Luis Figueroa has a conversation with Dwight Lee regarding the issues that surround the idea of morality in the market. They discuss why market is commonly viewed as immoral and explains a few of the main causes for this trend. He also comments on the importance of this issue for a society and discuss the benefits of its existence. Finally, Lee talks about the various ways of cooperation that are attached to market and morality, which ultimately satisfy the needs and demands of the individual within the social context.
Morality of the Market Manuel Ayau on Liberty and the Fundamentals of Economic Exchange I Dwight Lee
Business School Building, EN-606 Universidad Francisco Marroquín Guatemala, April 29, 2011
A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, June 2011 Camera: Jorge Samayoa, Mario Estrada; digital editing: Claudia de Obregón; index and synopsis: Sergio Bustamante; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Claudia de Obregón, Sofía Díaz
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Dwight R. Lee
Dwight R. Lee is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Private Enterprise. He is a research fellow at The Independent Institute and professor at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests cover a variety of areas, including the economics of the environment and natural resources, economics of political decision making, and labor economics. He is coauthor of the books Economics in Our Time (with R. McNown), Microeconomics (with F. Glahe), Taxation and the Deficit Economy (which he edited), and Regulating Government (with R. McKenzie). Lee holds a PhD in economics from the University of California, San Diego.