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  1.  16
    Ethical and Legal Implications of Whistleblowing: A View From United Arab Emirates.Akram Al Matarneh - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (2).
    The paper seeks to dissect the meaning, people’s understanding, effects and consequences of whistleblowing. It also tries to define the implications the act has as laid down in United Arab Emirates law. It spells out the major concerns that exist about whistleblowing in the UAE and the world more generally. There exist several differences between the UAE law and that of other countries regarding whistleblowing. These differences affect the overall understanding in the region, the frequency of reporting cases occurring and (...)
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    Environmental Sustainability and the Nexus of Economic Principles and Jewish Thought.Rebecca Leeharris & Rabbi Ed Rosenthal - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (2).
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    The Perils of Not Thinking Like an Economist: How to Assess Value.Åbsjørn Melkevik - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (2).
    It is common to muse over the perils of thinking like an economist. There is, we are told, something missing when we only weigh the costs and benefits of some options before us, and then choose the one that will lead to the greatest utility. Such a view is now commonplace in philosophy curriculums, and it has been defended, for example, by Michael Sandel, Debra Satz, and Elizabeth Anderson. This paper, conversely, explains how scholars regularly underestimate the extent to which (...)
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    Re-Framing the Moral Appeal of the Minimum Wage.Rojhat B. Avsar - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (1).
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    Behavioral Economics and the Positive- Normative Distinction: Sunstein’s Choosing Not to Choose and Behavioral Economics Imperialism.John B. Davis - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (1).
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    Do Universities Have Moral Duties with Regard to a Human Right to Health? In Defense of Some Proposals by UAEM 1.Jos Philips - 2018 - Ethics and Economics 15 (1).
    This article argues that universities have duties to negotiate contracts with the pharmaceutical industry that are favourable to the world’s poor, and to do more research into diseases which disproportionately strike the global poor. It is argued that these duties are related to human rights (in particular to a human right to health) and that they are therefore very weighty. Furthermore, these duties are in line with some of the most important things that Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM), a (...)
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