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Law, Ethics and Economics

Law, Ethics and Economics

Law, Ethics and Economics brings together interdisciplinary books which deal with at least two of the three constituents. Among other subjects, this series covers issues in ethics and economics, law and economics, as well as constitutional issues in law, economics, philosophy and social theory. The focus is on theoretical analysis that goes beyond purely normative considerations, thus aiming at a synthesis of the desirable and the feasible.

  • Public Reason and Applied Ethics

    The Ways of Practical Reason in a Pluralist Society

    By Adela Cortina, Domingo García-Marzá

    Examining the theoretical and empirical status of applied ethics, this volume demonstrates how a pluralistic and democratic society can deal with ethical issues in the light of its moral conscience. The volume first sets the stage for a conception of applied ethics as applications of transnational…

    Paperback – 2016-11-15
    Routledge
    Law, Ethics and Economics

  • Absolute Poverty and Global Justice

    Empirical Data - Moral Theories - Initiatives

    By Michael Schramm, Thomas Pogge

    Edited by Elke Mack

    Absolute poverty causes about one third of all human deaths, some 18 million annually, and blights billions of lives with hunger and disease. Developing universalizable norms aimed at tackling absolute poverty and the complex and multilayered problems associated with it, this book considers the…

    Paperback – 2016-10-26
    Routledge
    Law, Ethics and Economics

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Just

    How Modern Men Shape Their World

    By Riël Vermunt

    Drawing on multidisciplinary findings and ideas, this book discusses fair allocation of social resources, such as goods, services and information, in a novel and integrated way. The role of the essential features of allocation behavior: motivation, cognition and emotion, as well as morality and…

    Hardback – 2014-04-16
    Routledge
    Law, Ethics and Economics

  • Deliberation and Decision

    Economics, Constitutional Theory and Deliberative Democracy

    By Anne van Aaken, Christian List

    Deliberation and Decision explores ways of bridging the gap between two rival approaches to theorizing about democratic institutions: constitutional economics on the one hand and deliberative democracy on the other. The two approaches offer very different accounts of the functioning and legitimacy…

    Hardback – 2004-02-28
    Routledge
    Law, Ethics and Economics