Il ruolo dei consumatori nella moralizzazione dei mercati

Author/s Nico Stehr
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2007/108
Language Italian Pages 12 P. 43-54 File size 64 KB
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This essay offers general observations of the ways in which markets and their major groups of actors have been treated primarily in economic history in the last century. This includes a brief discussion of what Nico Steher refers to as morally coded markets. He displays this in a form of questions pertains in the market the conduct of contemporize advanced societies. This essay also deals with ideas that speak of a fundamental yet gradual transformation of markets in modern societies. By discussing the major social process that accounts for a distinctive trend towards a moralization of European markets. This essay also examines the impact of that globalization has had on the moralization of these markets.

Nico Stehr, Il ruolo dei consumatori nella moralizzazione dei mercati in "SOCIOLOGIA DEL LAVORO " 108/2007, pp 43-54, DOI: