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Beckerman, Wilfred

Economics as Applied Ethics

Beckerman, Wilfred - Economics as Applied Ethics, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Wilfred Beckerman

Part I. Basic Principles

2. Preview
Wilfred Beckerman

3. The Main Concepts
Wilfred Beckerman

4. Fact and Value in Personal Choice
Wilfred Beckerman

5. How to Make ‘Bad’ Choices
Wilfred Beckerman

6. Fact and Value in Public Policy: Three Examples
Wilfred Beckerman

7. From Economic ‘Efficiency’ to Economic Welfare
Wilfred Beckerman

8. The ‘Mindless Society’
Wilfred Beckerman

9. Utilitarianism: The Search for an Overriding Value
Wilfred Beckerman

10. Utilitarianism and Its Constraints
Wilfred Beckerman

Part II. Applications

11. GDP and Friends
Wilfred Beckerman

12. Well-Being and Happiness
Wilfred Beckerman

13. The Discount Rate
Wilfred Beckerman

14. The Price of Life
Wilfred Beckerman

15. Equality: ‘Fact’ or ‘Value’?
Wilfred Beckerman

16. Equality of What?
Wilfred Beckerman

17. The Boundary in Space: International Justice
Wilfred Beckerman

18. The Boundary in Time: Intergenerational Justice
Wilfred Beckerman

19. The Role of Welfare Economics
Wilfred Beckerman

Keywords: Economics, Social Choice/Welfare Economics/Public Choice, Economic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods, Public Economics, Political Economy

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
2nd ed. 2017
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319503196
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-50318-9

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