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  1. John Commons on Customer Goodwill and the Economic Value of Business Ethics: Response to Professor Sen.Robert Black - 1994 - Business Ethics Quarterly 4 (3):359-365.
    This paper shows how John R. Commons’ analysis of a firm’s goodwill value gives analytical support to Professor Amartya Sen’s contention (BEQ, 1993) that business ethics makes economic sense. A firm’s market value consists of the value of both tangible and intangible capital, including the goodwill value of ongoing customer relations. If a firm is to defend its goodwill value, it needs to have the protection of the courts and to pursue ethical practices. The courts defend fair competition by giving (...)
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  • John Commons on Customer Goodwill and the Economic Value of Business Ethics: Response to Professor Sen.Robert Black - 1994 - Business Ethics Quarterly 4 (3):359-365.
    This paper shows how John R. Commons’ analysis of a firm’s goodwill value gives analytical support to Professor Amartya Sen’s contention that business ethics makes economic sense. A firm’s market value consists of the value of both tangible and intangible capital, including the goodwill value of ongoing customer relations. If a firm is to defend its goodwill value, it needs to have the protection of the courts and to pursue ethical practices. The courts defend fair competition by giving protection from (...)
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  • ¿Fue John Stuart Mill un auténtico demócrata?Bárbara Baldi - 2016 - Revista de Filosofía 72:91-108.
    Los conceptos de democracia y de gobierno representativo están inevitablemente conectados y vinculados entre ellos, y uno de los principios fundamentales de la democracia representativa es el principio de mayoría. Este articulo es una aproximación a la teoría de John Stuart Mill sobre el gobierno representativo en relación con el principio de mayoría y bajo su perspectiva elitista. Mill consideró el sistema representativo el modelo político más eficaz, aunque quiso subrayar los puntos críticos y los posibles desvíos negativos de la (...)
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  • Robert Lowe and the Role of the Vulgar Economist in the English Methodenstreit.G. C. G. Moore - 1996 - Journal of Economic Methodology 3 (1):69-90.
    Robert Lowe, later Viscount Sherbrooke, played an important role in the late-Victorian methodological debate between the orthodox and historical economists known as the English Methodenstreit. Lowe adhered to a particularly narrow and immoderate version of the orthodox conceptual framework, and his own orthodox colleagues criticized him for brazenly holding doctrinal beliefs similar to those which Marx had earlier labelled ?vulgar?. In the 1870s Lowe reacted to the historicist criticisms of orthodox economics and articulated a highly original methodological framework in defence (...)
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