Since the days of Adam Smith, ethics and economics have been closely intertwined, and were nominally separated only with the advent of neoclassical economics in the beginning of the last century. In the last several decades, the literature renewing the bond between ethics and economics has flourished, to the benefit of both disciplines. The current volume compiles papers from special issues of Review of Political Economy (edited by van Staveren) and Review of Social Economy (edited by White) exploring the frontiers of this intersection; taken together, the eleven papers in this book focus on three signature issues in ethics and economics. ...

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van Staveren, I., & White, M. (2010). Introduction [to Ethics and Economics. New Perspectives]. In ISS Staff Group 3: Human Resources and Local Development. Retrieved from