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Globalization, culture and the limits of the market: essays in economics and philosophy

Contributor(s): Cullenberg, Stephen [Editor] | Pattanaik, Prasanta K [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oxford in India Readings. Publisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2004Description: 277 p.ISBN: 9780195664461.Subject(s): Economic | Globalization - Economic aspects | Culture | International organization | PhilosophyDDC classification: 330.9 Summary: This collection of papers discusses critical issues that have often been at the center of social debates in recent years. Economists and philosophers discuss such issues as the limitations of markets as an instrument of decision-making in a society, globalization and culture, the foundational principles for public policy, the criteria for the allocation of human organs, and the paradox of scarcity despite affluence in modern societies.
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This collection of papers discusses critical issues that have often been at the center of social debates in recent years. Economists and philosophers discuss such issues as the limitations of markets as an instrument of decision-making in a society, globalization and culture, the foundational principles for public policy, the criteria for the allocation of human organs, and the paradox of scarcity despite affluence in modern societies.

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