It defines the political role of regional capitalists during and after the Arab uprisings, prospects for the emergence of a more independent bourgeoisie, economic reform and new social contracts
Citizens demanding social contracts
take p(r) as given, as they have no market power.
The Social Contract
in America: From the Revolution to the Present Age.
can range from political theory about the representative behavior of the individual that would be generalized to all, to the more immediate assumptions of life.
These are stockholder theory, stakeholder theory, and social contract
WITH BIG BUSINESS CAST AS A VILLAIN AS IT DOWNSIZES THE WORK FORCE AND TRIES TO BECOME MORE EFFICIENT, CEOS MAKE THE CASE FOR A NEW SOCIAL CONTRACT
BETWEEN EMPLOYERS AND WORKERS - AND THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COSTS OF FAILING TO DO SO.
Cancelbunny and Lazarus battle it out on the frontier of cyberspace - and suggest the limits of social contracts
As Sobel points out regarding the League of Nations formation, social contracts
are important in establishing a set of principles and laws intended to promote orderly conduct among nations.
Logical responses on Wason tests involving social contracts
vary with one's perspective on cheating, Gigerenzer and Hug report in the May 1992 COGNITION.
Moreover, Social Contracts
elsewhere, in exchange for wage restraint, offered unions investment planning, price and dividend controls, and wealth and other redistributive taxation.
After examining existing theories of justice, transnational ethics, and cosmopolitanism, the author proposes two global social contracts
, one for ethical relations between states and one governing the global economy.
Equipped with these conceptual lenses, Binmore has revisited foundational issues concerning the nature of social contracts
, and such constructs as the original position, and the categorical imperative.
here is to explore the phenomenon of terrorism as a product of violated or illegitimate social contracts