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Tom Cruise as Joseph Schumpeter?

After the film "A Beautiful MInd" on economist John Nash, The Economist suggests that there might be a market for movies about Keynes and Schumpeter. Here are there comments on the Schumpeter project:

Joseph Schumpeter. He said he wanted to be the world's “greatest horseman, greatest lover and greatest economist”, and later claimed two of three—he and horses just didn't get along. A perfect role, surely, for Tom Cruise, who was first choice to play Mr Nash. Schumpeter's best-known theory even sounds like a Hollywood thriller: “Creative Destruction”. Now how would they merchandise that?

"Economists on film: Keynes the movie?" (Dec. 20th 2001), downloaded online from: http://www.economist.com/finance/displayStory.cfm?Story_ID=917413




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