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Economic Morality as a Competitive Asset

  • Herbert Giersch
Part of the Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy book series (SEEP)

Abstract

Though written and translated a few years ago, this essay is dedicated to Jim Buchanan on the occasion of his 80th birthday as it tries to cover some of the ground we have in common in our thinking. When forming my views I had the benefit of reading what he wrote, and when we occasionally met, I greatly benefited from stimulating discussions though my memory is not so reliable as to allow me to say specifically and in writing when and where we agreed, or merely agreed to disagree.

Keywords

Open Society Global Competition Civic Virtue Moral Discourse Mobile Resource 
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  • Herbert Giersch

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