Nico Stehr, Moral Markets: How Knowledge and Affluence Change Consumers and Products (Book Review)

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Nico Stehr, Moral Markets: How Knowledge and Affluence Change Consumers and Products (Book Review)

Creator

Date

2009/5/29

Abstract

This article reviews a book that argues for the rise of what the author, a Canadian sociologist, terms "moral markets" in which ethical considerations among consumers factor into, and at times in lieu of, the rational calculation of utility presumed by neoclassical economics.

Journal Title

Canadian Journal of Sociology

Journal Volume & Issue

vol. 34 iss. 2

Subject Terms

book review; economics; market; marketplace; models

Page Range

529-531

Files

Carducci_Stehr_Review.pdf

Citation

Vince Carducci, “Nico Stehr, Moral Markets: How Knowledge and Affluence Change Consumers and Products (Book Review),” CCS Research Repository, accessed June 25, 2024, https://omeka.collegeforcreativestudies.edu/items/show/62.

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