Readership: General readers and students interested in philosophy, ethics and economics.
Debra Satz, Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society, Stanford University
"[This book] is a profound gathering of reflections, carefully structured, and a clear contribution to the debate on commercialization in healthcare." - Paul Schotsmans, Ethical Perspectives
"important and illuminating" - Russell Keat, Economics and Philosophy
Chapter One: What Do Markets Do?
Chapter Two: The Changing Visions of Economics
Chapter Three: The Market's Place and Scope in Contemporary Egalitarian Political Theory
Chapter Four: Noxious Markets
Chapter Five: Markets in Women's Reproductive Labor
Chapter Six: Markets in Women's Sexual Labor
Chapter Seven: Child Labor: A Normative Perspective
Chapter Eight: Voluntary Slavery and the Limits of the Market
Chapter Nine: Ethical Issues in The Supply and Demand of Human Kidneys