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Making globalization good : the moral challenges of global capitalism

Author: John H Dunning
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
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Many of us have a sense of unease about current trends in global capitalism (GC) and global society. Inequalities and conflict seem endemic; much-vaunted technological innovations seem unable to deliver structural change and development in many parts of the world; and ideological conflicts may be more intense than during the cold war. The central point of debate in this book is to identify and evaluate the moral
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John H Dunning
ISBN: 0199257019 9780199257010 019927522X 9780199275229
OCLC Number: 50802703
Description: xii, 385 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The moral imperatives of global capitalism: an overview / John H. Dunning --
Private morality and capitalism: learning from the past / Deepak Lal --
Institutions and morality: an economist's appraisal / Alan Hamlin --
Towards a new paradigm of development / Joseph Stiglitz --
Transformation of society: implications for globalization / Jack N. Behrman --
An ethical framework for the global market economy / Hans Küng --
The challenge of global capitalism: a Christian perspective / Brian Griffiths --
The challenge of global capitalism: an Islamic perspective / Khurshid Ahmad --
Global covenant: a Jewish perspective on globalization / Jonathan Sacks --
The challenge of global capitalism: the perspective of Eastern religions / David R. Loy --
A universal culture of human rights and freedom's habits: caritapolis / Michael Novak --
On the political relevance of global civil society / Richard Falk --
The business community: social responsibility and corporate values / Robert Davies --
Governments and supranational agencies: a new consensus? / Gordon Brown --
Global social justice: the moral responsibilities of the rich to the poor / Shirley Williams --
Conclusions: in search of a global moral architecture / John H. Dunning.
Responsibility: edited by John H. Dunning.
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