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Kapitalismus als System zur Verwirklichung moralischer Anliegen - Ordonomische Denkanstöße

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Dieser Beitrag formuliert aus der wirtschaftsethischen Perspektive des ordonomischen Forschungsprogramms einige Denkanstöße, die dazu beitragen sollen, ein differenzierte(re)s Moralurteil über 'Kapitalismus' zu entwickeln: Kapitalismus setzt Wettbewerbsanreize ein, um Produktionseffizienz und Innovationsdynamik zu fördern. Durch solche Wettbewerbsanreize sind die einzelnen individuellen Handlungen und ihre sozial aggregierten Ergebnisse einerseits intentional entkoppelt, andererseits aber institutionell verknüpft. Auf diese Weise avancieren die Anreizwirkungen des kapitalistischen Ordnungsrahmens zum system(at)ischen Ort der Moral. Von ihnen hängt es ab, ob die Ergebnisse normativ erwünscht oder unerwünscht sind-und inwiefern es gelingt, den Kapitalismus als System zur Verwirklichung moralischer Anliegen in Dienst zu nehmen.

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  • Pies, Ingo, 2021. "Kapitalismus als System zur Verwirklichung moralischer Anliegen - Ordonomische Denkanstöße," Discussion Papers 2021-01, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Chair of Economic Ethics.
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