Handbook of economics and ethics

25. Globalization / George DeMartino -- 26. Global financial markets / Gary A. Dymski and Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky -- 27. Happiness / Luigino Bruni -- 28. Hedonism / Johannes Hirata -- 29. Hinduism / Narendar Pani -- 30. Homo economicus / Carlos Rodriguez-Sickert -- 31. Human development / Des Gaspe...

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Main Author: Staveren, Irene van
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Peil, Jan
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, U.K Edward Elgar 2009
Series:Elgar original reference
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:25. Globalization / George DeMartino -- 26. Global financial markets / Gary A. Dymski and Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky -- 27. Happiness / Luigino Bruni -- 28. Hedonism / Johannes Hirata -- 29. Hinduism / Narendar Pani -- 30. Homo economicus / Carlos Rodriguez-Sickert -- 31. Human development / Des Gasper -- 32. Humanism / Mark A. Lutz -- 33. Identity / John B. Davis -- 34. Income distribution / Rolph van de Hoeven -- 35. Individualism / John B. Davis -- 36. Inequality / Serge-Christophe Kolm -- 37. Institutions / Anne Mayhew -- 38. Islam / Rodney Wilson -- 39. Justice / Serge-Christophe Kolm -- 40. Immanuel Kant / Mark D. White -- 41. Labour standards / Günseli Berik -- 42. Market / John O'Neill -- 43. Karl Marx / Jack Amariglio and Yahya M. Madra -- 44. Minimum wages / Ellen Mutari -- 45. Needs and agency / Lawrence Hamilton -- 46. Needs and well-being / Des Gasper -- 47. Pluralism / Esther-Mirjam Sent --
72. Utilitarianism / Johan J. Graafland -- 73. Thorstein Veblen / William Waller -- 74. Virtue ethics / Irene van Staveren -- 75. Max Weber and the Protestant work ethic / Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart
48. Positive-normative distinction in British history of economic thought / Samuel Weston -- 49. Positive versus normative economics / Eric van de Laar and Jan Peil -- 50. Postmodernism / David F. Ruccio -- 51. Poverty / Andy Sumner -- 52. Prices / Paul Downward -- 53. Protestant ethics / William Schweiker -- 54. Rationality / Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap -- 55. John Rawls / Hilde Bojer -- 56. Realism / Andrew Mearman -- 57. Religion / Robert H. Nelson -- 58. Rhetoric / Arjo Klamer -- 59. Rights / Stephen D. Parsons -- 60. Joan Robinson / Prue Kerr -- 61. Scarcity / Rutger Claassen -- 62. Self-interest / Johan J. Graafland -- 63. Amartya Sen / Sabina Alkire -- 64. Sin / Samuel Cameron -- 65. Adam Smith / Jan Peil -- 66. Social capital / John Field -- 67. Social economics / Mark A. Lutz -- 68. Solidarity / Patrick J. Welch. and Stuart D. Yoak -- 69. Sustainability / J.B. (Hans) Opschoor -- 70. Teaching economics / Jonathan B. Wight -- 71. Trust / Bart Nooteboom --
1. Altruism / Jonathan Seglow -- 2. Thomas Aquinas / Odd Langholm -- 3. Aristotle / Ricardo Crespo -- 4. Jeremy Bentham / Marco E.L. Guidi -- 5. Buddhist economics / Juliana Essen -- 6. Capability approach. / Ingrid Robeyns -- 7. Catholic social thought / Albino Barrera -- 8. Code of ethics for economists / Robin L. Bartlett -- 9. Consumerism / Peter N. Stearns -- 10. Corporate social responsibility / Rhys Jenkins -- 11. Deontology / Mark D. White -- 12. Dignity / Mark D. White -- 13. Discrimination / Deborah M. Figart -- 14. Economic anthropology / Jeffrey H. Cohen -- 15. Efficiency / Irene van Staveren -- 16. Egoism / John O'Neill -- 17. Epistemology / Edward Fullbrook -- 18. Equity / Bernard Hodgson -- 19. Ethics of care / Kari Wærness -- 20. Fact/value dichotomy / Vivian Walsh -- 21. Fairness / Tom De Herdt and Ben D'Exelle -- 22. Feminism / Drucilla K. Barker and Darla Schumm -- 23. Freedom / Nicolas Gravel -- 24. Game theory / Ken Binmore --
The Handbook of Economics and Ethics portrays an understanding of economic methodology in which facts and values, though distinct, are closely interconnected in a variety of ways. From theory building to data collection, and from modelling to policy evaluation, this encyclopaedic Handbook is at the intersection of economics and ethics
Physical Description:xviii, 605 p ill
ISBN:1845429362
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