The U.S. Financial System: Money, Markets, and Institutions

The U.S. Financial System: Money, Markets, and Institutions

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Noted economist Douglas Vickers reexamines the relationship between economics and moral philosophy. That relationship, once very strong, is again the subject of increasing attention and discussion both within and beyond the academy. Vickers reestablishes the substantial bridges between ethical philosophy and economics. He addresses three main issues: first, the historical means by which economics has consciously surrendered its original association with ethical categories and criteria; second, the need to articulate the appropriate thoughtforms and vocabulary of ethical theory; and third, the illustration of areas in economics where ethical awareness is desirable and should be allowed to exert influence. This work is a major analysis which will be of considerable interest to economists, the business community, government regulators, and all concerned with economic decisionmaking in modern society.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780131229129
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publisher Imprint: PRENTICE HALL
Edition: 0006-
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 32 mm
Width: 208 mm
ISBN-10: 0131229125
Publisher Date: 01 Mar 2019
Binding: Hardback
Height: 258 mm
No of Pages: 695
Series Title: English
Weight: 1502.74 gr
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