Welcome - Ethics, Justice and Economics PHIL 4361   Ethics, Justice and Economics
Assumptions of Neoclassical economic theory are critically examined with a focus on the ethical and distributional consequences of using markets as an allocation mechanism. We discuss the major conceptions of economic justice, including utilitarianism and social choice theory, Rawlsian egalitarianism Nozickian libertarianism, Sen’s capabilities approach and equality of opportunity.
FORMAT: Lecture
CROSS-LISTING: Econ 4360.03
EXCLUSIONS: PHIL 3361.03, ECON 3360.03