La supériorité du libéralisme est mathématiquement démontrée. La fin du travail et la mondialisation. Rennes: Presse Universitaires de Rennes. One of the aspects of this transformation concerns the need for a democratic control of the market. Globalization versus democracy -- Conclusion: Economics for human rights.
Review of Radical Political Economics 39 1 : 5- 26. The tragedy of the commons. In this book Manuel Couret Branco shows how mainstream economics discourse is intrinsically opposed to the promotion of human rights, especially economic, social and cultural rights. Asia Times on-line, March 26, available at. This series provides a forum for research which is developing alternative forms of economic analysis. Ética política, económica e a compreensão do desenvolvimento económico. Consequently, they should be complementing rather competing.
In other words, the book proposes the recognition of economics as essentially a political science, and, thereby, the rehabilitation of politics within economics' discourse. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. This transformation should be characterised by reinstating the primacy of the person over the economy, by replacing economics at the service of human dignity. Anti-libertarianism: Markets, philosophy and myth. Adjustment with a human face, 2 vols. The first stage of this demonstration concerns the deconstruction of the naturalization process of economics, in other words the process through which putative economic laws became equivalent to natural laws, which transformed economic decisions into technical issues supposedly free from democratic debate.
Economics versus democracy -- 6. Contents: Table of contents : Economics and human rights lost in translation -- Economics versus the right to work -- Economics versus the provision of goods and services as human rights -Economics versus cultural freedom -- Economics versus democracy -- Globalization versus democracy -- Conclusion : economics for human rights -- Bibliography -- Index. In The case against the global economy, ed. Direito de acesso à água: Princípios económicos para o seu usufruto na agricultura. Lisboa: Comissão Nacional Justiça e Paz.
In Reclaiming public water: Achievements, struggles and visions from around the world, ed. The return of depression economics and the crisis of 2008. In Contemporary political philosophy, ed. Consequently, they should be complementing rather competing. The global water supply and sanitation assessment 2000. La démocratie et le marché. Beyond scarcity: Power, poverty and the global water crisis.
Corporate governance and democracy: The stakeholder debate revisited. Second there is also a contradiction between aiming at maximizing social utility and ensuring rights. In other words, the book proposes the recognition of economics as essentially a political science, and, thereby, the rehabilitation of politics within economics' discourse. Ciência e política em Portugal: O caso da Doença das Vacas Loucas. Landscape and Urban Planning 75: 175- 186. The main purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that mainstream liberal economics is intrinsically contradictory to the democratic ideal. Human rights and economics are the concepts that have contributed the most to free human kind, the former from fear and the latter from need.
Considering a variety of issues, this book looks at the conflict between economics and human rights at a theoretical level; how economics is opposed to the right to work; how economics, being a science concerned with the provision of goods and services for commercial purposes, conflicts with the idea of providing those same goods and services as rights, using as examples the right to water and the right to social security; the opposition of economics to cultural freedom, supported by the argument that economics tends to homogenize cultures on the basis of the idea that there is only one best culture to fulfil economic objectives; how economics contributes to the erosion of the democratic idea; and, finally, the opposition of economic globalisation to democracy. Democracy: From city-states to a cosmopolitan order. In this book Manuel Couret Branco shows how mainstream economics discourse is intrinsically opposed to the promotion of human rights, especially economic, social and cultural rights. The E-mail message field is required. This transformation should be characterised by reinstating the primacy of the person over the economy, by replacing economics at the service of human dignity. Columbia Human Rights Law Review 33 2 : 363- 471. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 3rd ed.
America beyond capitalism: Reclaiming our wealth, our liberty, and our democracy. Human rights and economics are the concepts that have contributed the most to free human kind, the former from fear and the latter from need. O Homem Económico contra a Economia Humana: Fundamentos não utilitaristas para uma nova economia. In Economia com compromisso: Ensaios em memória de José Dias Sena, ed. The rhetoric of reaction: Perversity, futility, jeopardy.
Finally, the market being considered the default regulation institution, the human right to water is hindered because markets are both inefficient in reaching universal coverage and unaccountable. Purchase or institutional license may be required for access. Unfortunately it does not seem to be the case. American politicization of the International Monetary Fund. Table of Contents Introduction, Chapter 1: Economics and Human Rights Lost in Translation, Chapter 2: Economics Versus the Right to Work, Chapter 3: Economics Versus the Provision of Goods and Services as Human Rights, Chapter 4: Economics Versus Cultural Freedom, Chaper 5: Economics Versus Democracy, Chapter 6: Globalization Versus Democracy, Conclusion: Economics for Human Rights. Free trade, the great destroyer. New York: Hill and Wang.
The doctrine of light-heavy and Kuan-Chong economic policies. De la démocratie en Amérique. Unfortunately it does not seem to be the case. Development betrayed: The end of progress and co-evolutionary revisioning of the future. The main conclusion of the book is that enhancing human rights in the global economy era demands a radical transformation of economics and of the economy. The mythic victory of market capitalism. In The case against the global economy, ed.