Morality of Markets

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Parth J. Shah, Parth Shah
Academic Foundation, 2004 - Počet stran: 358
Essays from distinguished economists, ethicists, and theologians are included in this unique collection, which explores the moral and ethical foundations of the free market. From the economic and philosophical perspective, the notion that private property and market exchanges are inherently unjust is systematically disproved. Addressing critical issues ranging from the underlying ethics of voluntary exchange to the role of markets in the teaching of major world religions, these essays conclude that capitalist markets are fundamentally moral and that government interventions in capitalist acts among consenting adults are dissolute.
 

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FOREWORD
9
CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS VOLUME
15
OVERVIEW
21
Morality as Cooperation
43
LEONARD E READ
51
Why Capitalism is Hated
69
Ten Ethical Objections to the Market Economy
83
AMARTYA SEN
107
Business Ethics in a Free Society
189
The Business Corporation as a Moral Community
205
The Market Order and the Moral Order
225
The Rise of Government and the Decline of Morality
259
The Petty Tyranny of Government Regulation
267
The Immorality of Business Subsidies
297
Are Antitrust Laws Immoral?
307
Liberalism and Markets in Hindu Spirituality
321

Bourgeois Blues
121
Discovery Private Property and
153
The Social Responsibility of Business
173
Business Ethics Gone Wrong
181
The Capitalist Structures of Hinduism
333
Islam and Markets
339
Sources 357
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\Parth J. Shah is founder and president of the Centre for Civil Society, a think tank based in New Delhi. He is the editor of Do Corporations Have Social Responsibility?, Friedman on India, and Profiles in Courage and the coeditor of Law, Liberty, and Livelihood and Terracotta Reader.

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