Capitalism and Justice
Envisioning Social and Economic FairnessBook - 2001
This text takes a practical approach to the most important questions of economic and social justice, such as: how big a spread of incomes from rich to poor is consistent with social justice?; should inheritances be abolished?; and what sort of commitment should a rich country make to aid? The author challenges the reader to think creatively about the meaning of justice and how it works towards social and economic fairness within the boundaries of capitalism. The book is designed for students of political economy, ethics, public policy and current affairs.
Publisher: Bloomfield, Conn. : Kumarian Press, 2001
Characteristics: xiii, 255 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Envisioning social and economic fairness