This is a limited timed Essay. The proffessor like us to write a response at the moment. He will post a question on December 20th @ 6pm NY time and we are to answer the question only with the sources from the articles. There is no maximum or minimum word count but there is a limit in time, the response has to be written in 1 hour and 45 minutes. 

Below are the articles and the questions that you should use to answer the question. This is a review that’ll help with the Essay question. 

For reading of Invisible hand, dependence effect and Hayek 
1. explain how the market mechanism is to suppose to solve the three economic problems (what to produce, how, and for whom) in a way thatleads to an optimal equilibrium 
2. explain Smiths idea of the invisible hand 
3. give a general definition of externalities, and give examples of both positive and negative externalities 
4. define common resources and public goods, and give examples of each
5. explain the relevance of externalities, common resources, public goods,and inequality to the moral evaluation of market economies 
6. explain Galbraiths idea of the dependence effect 
7. state the assumptions of standard economic theory that are called intoquestion, according to Galbraith, by the dependence effect 
8. summarize Hayeks reasons for believing that Galbraiths argument involves a fatal non sequitur
For Friedman, A Friedman Doctrine  Donaldson and Preston, The Stakeholder Theory of the Corporation
1. explain Friedmans view of the social responsibilities of business, andsummarize the arguments he offers in support of it 
2. explain Donaldson and Prestons stakeholder theory of the corporation,and summarize their ethical arguments in support of it
For Hotz and Puko, Some Climate Change Effects May Be Irreversible, U.N.Panel Says  Watson, The Troubling Evolution of Corporate Greenwashing Lovins, Lovins, and Hawken, A Road Map for Natural Capitalism
1. define greenwashing and discuss its ethical ramifications
For Czech and Daly, The Steady State Economy Daly, Steady-State Economics
1. explain Herman Dalys conception of the steady state economy 
2. identify and discuss the most significant differences between the steadystate economy and the growth-oriented economies of developed nations 
3. summarize Dalys main reasons for advocating a steady state economy 
4. state the questions about the steady state economy discussed by Czechand Daly, and summarize and assess their answers to those questions

For Dimmock and Fisher, Kantian Ethics18 
1. explain Kants analysis of moral worth, and give examples that bringout the contrast between actions in accordance with the moral law, and actions performed out of reverence for the moral law 
2. explain the difference between hypothetical and categorical imperatives,and give examples of each
3. explain Version 1 (Universal Law) and Version 2 (Respect for Humanity)of the Categorical Imperative, and apply them to specific cases 
4. Discuss the problem of conflicting duties
For Dimmock and Fisher, Utilitarianism17
1. define hedonism, and explain why utilitarianism (as developed by Bentham and Mill) is a hedonistic moral theory 
2. state the Principle of Utility, and apply it to specific cases 
3. describe Mills qualitative utilitarianism, and his reasons for thinking itimproves upon Benthams version 
4. explain the difference between act utilitarianism and rule utilitarianism,discuss their respective strengths and weaknesses, and apply them tospecific cases 
5. discuss the problem of calculation, and the problem of the tyranny of themajority
For Feary, Sexual Harassment: Why the Corporate World Still Doesnt GetIt 19 
1. explain each of the six myths about sexual harassment identified by Feary,and her main reason for thinking that each myth is wrong 
2. summarize the seven reasons that sexual harassment is wrong, accordingto Feary 
For Dimmock and Fisher, Aristotelian Virtue Ethics20 
1. explain what human flourishing (eudaimonia) is 
2. discuss the contribution that specific virtues make to flourishing 
3. explain Aristotles analysis of virtues as striking a mean between deficiency and excess, and apply that analysis to specific virtues 
4. explain how virtue, according to Aristotle, is developed and strengthened 
5. define practical wisdom (phronesis) and discuss its role in virtuous action 
6. discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the virtue-ethical approach tomoral decision-making
For McCall, Employee Voice in Corporate Governance21 
1. explain McCalls definitions of the following kinds of rights: moral, legal,manifesto 
2. explain what McCall means when he says that workers have a right toco-determine policy at all levels of the corporation 
3. summarize McCalls arguments for employee participation rights basedon: dignity, fairness, self-respect, health, and democracy 
4. summarize the general idea of each of the four objections to employeeparticipation rights (based on autonomy, fairness, utility and democracy)and the general idea of each of McCalls responses to these objections

What Students Are Saying About Us

.......... Customer ID: 12*** | Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
"Honestly, I was afraid to send my paper to you, but you proved you are a trustworthy service. My essay was done in less than a day, and I received a brilliant piece. I didn’t even believe it was my essay at first 🙂 Great job, thank you!"

.......... Customer ID: 11***| Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
"This company is the best there is. They saved me so many times, I cannot even keep count. Now I recommend it to all my friends, and none of them have complained about it. The writers here are excellent."

"Order a custom Paper on Similar Assignment at! No Plagiarism! Enjoy 20% Discount!"