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Ethics and the market: insights from social economics

Author: Clary, Betsy Jane ; Dolfsma, Wilfred ; Figart, Deborah M.Publisher: Routledge 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 208 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0415394619Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Ethics and the Market Insights from social economics Contents List of illustrations Notes on contributors Preface Acknowledgments List of abbreviations 1 Introduction BETSY JANE CLARY, WILFRED DOLFSMA, AND DEBORAH M. FIGART vii viii xiv xvi xviii 1 PART I Morality and markets 2 The moral embeddedness of markets JENS BECKERT 9 11 3 Creative destruction and community JON D. WISMAN 26 4 Borrowing alone: the theory and policy implications of the commodification of finance GREG P. HANNSGEN 41 5 Teaching the ethical foundations of economics: the principles course JONATHAN B. WIGHT 55 vi Contents PART II Redefining the boundaries of economics 6 The normative significance of the individual in economics: freedom, dignity, and human rights JOHN B. DAVIS 67 69 7 The impact of identity on economics MIRIAM TESCHL 84 8 The relationship between consumption and production: conceptualizing well-being inside the household ELIZABETH OUGHTON AND JANE WHEELOCK 98 9 Social economy as social science and practice: historical perspectives on France DANIELE DEMOUSTIER AND DAMIEN ROUSSELIERE 112 10 France and Quebec: the progressive visions embodied in different social economy traditions CAROLE BIEWENER 126 PART III Social economies in transition 11 Accounting for societal externalities LAURA MCCANN 141 143 12 Ethnicity, democracy and economic development: a pluralist approach MANUEL BRANCO 161 13 A gender-aware approach to international finance TONIA L. WARNECKE 175 14 Social capital and the capability approach: a social economic theory ALEXANDRE L. BERTIN AND NICOLAS SIRVEN 191 Index 204

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