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The exogenous and endogenous types of relationships between ethics and economics are explained in neoclassical and non‐neoclassical frameworks. Market consequentialism, deontological preferences and polity‐market (ecology) interactions are brought out to configure the theoretical perspectives of...
Examines the process of systemic disintegration in the USSR brought about by perestroika, demokratizatsiya and glasnost . Places Soviet economic crises in a broader political and nationalities context. Concludes that liberalization and democratization led both to the break‐up of the Communist...
Examines empirically the proposition that a large public enterprise sector for an economy acts as an obstacle to a healthy rate of economic growth. The empirical analysis concentrates on the experience of the OECD countries for the years 1965‐85. Single and multiple equation‐models of economic...
The exogenous and endogenous types of relationships between ethicsand economics are explained in neoclassical and nonneoclassicalframeworks. Market consequentialism, deontological preferences andpolitymarket ecology interactions are brought out to configure thetheoretical perspectives of the...
Are the distributional effects of environmental measures just? Answers this question, to do which we normally use the segregation argument: poor people live in highly polluted areas, therefore environmental measures which reduce the pollution must be socially just. Argues that the environment is...
Contrasts the methodologies and policy implications of the respective theories of John Maynard Keynes and Alvin Hansen. Keynes used a rationalistic epistemology and deductive logic to deduce a pure theory of employment which implied that monetary policy would be an appropriate remedy for...
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