This important two volume work includes a comprehensive introduction to the literature by the editors and contains the major articles on economic justice written during the last 50 years.
Volume I focuses on the political and philosophical foundations on the economic justice. Volume II places special emphasis on the issues surrounding the implementation and practice of justice in modern economic systems.
This authoritative collection will be an essential reference source for students, instructors and researches concerned with the study of economic justice.
Edited by Giorgio Brosio, Department of Economics and Statistics, University of Turin, Italy and Harold M. Hochman, formerly William E. Simon Professor of Political Economy, Department of Economics and Business, Lafayette College, US
Contents: Introduction Volume I: Part I: Perspectives Part II: Conceptual Foundations Part III: Models of Economic Justice * Volume II: Part I: Equality Part II: Redistribution Through the Fiscal System Part III: Distributional Preference