Edited by Mark D. White
This collection of essays by prominent economists and philosophers showcases the important contributions that markets can make to important topics within social economics, including practical issues such as poverty and disaster relief, as well as more general concerns regarding ethics and well-being.
Table of Contents of Accepting the Invisible Hand
- Markets and Dignity: The Essential Link (With an Application to Health Care) - White, Mark D.
- Markets, Discovery, and Social Problems - Meadowcroft, John
- Economic Freedom and Global Poverty - Gwartney, James D. (et al.)
- Don’t Let the Best Be the Enemy of the Good: A Stoic Defense of the Market - Baker, Jennifer A.
- Ethics in the Mayan Marketplace - Blevins, Benjamin (et al.)
- Philanthropy and the Invisible Hand: Hayek, Boulding, and Beyond - Garnett, Robert F., Jr.
- Life in the Market Is Good for You - McCloskey, Deirdre Nansen
- Doing the Right Things: The Private Sector Response to Hurricane Katrina as a Case Study in the Bourgeois Virtues - Horwitz, Steven