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Social Externalities and Economic Analysis

Marc Fleurbaey and Brody Viney consider and assesses the concept of social externalities through human interdependence, in relation to the economic analysis of externalities in the tradition of Pigou and Arrow, including the analysis of the commons. It argues that there are limits to economic analysis.

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