Ethics and Economics resources week 11: Moral limits of the market

Further reading

Book review of Debra Satz's book by Joeseph Heath in The Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics Link

Short interesting piece on the moral limits of the markets by Jonathan Wolff Link (If you want to use it in an essay, it was incorporated into the final chapter of Jonathan Wolff, Ethics and Public Policy: A Philosophical Inquiry (Taylor and Francis, 2011).)

Analysis of problematic markets within the approach of standard consequentialist neo-classical welfare economics: Ravi Kanbur, "On Obnoxious Markets", July 2001. Link. (Revised version published in Stephen Cullenberg and Prasanta Pattanaik (editors), Globalization, Culture and the Limits of the Market: Essays in Economics and Philosophy. Oxford University Press, 2004)

Endogenous effects of markets on participants: Bruno S. Frey, Not just for the money (Edward Elgar, 1997).

References for some important texts in the Spherist approach (what Satz calls 'specific egalitartianism')

Michael Walzer, Spheres of justice: a defense of pluralism and equality (Basic Books, 1983).

Elizabeth Anderson, Value in ethics and economics (Harvard University Press, 1995).

Irene van Staveren, The values of economics: an Aristotelian perspective (Routledge, 2001).






Comments