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Kantian economics, business leadership, and social responsiblity

Mark D. White

EFR In the latest issue of The European Finance Review (June/July 2011), I have an invited article in which I present the essential points of the Kantian-economic model of choice that I develop more fully in Kantian Ethics and Economics: Autonomy, Dignity, and Character. I also apply the model to business decision-making, and then sketch some preliminary thoughts on the implications of the model--and of Kantian ethics in general--for social responsibility, thoughts which I will elaborate on in January as a participant in the Association for Social Economics program at the ASSA meetings in Chicago (organized by Martha Starr).


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