulatory institutions would evolve non-politically into "liberal capitalism". Thus, the intellectual and social climate needed for thriving entrepreneurship will be replaced by some form of "laborism".
This will exacerbate " creative destruction " a borrowed phrase to denote an endogenous replacement of old ways of doing things by new wayswhich will ultimately undermine and destroy the capitalist structure.
Schumpeter emphasizes throughout this book that he is analyzing trends, not engaging in political advocacy.
He disputed the idea that democracy was a process by which the electorate identified the common good, and politicians carried this out for them.
He argued this was unrealistic, and that people's ignorance and superficiality meant that in fact they were largely manipulated by politicians, who set the agenda.
Furthermore, he claimed that even if the common good was possible to find, it would still not make clear the means needed to reach its end, since citizens do not have the requisite knowledge to design government policy.
Instead he advocated a minimalist model, much influenced by Max Weberwhereby democracy is the mechanism for competition between leaders, much like a market structure. Although periodic votes by the general public legitimize governments and keep them accountable, the policy program is very much seen as their own and not that of the people, and the participatory role for individuals is usually severely limited.
Entrepreneurship[ edit ] Schumpeter was probably the first scholar to theorize about entrepreneurshipand the field owed much to his contributions. In Mark I, Schumpeter argued that the innovation and technological change of a nation come from the entrepreneurs, or wild spirits.
He coined the word Unternehmergeist, German for "entrepreneur-spirit", and asserted that " Schumpeter developed Mark II while a professor at Harvard.
Many social economists and popular authors of the day argued that large businesses had a negative effect on the standard of living of ordinary people.
Contrary to this prevailing opinion, Schumpeter argued that the agents that drive innovation and the economy are large companies which have the capital to invest in research and development of new products and services and to deliver them to customers more cheaply, thus raising their standard of living.
In one of his seminal works, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Schumpeter wrote: As soon as we go into details and inquire into the individual items in which progress was most conspicuous, the trail leads not to the doors of those firms that work under conditions of comparatively free competition but precisely to the door of the large concerns — which, as in the case of agricultural machinery, also account for much of the progress in the competitive sector — and a shocking suspicion dawns upon us that big business may have had more to do with creating that standard of life than with keeping it down.
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As segmentation can be done in various ways, with invoking various segmentation criteria at different levels of intensity, the author has chosen to do a geographic segmentation for the European fashion market as a whole, followed by a deeper geographic segmentation of the German market.