Gli economisti, la distribuzione, la giustizia: Milton Friedman
The main goal of this essay is to outline the fundamental theses of Milton Friedman about the distribution of all goods. The ethical principles supporting and justifying the Friedman’s positions are enucleated, and some theoretical and practical difficulties in terms of justice inherent in his conceptions are set in evidence. I.e. the difficulties in particular inherent to a model of society and economics founded on freedom in the widest sense, of all actors and agents, and substantially of all citizens.
Volume (Year): 115 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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