Edited by Elodie Bertrand, Vida Panitch
Contested commodities range from labour to votes, healthcare, and education, to human organs, and intimate services, to parks and emissions. But in the context of a market economy, what defines them as contestable commodities? This volume draws together wide-ranging, interdisciplinary research on the legitimate scope of markets and the kinds of goods that should be exempt therefrom. This handbook is an essential reference work for students and scholars of commodification including philosophers, economists, sociologists, feminists, political theorists, and legal scholars.
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