Freedom and the Market

MMS195FS

Introduces students to three ethically distinct perspectives on the market using approaches in political philosophy from the right, left and center; explores the works of political theorists and economists such as Robert Nozick, Milton Friedman, John Maynard Keynes, Frederick Hayes and Amartya Sen; examines the ethical stances that these authors take; explores contemporary media to see how the former thinkers have influenced current debate; examines examples of when the free market fails and discuss if, when and how government should respond; investigates how culture influences the market and how globalization has either enhanced or reduced individual freedom. Focus program students only. One course.

Curriculum Codes: 

W, SS, EI