HRCI HR Ethics Series: Capitalism, Inequality, and Justice
- Define capitalism
- Identify the rival principles of distributive justice
- Name key characteristics of a libertarian view of distributive justice
- Describe Rawls's theory of justice
- Describe the justifications and criticisms of capitalism
- Apply theories of justice and ethical principles to workplace scenarios
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