- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- 1 The Moral Imperatives of Global Capitalism: An Overview
- 2 Private Morality and Capitalism: Learning from the Past
- 3 Institutions and Morality: An Economist's Appraisal
- 4 Towards a New Paradigm of Development*
- 5 Transformation of Society: Implications for Globalization
- 6 An Ethical Framework for the Global Market Economy
- 7 The Challenge of Global Capitalism: A Christian Perspective
- 8 The Challenge of Global Capitalism: An Islamic Perspective
- 9 Global Covenant: A Jewish Perspective on Globalization
- 10 The Challenge of Global Capitalism: The Perspective of Eastern Religions
- 11 A Universal Culture of Human Rights and Freedom's Habits: Caritapolis
- 12 On the Political Relevance of Global Civil Society
- 13 The Business Community: Social Responsibility and Corporate Values
- 14 Governments and Supranational Agencies: A New Consensus?
- 15 Global Social Justice: The Moral Responsibilities of the Rich to the Poor
- 16 Conclusions: In Search of a Global Moral Architecture
- (p.1) Introduction
- Making Globalization Good
John H. Dunning
- Oxford University Press
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