Economy and Morality: The Philosophy of the Welfare State
Graduate studies at Western
Edward Elgar (2005)
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|Keywords||Economics Moral and ethical aspects Social responsibility of business Welfare state Moral and ethical aspects Capitalism Moral and ethical aspects Democracy Moral and ethical aspects Social security Moral and ethical aspects Social justice|
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