Justice in a global economy

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Westminster John Knox Press , Louisville, Ky
Capitalism -- Social aspects, Globalization -- Economic aspects, Social ethics, Social policy, Social ju
StatementPamela K. Brubaker, Rebecca Todd Peters, Laura A. Stivers, editors
ContributionsBrubaker, Pamela, 1946-, Peters, Rebecca Todd, Stivers, Laura A
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB501 .J855 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 165 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17248631M
ISBN 100664229557
ISBN 139780664229559
LC Control Number2006042054

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