Books Market Complicity and Christian Ethics

Are we morally responsible for the distant harms of our market transactions? If so, why? This book examines culpability for the injurious ripple effects of our market choices. Drawing insights from law, theology, economics, and social philosophy, it evaluates our moral complicity in others’ economic wrongdoing or in collective market harms. Author Albino Barrera, OP, is professor of economics and theology at Providence College in Rhode Island. Read more