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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
July 1994 Issue - 18 Articles
- The Social Responsibility of Corporations and How to Make It Work for You, pp. 332-335
Boom time for business ethicists.
- Communitarian and Individualist Ideas in Business, pp. 336-338
If communitarianism prevails, it will become increasingly difficult to sustain a modern...
- Duty and Interest, pp. 339-342
The convergence of what we ought to do with what we want to do.
- Ideas and Consequences, pp. 343-345
- The Worker in Contemporary Society, pp. 346-350
Expanding commerce and advancing technology offer new challenges-and opportunities.
- The Ethics of Affirmative Action, pp. 351-353
Coercive preferential programs can never allocate skills where they are most needed.
- The Parable of the Talents: The Bible and Entrepreneurs, pp. 354-357
Is there a contradiction between business success and living the christian life?
- Sweet Speculation, pp. 358-360
The role of the speculator.
- Art and Commerce, pp. 361-364
Art flourishes most dramatically when it pairs creativity with business acumen.
- Money and Its Image Problem, pp. 365-369
The spiritual nature of money.
- Commercial Banking in a Free Society, pp. 370-372
Free banking would mean safer, more efficient, and more productive banking.
- Regulation and Productivity, pp. 373-376
Three examples of how regulation adversely affects the business community.
- Business in the Global Community, pp. 377-378
The benefits of voluntary exchange.
- Peace, Political Science, and Pedagogy, pp. 379-380
Can we teach peace?
- The Tribal Premise of Welfare Capitalism Illustrated, pp. 381-384
The dangers of "positive entitlement."
- --- by Mark Skousen, pp. 385-387
[+] Review Phantom Risk, by Kenneth R. Foster, David E. B... (Review) , pp. 388-390
- Phantom Risk by Kenneth R. Foster, David E. Bernstein, and Peter W. Huber, ...
[+] Review Bankers and Regulators, by Hans F. Sennholz (Review) , pp. 391-394
- Bankers and Regulators by Hans F. Sennholz