Rowman and Littlefield International

On Ethics and Economics

Series Editor: Mark D. White

On Ethics and Economics will explore the ethical aspects of topics traditionally studied through economics. Starting from the position that no economic issue should be examined in an ethical vacuum, books in the series will feature philosophers, economists and other scholars exploring ethics behind issues normally treated as primarily economic in nature. Titles will explore the implicit ethical assumptions made when discussing issues and propose alternative ethical foundations for them, as well as investigating ethical aspects of issues that are often neglected.

Proposals for titles in this series can be sent to Isobel Cowper-Coles, Commissioning Editor, Philosophy ([email protected])  or Professor Mark D. White, [email protected].

Editorial Review Board

Advisory Board:

Albino Barrera (Providence College, USA)

John Broome (Corpus Christi, University of Oxford, UK)

Peter Cserne (University of Hull, UK)

George DeMartino (University of Denver, USA)

Gerald Gaus (University of Arizona, USA

Daniel Hausman (University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA)

Julie Nelson (University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA)

David Schmidtz (University of Arizona, USA)

Jonathan B. Wight (College of Richmond, USA)

Andrew Yuengert (Pepperdine University, USA)

Editorial Board:

Erik Angner (George Mason University, USA)

Jennifer A. Baker (College of Charleston, USA)

Christian Becker (Colorado State University, USA)

Thom Brooks (University of Durham, UK)

Ricardo Crespo (Universidad Austral, Argentina)

Stefano Solari (University of Padua, Italy)