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Introduction Policy makers often enact social policies with the expressed goal of making society better off. Likewise, most religions and/or religious movements include a common goal of social improvement. In order to assess positive statements regarding the effectiveness of a policy or program improving social welfare, economists and philosophers have relied on social choice theory. Social choice is useful for analyzing the implications of a certain allocation of resources. Even as economists have been more willing to make normative statements regarding economic policy, the rigorous study of social choice theory has been in decline. (1)

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2011
22 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
18
Pages
PUBLISHER
Acton Institute
SIZE
243.9
KB

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