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Working Papers

2009

  1. Well-Being, Preference Formation and the Danger of Paternalism
    Papers on Economics and Evolution, Philipps University Marburg, Department of Geography Downloads View citations (6)

2007

  1. The Adaptation Problem, Evolution and Normative Economics
    Papers on Economics and Evolution, Philipps University Marburg, Department of Geography Downloads View citations (3)

2004

  1. On the Arbitrariness and Robustness of Multi-Dimensional Poverty Rankings
    WIDER Working Paper Series, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER) Downloads View citations (15)
    See also Journal Article On the Arbitrariness and Robustness of Multi-Dimensional Poverty Rankings, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Taylor & Francis Journals (2004) Downloads View citations (14) (2004)

Journal Articles

2012

  1. Informed desire and the ambitions of libertarian paternalism
    Social Choice and Welfare, 2012, 38, (4), 647-658 Downloads View citations (24)

2011

  1. Sugden's Critique of the Capability Approach
    Utilitas, 2011, 23, (1), 25-51 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Sugden’s critique of Sen’s capability approach and the dangers of libertarian paternalism
    International Review of Economics, 2011, 58, (1), 21-42 Downloads View citations (6)

2010

  1. Development Ethics at Work. Explorations, 1960–2002. By DENIS GOULET
    Economica, 2010, 77, (306), 410-411 Downloads

2008

  1. Core Poverty, Vagueness and Adaptation: A New Methodology and Some Results for South Africa
    Journal of Development Studies, 2008, 44, (4), 519-544 Downloads View citations (13)
  2. Two Views of Corruption and Democracy
    Review of Political Economy, 2008, 20, (2), 275-291 Downloads View citations (1)

2007

  1. Introduction: Challenges and Debates
    Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2007, 8, (3), 327-335 Downloads

2006

  1. Capability, Happiness and Adaptation in Sen and J. S. Mill
    Utilitas, 2006, 18, (1), 20-32 Downloads View citations (9)
  2. Introduction: Diverse Voices and Conversations
    Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2006, 7, (3), 291-298 Downloads

2005

  1. Incommensurability and the first fundamental welfare theorem
    Oxford Economic Papers, 2005, 57, (4), 664-673 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. SEN ON FREEDOM AND GENDER JUSTICE
    Feminist Economics, 2005, 11, (3), 151-166 Downloads
  3. Special Editor's Introduction
    Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2005, 6, (2), 145-150 Downloads
  4. TRANSITIVITY AND VAGUENESS
    Economics and Philosophy, 2005, 21, (1), 109-131 Downloads View citations (2)
  5. The Capability Approach and Fuzzy Poverty Measures: An Application to the South African Context
    Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, 2005, 74, (1), 103-139 Downloads View citations (29)
  6. The mere addition paradox, parity and critical-level utilitarianism
    Social Choice and Welfare, 2005, 24, (3), 413-431 Downloads

2004

  1. On the Arbitrariness and Robustness of Multi-Dimensional Poverty Rankings
    Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2004, 5, (3), 355-375 Downloads View citations (14)
    See also Working Paper On the Arbitrariness and Robustness of Multi-Dimensional Poverty Rankings, WIDER Working Paper Series (2004) Downloads View citations (15) (2004)

2002

  1. A note on the measurement of poverty and vulnerability in the South African context
    Journal of International Development, 2002, 14, (6), 757-772 Downloads View citations (31)
  2. Development, Common Foes and Shared Values
    Review of Political Economy, 2002, 14, (4), 463-480 Downloads View citations (14)
  3. Rationality, comparability and maximization
    Economics and Philosophy, 2002, 18, (1), 141-156 Downloads View citations (1)

2001

  1. Corruption and Human Development: A Conceptual Discussion
    Oxford Development Studies, 2001, 29, (3), 265-278 Downloads View citations (10)
  2. Sustainable Development: Concepts and Rankings
    Journal of Development Studies, 2001, 37, (3), 134-161 Downloads View citations (13)
  3. Vague language and precise measurement: the case of poverty
    Journal of Economic Methodology, 2001, 10, (1), 41-58 Downloads View citations (21)

2000

  1. Comparability of Values, Rough Equality, and Vagueness: Griffin and Broome on Incommensurability
    Utilitas, 2000, 12, (2), 223-240 Downloads View citations (1)

1999

  1. The Rejection of Objective Consequentialism: A Comment
    Utilitas, 1999, 11, (1), 97-105 Downloads

1998

  1. The Concept of Well-Being
    Economics and Philosophy, 1998, 14, (1), 51-73 Downloads View citations (12)

1997

  1. A weakness of the capability approach with respect to gender justice
    Journal of International Development, 1997, 9, (2), 251-262 View citations (15)
  2. Needs, Incommensurability and Well-being
    Review of Political Economy, 1997, 9, (3), 261-276 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. Pluralism and well-being indices
    World Development, 1997, 25, (12), 2009-2026 Downloads View citations (10)

1996

  1. Capabilities, well-being and human development: A survey
    Journal of Development Studies, 1996, 33, (2), 143-162 Downloads View citations (31)
  2. Ethical development
    World Development, 1996, 24, (7), 1209-1221 Downloads View citations (13)

1995

  1. Obligation, Human Frailty, and Utilitarianism1
    Utilitas, 1995, 7, (1), 145-156 Downloads View citations (1)

Edited books

2010

  1. The Capability Approach
    Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press View citations (5)

2008

  1. The Capability Approach
    Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press View citations (112)
 
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