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Cornell Economics and Management Professor Robert R. Frank draws attention here to the disconnect between economic research and ethical thinking, specifically on the notion of growing US inequality:"Economists who say we should relegate questions about inequality to philosophers often advocate policies, like tax cuts for the wealthy, that increase inequality substantially. That greater inequality causes real harm is beyond doubt."It's refreshing to hear this criticism from an economics and ........ Read more »
Julian Friedland. (2005) The Utility of Offshoring: A Rawlsian Critique. Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 10(1), 9-13. info:/
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