Distributive Justice And Allocation By The Market: On The Characterization Of A Fair Market Economy
(First published in Mathematical Social Sciences (1987) 14(3), 225-237) - After critically examining different notions of fairness in allocating goods and leisure in an economy with production, the paper considers an alternative approach to distributive justice and discusses the concept of a fair market economy (EAFME).
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