Economic Rights (v. 9)

ISBN 13: 9780521428736

Economic Rights (v. 9)

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9780521428736: Economic Rights (v. 9)

Economic rights - rights to use, possess, exchange, and otherwise dispose of property - are at the centre of some of the most important and fundamental disputes in Western moral and political theory. This book provides a fresh look at assumptions that are sometimes overlooked in debates about capitalism, socialism and the welfare state. Essays in this book by internationally renowned academic lawyers, economists, and philosophers, explore what sort of economic rights people ought to have, how they ought to be conceived of and grounded, and the consequences that would ensue were one system or another set up to ensure them; the related question of the nature of various economic systems and how well they do at guaranteeing such rights are also discussed.

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Economic rights - rights to use, possess, exchange, and otherwise dispose of property - are at the centre of some of the most important and fundamental disputes in Western moral and political theory. This book by internationally renowned academic lawyers, economists, and philosophers provides a fresh look at assumptions that are sometimes overlooked in debates about capitalism, socialism and the welfare state.

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Published by Cambridge University Press (1992)
ISBN 10: 0521428734 ISBN 13: 9780521428736
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