An Exchange Theory of Social Justice
A Gains from Trade under Uncertainty Perspective
By Anthony J. Gill
Social justice in a world of ambiguity and change should aim to ensure the greatest number of opportunities for individuals to engage in exchange with each other. This conception of social justice, although rooted in distributional concerns, rests on a procedural definition of human interaction rather than an outcome-based notion.
This article will be posted in full nine months after its initial print publication. To read it now, please buy an electronic version of this issue for $2.99 (available on iOS, desktop browsers, Kindle Fire, and Android), or buy a print copy of this issue for $12.00.
|Other Independent Review articles by Anthony J. Gill|
|Spring 2019||Of Credence and Collective Action:Religions Comparative Advantages in Social Charity|