Justice and the Global Economy: Three Competing Schools of Thought

Ethan Kapstein poses the question of what economic “justice” actually means in today’s increasingly interconnected world. He compares the views held by the three predominant contemporary schools of thought on globalisation issues – the communitarians, the liberal internationalists and the cosmopolitans – and offers evidence either supporting or undermining their different positions.

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Ethan Kapstein
Source: INSEAD Knowledge
Subjects: Economics, Social Responsibility

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