When we study attitudes, norms, and institutions we need to do so in a way that engages with wider reflections on what matters rather than banging our heads against brick walls that we have built for ourselves. There are diverse opinions within the economics profession and there is a core group who would likely prefer to defend the traditional paradigm against some of the developments that have been highlighted here. [Besley, T. What’s the Good of the Market? An Essay on Michael Sandel’s What Money Can’t Buy. Journal of Economic Literature 2013, 51(2), 478–495 (grifos meus]
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