- 6 years ago
Views on the moral justification for markets seem to be incommensurable. Dan Finn compares the moral arguments from across the political spectrum, with the goal of generating a framework for a moral analysis in reference to four key positions: Market rules, provision of essential goods and services, morality of individuals and institutions, and civil society.
In this way, Finn reaches a more precise question than 'are markets just?', but rather 'under what conditions are market processes and outcomes just?'.