Fr. Thomas Cavanaugh was ordained in 2013 as a priest in the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, and is currently serving as parochial vicar at St. Theresa's in Ashburn.
Dr. John Love is an associate professor of systematic and moral theology at Mount St. Mary's Seminary and resides in Emmitsburg, Maryland, with his wife and six children.
With attention to the important theoretical connections between Weber and Schumpeter and the respective contributions of both with regard to the nature and workings of capitalism, the author explores the compatibility of the two approaches, arguing that the full significance of the contributions of the two writers has not been adequately appreciated.
A systematic and sympathetic comparison and synthesis of the contributions of two of the central figures in social and economic theory, which highlights the enduring relevance of their work in times of political and economic crisis, Weber, Schumpeter and Modern Capitalism will appeal to scholars across the social sciences with interests in social and economic theory, classical sociology and economic history.