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Economic justice

selections from Distributive justice and A living wage

by John Augustine Ryan

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Published by Westminster John Knox Press in Louisville, KY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics -- Religious aspects.,
  • Economics -- Moral and ethical aspects.,
  • Distribution (Economic theory),
  • Wages.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-186).

    StatementJohn A. Ryan ; edited and introduced by Harlan R. Beckley.
    SeriesLibrary of theological ethics
    ContributionsBeckley, Harlan R., 1943-, Ryan, John Augustine, 1869-1945.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB72 .R9325 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p. ;
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL964169M
    ISBN 100664256600
    LC Control Number96000398
    OCLC/WorldCa34046733

    The Centre for Economic Justice will carry forward the work of the acclaimed IPPR Commission on Economic Justice, producing rigorous research to show how the Commission’s ten-part plan for the economy can be put into practice. The work of the Centre is generously supported by the Friends Provident Charitable Foundation. The economic impact of the U. S. financial market meltdown of has been devastating both in the U. S. and worldwide. One consequence of this crisis is the widening gap between rich and poor. With little end in sight to global economic woes, it has never been more urgent to .

      WASHINGTON -- The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s economic message was fiery and radical. To our society's great shame, it has also proved timeless. As we celebrate King's great achievement and. Economic Justice will stimulate and provoke philosophers, policy makers and the engaged readers who hope for better outcomes from financial institutions and improvements in the distribution of economic goods.".

    With contributions from leading scholars around the globe, this book is an essential reference for scholars with an interest in economic and social justice from a wide range of disciplines, including criminal justice and criminology as well as sociology, social work, public policy, and law. Economic Justice in an Unfair Worldseeks to answer that question by presenting a bold and provocative argument that emphasizes economic relations among states. The book provides a market-oriented focus, arguing that a just international economy would be one that is inclusive, participatory, and welfare-enhancing for all states.


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