Simon Caney mainly focuses on Law, Law and economics, Economic Justice, Distributive justice and Discounting. His study in the field of Independence, Nationalism and National interest also crosses realms of Just war theory and Distributive property. He interconnects Ideal, Identity, Standard of living and Cultural diversity in the investigation of issues within Law and economics.
Simon Caney has researched Economic Justice in several fields, including Humanity and Appeal. His Distributive justice research integrates issues from Internationalism, Public administration, Universalism, Political philosophy and Environmentalism. His work investigates the relationship between Environmental ethics and topics such as Normative ethics that intersect with problems in Cosmopolitanism.
Simon Caney focuses on Law, Law and economics, Economic Justice, Distributive justice and Politics. Simon Caney combines subjects such as Normative, Liberal neutrality, Global justice and Market economy with his study of Law and economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Argument, Emissions trading and Appeal in addition to Economic Justice.
As part of his studies on Distributive justice, Simon Caney often connects relevant areas like Climate justice. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Epistemology, Political economy and Public administration. His research in Cosmopolitanism tackles topics such as Environmental ethics which are related to areas like Climate ethics and Social science.
Law and economics, Global justice, Normative, Positive economics and Politics are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Economic Justice, Distributive justice and Minority rights in his study of Law and economics. His Economic Justice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Just cause and Civil disobedience.
His Global justice research incorporates elements of Humanitarian intervention, Injustice, Environmental resource management, Environmental ethics and Cosmopolitanism. His Normative study improves the overall literature in Law. His Politics research focuses on Political economy and how it relates to Economic system, American political science, Political economy of climate change, Conference of the parties and Public administration.
His primary areas of study are Development economics, Environmental resource management, Environmental studies, Human rights and Environmental planning. His Development economics research integrates issues from Justice, Socioeconomics, Humanity and Climate justice. His study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic Justice, Global justice, Injustice and Law and economics.
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Carbon Trading: Unethical, Unjust and Ineffective?
Simon Caney;Cameron Hepburn.
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement (2011)
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