Wednesday, September 21, 2005

"Economic liberal" for corporate economics?


Someone who understands economics better than I please go take that test. In retrospect, I'm wondering what my answers that were percieved as indicators of economic liberalism were asking about. Personal freedom of economic choice in buying low-cost? Personal access to jobs that pay a decent wage? Corporations have the "right" to do whatever they want if it's in their corporate best interest?

someone please ponder this, yes?

1 comment:

clyde Grubbs said...

This test isn't about economics, its about social ethics!
The test indicates whether you approve of a community responding to a community's needs with a community solution. Or do you only approve of individual solutions, solutions in that serve a private or corporate self intestest.

Social --- ist is someone who values community and sees no contradiction between individual self fulfillment and social good. Seems like the old idea of commonweath to me.