In my thesis I apply the ethical model developed by John Rawls (1999) to three systems which have an economic dimension: European Union, tax compliance and environmental sustainability. With this task my purpose is to answer to the following overarching research question: is an impartial and non-binding agreement, conceived in a Rawlsian frame, sufficient to generate fair and stable redistributive institutions? This broad research question is then addressed and inflected according to the specific economic domains considered through the next Chapters. Given the diversification of the analysed topics, also the adopted research methodology turns out to be differentiated. The European distributive institutions are examined in depth by means of a theoretical-deductive approach which catches on Rawls’s international social contract theory, while the distributive issues linked to tax evasion and environmental sustainability are approached with tools elonging to behavioural and experimental economics.
Three Economic Extensions of John Rawls's Social Contract Theory: European Fiscal Union, Tax Compliance and Climate Change / Klaser, Klaudijo. - (2019 Jun 03).
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|Titolo:||Three Economic Extensions of John Rawls's Social Contract Theory: European Fiscal Union, Tax Compliance and Climate Change.|
|Anno di pubblicazione:||2019-06-03|
|Struttura:||Università degli Studi di Trento|
|Corso di dottorato:||Economics and Management (within the School in Social Sciences, till the a.y. 2010-11)|
|Tesi in cotutela:||no|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.15168/11572_291026.1|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||08.1 Tesi di dottorato (Doctoral Thesis)|