Beyond the Consent Dilemma in Libertarian Paternalism, a Normative Void

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Baujard , Antoinette;
  • Publisher: Accedo Verlag
  • Subject: [ SHS.ECO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economies and finances | Homo Oeconomicus

CNRS : NR; AERES: NR; International audience; I am convinced by Alain Marciano’s argument (Marciano 2015). He remarks that consent to the condition of choice is considered by neoclassicaleconomics to be an external issue. And although it does remain an issue as far as t... View more
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