Ética y Ciencia en los estudios de Comercio y Pobreza. Impacto en los países en desarrollo
AbstractThis papers starts from an analysis of the nature of power relations between countries, from a historical view, and their impact on trade. From this, the different research approaches on this subject are examined and most general epistemological positions are detected. Consequently, ethical positions in recent research emerge as related to international trade. Besides, a review is carried out on the empirical evidence about the effects of Trade Treaties between richer and developing countries. The conclusion is that a significant part of the achieved enquiries is not coherent with the human explicit objectives of minimize poverty and inequity around the world.
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Volume (Year): (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (Fall)
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Trade; poverty; epistemology; scientific research; macro-economics;
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