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Midwest Studies in Philosophy

Volume 42, 2018
Moral Responsibility and the Financial Crisis

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James Dempsey, Tom Sorell Introduction
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Tom Sorell Responsibility in the Financial Crisis
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Peter A. French Some Tranching of Moral Responsibility Ascriptions to Individuals in Shadow Banking during the Financial Crisis
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Steven Scalet Collective Responsibility and the Purposes of Banks
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James Dempsey Banking Culture and Moral Responsibility for the Financial Crisis
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David Silver The Moral Accountability of the Financial Industry for the Global Financial Crisis
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Vilhjálmur Árnason, Salvör Nordal Moral Culture and the Financial Crisis in Light of the Icelandic Experience
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Kendy M. Hess Who's Responsible? (It's Complicated.): Assigning Blame in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
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Jeffrey Moriarty Risky Pay and the Financial Crisis: Who's Responsible?
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Catherine Greene Mind the Gap: Virtue Ethics and the Financial Crisis
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Boudewijn de Bruin Moral Responsibility for Large-Scale Events: The Difference between Climate Change and Economic Crises
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Mark Hannam Blaming Ourselves
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Joseph Heath Mistakes Were Made: The Role of Catallactic Bias in the Financial Crisis
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Seumas Miller The Corruption of Financial Benchmarks: Individual and Collective Responsibility in the Global Banking Sector
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Jens van 't Klooster Democracy and the European Central Bank's Emergency Powers
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Marco Meyer The Ethics of Consumer Credit: Balancing Wrongful Inclusion and Wrongful Exclusion
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Erratum
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Midwest Studies in Philosophy 1976-2018
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Contributors
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