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 Social Goods - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Social goods: Social goods are things that benefit society as a whole. They are typically things that are essential for human well-being, such as clean air, clean water, healthcare, and education. Social goods can also include things like environmental protection, social justice, and economic equality. See also Equality, Society, Community, Welfare state, Education, Education policy.
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Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
 
Author Item    More concepts for author
Aristotle Social Goods   Aristotle
Buchanan, James M. Social Goods   Buchanan, James M.
Demsetz, Harold Social Goods   Demsetz, Harold
Economic Theories Social Goods   Economic Theories
Grotius, Hugo Social Goods   Grotius, Hugo
Hardin, Garrett Social Goods   Hardin, Garrett
Hirsch, Fred Social Goods   Hirsch, Fred
Kant, Immanuel Social Goods   Kant, Immanuel
Kaplow, Louis Social Goods   Kaplow, Louis
Lindahl, Erik Social Goods   Lindahl, Erik
Minimal State Social Goods   Minimal State
Olson, Mancur Social Goods   Olson, Mancur
Ostrom, Elinor Social Goods   Ostrom, Elinor
Rawls, John Social Goods   Rawls, John
Samuelson, Paul A. Social Goods   Samuelson, Paul A.
Sidgwick, Henry Social Goods   Sidgwick, Henry
Smith, Vernon L. Social Goods   Smith, Vernon L.
Tullock, Gordon Social Goods   Tullock, Gordon
Walzer, Michael Social Goods   Walzer, Michael
Wicksell, Knut Social Goods   Wicksell, Knut

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-05-30