公正の理論と社会福祉:経済学的アプローチ<br>A Theory of Fairness and Social Welfare (Econometric Society Monographs)

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公正の理論と社会福祉:経済学的アプローチ
A Theory of Fairness and Social Welfare (Econometric Society Monographs)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 316 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

Offers a way to think about social justice in economic models and make evaluations of concrete policies, rigorously based on basic principles of efficiency and fairness.

Full Description

The definition and measurement of social welfare have been a vexed issue for the past century. This book makes a constructive, easily applicable proposal and suggests how to evaluate the economic situation of a society in a way that gives priority to the worse-off and that respects each individual's preferences over his or her own consumption, work, leisure and so on. This approach resonates with the current concern to go 'beyond the GDP' in the measurement of social progress. Compared to technical studies in welfare economics, this book emphasizes constructive results rather than paradoxes and impossibilities, and shows how one can start from basic principles of efficiency and fairness and end up with concrete evaluations of policies. Compared to more philosophical treatments of social justice, this book is more precise about the definition of social welfare and reaches conclusions about concrete policies and institutions only after a rigorous derivation from clearly stated principles.

Contents

Preface; Introduction; Part I. Basics: 1. A contribution to welfare economics; 2. Efficiency versus equality; 3. Priority to the worst-off; 4. The informational basis of social orderings; Part II. Distribution: 5. Fair distribution of divisible goods: two approaches; 6. Specific domains; 7. Extensions; Part III. Production: 8. Public good; 9. Private good; 10. Unequal skills; 11. Income taxation; Conclusions; Proofs.