The Moral Limits of Markets – What is their role in a good society?

The Moral Limits of Markets – What is their role in a good society?


JAPAN-TOKYO -   Today, there are very few things that money can’t buy. If you are sentenced to a jail term in Santa Barbara, California, and don’t like the standard accommodations, you can buy a prison-cell upgrade for about $90 per night.

If you want to help to prevent the tragic fact that, each year, thousands of babies are born to drug-addicted mothers, you can contribute to a charity that uses a market mechanism to ameliorate the problem: a $300 cash grant to any...


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