What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets




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About The Book

What Money Can’t Buy explores the fact that everything is for sale in the global word of today. It raises questions regarding ethics, about what’s right and wrong and about how far people can go to make things happen for themselves. The book shows concern regarding the decisions people make about outsourcing, profits, education, family matters and even war. in the title, the author is posing the larger question, whether there is something wrong in a world where everything is for sale.

By questioning the moral limits of the market, the author believes that a market economy is more like a market society where people are inter-connected and somehow affect each other in some way or the other. What Money Can’t Buy questions the reason for market values reaching the aspects of life that they don’t belong to. He asks readers if this is really the kind of world we want to live in. The book was published in 2013 and is available in paperback.


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