Category Archives: Ethics

Debt in Just Societies: A General Framework for Regulating Credit

By | January 18, 2019

Courtesy of John Linarelli In my recent article, “Debt in Just Societies: A General Framework for Regulating Credit,” published in Regulation and Governance, I address the question of how we regulate access to credit (or debt markets) in a way that addresses inequality concerns. My focus is on inequality as a moral concern. In other… Read More »

Ethical Finance as a Systemic Challenge: Risk, Culture, and Structure

By | August 14, 2018

Courtesy of Saule T. Omarova Lately, there has been no shortage of scandals involving fraudulent, predatory, and otherwise ethically unacceptable behavior on the part of large financial institutions. Much of this behavior was also directly implicated in the generation of unsustainable levels of risk in the financial system, which led to the global financial crisis… Read More »