Economic Responsibility

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Preface and acknowledgements.- Foreword.- 1 From the Economics of Responsibility to Economic Responsibility: Introduction; Michaela Haase.- Part I Theories and Frameworks: Interdependence and Complexity.- 2 John Maurice Clark: An Early Classic of Ordo Responsibility; Ingo Pies.- 3 Externalities, Complexity and Justice: Exploring the New Paradigm of ‘Deliberative Trade Policy’; Carsten Herrmann-Pillath.- 4 The Regulative Idea of Recursive Operations: A Second-Order Cybernetic Approach to Responsibility; Stefan Hielscher and Helge Löbler.- Part II Topics: Problematic Online Advertising and Female Homeworkers in a Global Supply Chain.- 5 Who is Responsible? Institutions for Self-Control and the Spread of Problematic Online Advertising; Jutta Krautter, Markus Feiks, Uta Müller and Guido Zurstiege.- 6 The Position of Female Homeworkers in a Global Supply Chain: How Do Capitalist Labor Market Practices Interplay with Gender Ideologies?; Farah Naz.- Part III Consequences: Economic Models and Economic Responsibility.- 7 On the Responsibility for Economic Models and their Use; Klaus Kornwachs.- 8 Economic Responsibility Revisited; Michaela Haase.- About the Authors.- Appendix - The Changing Basis of Economic Responsibility by John Maurice Clark.- Index.
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07.04.2017

Herausgeber

Michaela Haase

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263

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PD Dr. Michaela Haase (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany), Head of the Center for Marketing Ethics at the Freie Universität Berlin, studied economics, philosophy of science and political science at the Freie Universität Berlin. She held positions in and beyond academia such as the Freie Universität Berlin and the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Her areas of expertise include marketing theory, business ethics, institutional economics, and philosophy of science. 

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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07.04.2017

Herausgeber

Michaela Haase

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Springer

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263

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24,1/16/2,1 cm

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588 g

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1st ed. 2017

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Englisch

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978-3-319-52098-8

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  • Economic Responsibility
  • Preface and acknowledgements.- Foreword.- 1 From the Economics of Responsibility to Economic Responsibility: Introduction; Michaela Haase.- Part I Theories and Frameworks: Interdependence and Complexity.- 2 John Maurice Clark: An Early Classic of Ordo Responsibility; Ingo Pies.- 3 Externalities, Complexity and Justice: Exploring the New Paradigm of ‘Deliberative Trade Policy’; Carsten Herrmann-Pillath.- 4 The Regulative Idea of Recursive Operations: A Second-Order Cybernetic Approach to Responsibility; Stefan Hielscher and Helge Löbler.- Part II Topics: Problematic Online Advertising and Female Homeworkers in a Global Supply Chain.- 5 Who is Responsible? Institutions for Self-Control and the Spread of Problematic Online Advertising; Jutta Krautter, Markus Feiks, Uta Müller and Guido Zurstiege.- 6 The Position of Female Homeworkers in a Global Supply Chain: How Do Capitalist Labor Market Practices Interplay with Gender Ideologies?; Farah Naz.- Part III Consequences: Economic Models and Economic Responsibility.- 7 On the Responsibility for Economic Models and their Use; Klaus Kornwachs.- 8 Economic Responsibility Revisited; Michaela Haase.- About the Authors.- Appendix - The Changing Basis of Economic Responsibility by John Maurice Clark.- Index.