This is the first group of papers for discussion. We propose to begin publishing comments on 12th March.You are welcome to post comments before then; we currently propose to hold them in a queue until the 12th, to allow time to read the papers. If the number of comments mounts, or if we are assailed by a clamour of requests to open the discussion we may reconsider – the merit of an online conference format is flexibility.
Stuart Birks No ethical issues in economics?
George De Martino Professional Economic Ethics:Why Heterodox Economists Should Care
Here are the second group of papers for the conference. Instructions the same as for the last group.
Should economics have an ethical content?
- Manuel Couret Branco: Economics for human rights
- Victoria Chick Economics and the Good Life: Keynes and Schumacher
- Angelo Fusari Economics and Society. Freedom-creativity and social justice
- Christian Kellermann, Sebastian Dullien, and Hansjörg Herr A Decent Capitalism for a Good Society
- Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid and Martín Puchet Anyul, Ethics and macroeconomics
- Avner Offer A Warrant for Pain: Market Liberalism c. 1970-2010
- Elena Sapir Ethics in Economics and the Geoeconomy as a Synthetic Approach
Here is the third group of papers for the conference. Instructions the same as for the last two groups.
Howard Aylesworth: Human – Nature
Geoff Davies: Bad Theory, Bad Practice: Bad Ethics
Gerald Gutenschwager: Is Economics a Value Free Science?
Karey Harrison: Ontological Commitments of Ethics and Economics
Arun G. Mukhopadhyay: Corruption of Economics, Growth Fetishism, and Maldevelopment
Alice Puyana: On Ethics and Economics
The theory and practice of ethics: Fourth and final group of papers for the conference and notice of an additional paper
Here is the fourth group of papers for the conference. In addition, please note that an additional paper (which was previously accepted but was finalised unavoidably late) will shortly be added to group 2 ‘Should Economics have an Ethical Content?’
The theory and practice of ethics