Last edited by Aragrel
Monday, May 11, 2020 | History

3 edition of Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice found in the catalog.

Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice

Wulf Gaertner

Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice

by Wulf Gaertner

  • 241 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distributive justice.,
  • Social choice.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementW. Gaertner, M. Klemisch-Ahlert.
    SeriesLecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ;, 387
    ContributionsKlemisch-Ahlert, M. 1953-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB835 .G25 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 131 p. :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1721109M
    ISBN 103540558152, 0387558152
    LC Control Number92024420

    OPERATIONALIZING DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE social choice, the theory of bargaining and of cooperative games, and the theory of fair allocation (Fleurbaey, ). an Islamic Economics perspective, distributive justice is emphasized at all stages of Author: Shafinah Rahim, Mustafa Omar Mohammed.   Equally at home in economic theory and political philosophy, John Roemer has written a unique book that critiques economists' conceptions of justice from a philosophical perspective and philosophical theories of distributive justice from an economic one/5.

      Distributive Justice Debates in Political and Social Thought: Perspectives on Finding a Fair Share by Camilla Boisen and Matthew C. Murray (eds.), London: Routledge, cal theory in the Global North. The idea of distributive justice, concerning who ought to get what and why, is one of the central pillars of modern political theory. Get FREE shipping on Theories of Distributive Justice by John E. Roemer, from Equally at home in economic theory and political philosophy, John Roemer has written a unique book that critiques economists' conceptions of justice from a philosophical perspective and philosophical theories of distributive.

      Fraser’s Theory of Justice: A Two-Dimensional Approach. After drawing this conclusion, Fraser poses four questions: Is recognition really a matter of justice, or is it a matter of self-realization? Do distributive justice and recognition constitute two . This chapter introduces the idea of distributive justice. It identifies several different views of what characterizes distributive justice, as opposed to other types of justice and to non-justice-based moral demands. The preconditions of distributive justice, its primary subject and its object, and its normative significance are discussed. The chapter then suggests that bringing the diversity.


Share this book
You might also like
1978 census of agriculture.

1978 census of agriculture.

Silas Marner

Silas Marner

New interiors 1.

New interiors 1.

Remarkable events in the career of Napoleon.

Remarkable events in the career of Napoleon.

B.C.S. auxiliary branch programmes.

B.C.S. auxiliary branch programmes.

Bloody Kansas

Bloody Kansas

TA ENTERPRISE BERHAD

TA ENTERPRISE BERHAD

Historic Leach Cemetery, Anderson County, Tennessee

Historic Leach Cemetery, Anderson County, Tennessee

Violence in America: why?

Violence in America: why?

Tales from Shakespeare

Tales from Shakespeare

Ship Fever Reading Group Guide

Ship Fever Reading Group Guide

Ciba Foundation symposium on extrasensory perception.

Ciba Foundation symposium on extrasensory perception.

Concerto, no. 1, A minor, for violoncello and orchestra.

Concerto, no. 1, A minor, for violoncello and orchestra.

Golden sunsets

Golden sunsets

arrow and the lamp

arrow and the lamp

Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice by Wulf Gaertner Download PDF EPUB FB2

This may be disappointing for the outside observer but one can also view this as achallenge, at least as long as one thinks that distributive justice is an issue economics should be concerned with.

Many problems of distributive justice can be described as follows: There is a fixed collection of well-defined objects (usually commodi­ ties) which are quantitatively measurable and perfectly divisible.

Social Choice and Bargaining Perspectives on Distributive Justice (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems): Economics Books @ Social Choice and Bargaining Perspectives on Distributive Justice.

Authors (view affiliations) henceforth we shall use the term "distributive justice" ­ should be defined and characterized. Bargaining Theory Distributive Justice Theorie kollektiver Entscheidungen Verhandlungstheorie Verteilungsgerechtigkeit bargaining information.

Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice. [Wulf Gaertner; M Klemisch-Ahlert] Ch. Models of Bargaining and Distributive Justice \/ Wulf Gaertner and Marlies Klemisch-Ahlert. Nash\'s Bargaining Solution.

The Kalai-Smorodinsky Solution. Gauthier\'s Maximin Solution -- Ch. Axiomatic Characterizations of Gauthier. Social choice and bargaining perspectives on distributive justice. [Wulf Gaertner; Marlies Klemisch-Ahlert] Models of Bargaining and Distributive Justice.- 4: Axiomatic Characterizations of Gauthier's Bargaining Solution.- 5: Distributive Results in Bargaining Experiments.- Author Index.

Gaertner W., Klemisch-Ahlert M. () Models of Bargaining and Distributive Justice. In: Social Choice and Bargaining Perspectives on Distributive Justice. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, vol Author: Wulf Gaertner, Marlies Klemisch-Ahlert.

A Primer in Social Choice Theory (LSE Perspectives in Economic Analysis) Wulf Gaertner. Year: Language: english. File: Social Choice and Bargaining Perspectives on Distributive Justice.

Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. A search query can be a title of the book, a name of the author, ISBN or anything else. Nejat Anbarci & Ching-jen Sun, "Distributive justice and the Nash bargaining solution," Social Choice and Welfare, Springer;The Society for Social Choice and Welfare, vol.

37(3), pagesSeptember. Richard B. Howarth & Matthew A. Wilson, Ea Mulligan, Margie Ripper, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Justice. Distributive justice is a key ethical principle that applies to the provision of social goods including public health services.

Health services are an instrumental, rather than an absolute, good in that they are not good in and of themselves, but only insofar as they facilitate survival.

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW ELSEVIER European Economic Review 38 () Social Ethics and Normative Economics Distributive justice: Theoretical foundations and empirical findings Wulf Gaertner* Department of Economics, University of Osnabriick, D Osnabriick, Germany Abstract The first part of this paper discusses various theories of distributive justice such as Cited by:   Theories of Distributive Justice by John E.

Roemer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Theories of Distributive Justice John E. Roemer Equally at home in economic theory and political philosophy, John Roemer has written a unique book that critiques economists' conceptions of justice from a philosophical perspective and philosophical theories of distributive justice from an.

Homans (, p. ) expressed this rule somewhat more formally, as follows: “Distributive justice involves a relationship between two persons, P 1 and P 2, one of whom can be assessed as higher than, equal to, or lower than, the other; and their two shares, or rewards, R 1 and R 2.

The condition of distributive justice is satisfied. Wulf Gaertner is the author of A Primer in Social Choice Theory ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Empirical Social Choice ( av /5(10).

He extends the theory of social choice to show how individual preferences can be aggregated into social preferences over various economic alternatives. He critiques the standard applications of axiomatic bargaining theory to distributive justice, showing that they ignore information on available resources and preference by: Equally at home in economic theory and political philosophy, John Roemer has written a unique book that critiques economists' conceptions of justice from a philosophical perspective and philosophical theories of distributive justice from an economic one.

He unites the economist's skill in constructing precise, axiomatic models with the philosopher's in exploring the assumptions of those models. The Connection between Arrovian Social Choice and Distributive Justice; Social Choice on Economic Environments; Conclusion; Axiomatic Bargaining Theory.

Justice as Rational Prudence; The Nash Bargaining Solution; Other Axiomatizations of the Nash Solution; The Kalai-Smorodinsky and Egalitarian Solutions; A Criticism from the Economic Point of View; Conclusion.

Distributive justice and willingness to pay for municipality child care. Social Justice Research, Vol. 10, Issue. 1, p. Comparing the self-interest and social identity perspectives. By Tom Tyler, Robyn M. Dawes; Edited by Barbara A. Mellers, Considerations of fairness also constrain behavioral choice.

People often eschew egoistically. "Fair Bargains: Distributive Justice and Nash Bargaining Theory," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol.

66(3), pages Marco Mariotti, " Fair Bargains: Distributive Justice and Nash Bargaining Theory," Royal Holloway, University of London: Discussion Papers in Economics 98/16, Department of Economics, Royal.

He extends the economic theory of social choice to show how individual preferences can be aggregated into social preferences over various alternatives. He critiques the standard applications of axiomatic bargaining theory to distributive justice, showing that they ignore information on available resources and preference orderings.Marlies Klemisch-Ahlert's 20 research works with 86 citations and 94 reads, including: Norms in Economic and Ethical Environments.This introductory text explores the theory of social choice.

This text is an important starting point for students grappling with the complexities of social choice theory.

Rigorous yet accessible, with new chapter exercises, it avoids the use of technical language and provides an up-to-date discussion of this rapidly developing field.