Economic liberalism and social justice (Volume 30.1)

Free markets both alleviate poverty and empower the poor

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Contents

Main articles

Economic liberalism and social justice (editorial) by John Meadowcroft and Gerard Casey
Inspecting the foundations of liberalism by Anthony de Jasay
Land reform as social justice: the case of South Africa by Karol Boudreaux (sample article)
Some common misconceptions in discussion of markets and morality by Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Suggestions on rebuilding Catholic Social Teaching on economics by William R. Luckey
The knowledge inheritance theory of distributive social justice by Elaine Sternberg

Other articles

The future of markets by John Kay
State education in the nineteenth century: demanded or imposed by Kate McNally
Why are some places rich while others are poor? The institutional necessity of economic freedom by Art Carden and Joshua Hall
Dr Olson's antidote for institutional sclerosis by John Considine and Robert Butler
The sustained impacts of taxi deregulation by Sean D. Barrett
Globalisation: past and present by Dilip K. Das
Controlling bankers' bonuses: efficient regulation or politics of envy? by Kent Matthews and Owen Matthews
The Spanish external sector: a policy of trade openness by Estela Saenz
The use and abuse of markets in housing policy by Peter King
Fair trade is counterproductive and unfair: rejoinder by Colleen Haight and David R. Henderson

Economic viewpoints

Challenging the empirical emp