[URPE] WEA only Ethics Conference - online discussion starts Monday 12th March (apologies for any cross-posting)
afreeman at iwgvt.org
Fri Mar 9 10:33:21 MST 2012
You are cordially invited to take part in the online ethics conference of
the World Economics Association for which discussion opens on Monday 12th
March and will continue for a month.
Papers, listed below, have now been uploaded to the site. You can view and
download a list of abstracts, and individual papers, by visiting
http://weaethicsconference.wordpress.com/. To take part by joining the
discussion, please register using the link at the top right of the page,
unless you have already done so.
Papers accepted for the conference are as follows:
What constitutes ethical conduct for economists?
Riccardo Baldissone: And the Real Butchers, Brewers and Bakers? Towards the
Integration of Ethics and Economics
Stuart Birks: No ethical issues in economics?
George De Martino: Professional Economic Ethics:Why Heterodox Economists
Sheila Dow: Codes of Ethics for Economists: A Pluralist View
Peter Earl: Real-World Economics and the Ethics of Teaching
Alan Freeman: Towards an assertive pluralist code of conduct for economists
Tom Walker: Crisis, Credit and Credulity: the incredible circulation of a
Should economics have an ethical content?
Manuel Couret Branco: Economics for human rights
Victoria Chick: Economics and the Good Life: Keynes and Schumacher
Angelo Fusari: Economics and Society. Freedom-creativity and social justice
Christian Kellermann, Sebastian Dullien, and Hansjörg Herr: A Decent
Capitalism for a Good Society
Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid and Martín Puchet Anyul: Ethics and Macroeconomics
Avner Offer: A Warrant for Pain: Market Liberalism c. 1970-2010
Elena Sapir: Ethics in Economics and the Geoeconomy as a Synthetic Approach
Is Economics really a Positive Science
Howard Aylesworth: Human Nature
Geoff Davies: Bad Theory, Bad Practice: Bad Ethics
Gerald Gutenschwager: Is Economics a Value Free Science?
Karey Harrison: Ontological Commitments of Ethics and Economics
Arun G. Mukhopadhyay: Corruption of Economics, Growth Fethishism and
Robert Nelson: Economics versus Environmentalism: Core Belief Systems in
Susumo Ono: Economics as a Moral Science and an Economics of Virtue
Alice Puyana: On Ethics and Economics
The theory and practice of ethics
Wendy Olsen: The Ethics of the Economics of Working Time of Couples: Theory
and Applied Statistical Methods.
Irene Sotiropoulou: Short Stories of Dependency 2.0 Ethics in Economics
Research Three years later
John F. Tomer: Brain Physiology, Egoistic and Empathic Motivation, and Brain
Plasticity: Toward a More Human Economics
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