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Volume 33, Issue 2.
Stephen B. Young examines the 2008 financial crisis from the perspective of ethical economics. His analysis reveals both failures at the structural and individual level that have shaken capitalism to its very foundation. In response, Young proposes a new set of ethical principles and prescribes a number of corrective policies, which are codified in ... read morethe "Caux Round Table Approach." Young argues that, if adopted, these principles and policies would generate truly sustainable economic growth based on the production of value; this, Young argues, may in turn strengthen one's faith in capitalism.