Ethical Behaviour in Banking: A General Equilibrium View

  • Jean-Pierre Danthine
Part of the Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy book series (SEEP)


In the present note, I offer some reflections on the theme of ethical behaviour in the economic sphere based on standard general equilibrium theorising and I propose a few illustrations relevant to the banking sector.


Market Power General Equilibrium Ethical Behaviour Market Failure Supervisory Board 
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