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A Professional Ethics Code for Economists

George DeMartino

Challenge, 2005, vol. 48, issue 4, 88-104

Abstract: Perhaps economists would not need a professional ethics code if they knew with certainty what the outcomes of their policies would be. But they do not, and therefore they should abide by a higher standard of conduct.

Date: 2005
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