This item the moral economy why good incentives are no substitute for good citizens castle lectures series by samuel bowles hardcover 2750 only 7 left in stock order soon ships from and sold by amazoncom. Samuel stebbins bowles is an american economist and professor emeritus at the university of massachusetts amherst where he continues to teach courses on microeconomics and the theory of institutions. The moral economy plows new ground in exploring how the actions we take are motivated by their meaning samuel bowles is proposing a paradigm shift in how we think about our lives and about economics george akerlof nobel laureate in economics. In the moral economy samuel bowles explores the details of this and its broader implications the policy paradigm of synergy between incentives and constraints on the one hand and ethical and other regarding motivations on the other in this he draws on psychological and experimental studies as well as economic theory and he always keeps . Samuel bowles an economist at the santa fe institute thinks this dogma is false in his tightly argued and illuminating book the moral economy why good incentives are no substitute for good citizens bowles makes the case that appeals made to our self interest can undercut instinctive moral impulses and that when these impulses are
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