Modern Theories Of Money The Nature And Role Of Money In Capitalist Economies


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1. Scope and Role of Distributive Principles. Distributive principles vary in numerous dimensions. They vary in what is considered relevant to distributive justice (income, wealth, opportunities, jobs, welfare, utility, etc.); in the nature of the recipients of the distribution (individual persons, groups of persons, reference classes, etc.); and on what basis the distribution should be made.


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