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Justicia distributiva y economia: una perspectiva etica

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  • Maria Teresa Lopera Chaves

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Si bien la economía en todas sus épocas ha formulado alguna teoría de la distribución de los bienes en la sociedad, ésta ha estado determinada por una concepción que deriva la justicia de la distribución de la eficiencia de la producción, determinando lo económico como un sistema autónomo de la sociedad donde producción y distribución obedecen, de alguna manera, a leyes naturales donde la libertad de los agentes no juega ningún papel. La influencia de la filosofía práctica sobre la economía en la segunda mitad del siglo XX determinó un viraje de la reflexión acerca de la distribución al aportar un enfoque procedimental fundamentado en un consenso donde lo político y moral de los agentes económicos es su rasgo distintivo.

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  • Maria Teresa Lopera Chaves, 2000. "Justicia distributiva y economia: una perspectiva etica," Lecturas de Economía, Universidad de Antioquia, Departamento de Economía, issue 53, pages 75-89, Julio Dic.
  • Handle: RePEc:lde:journl:y:2000:i:53:p:75-89
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