ETHICAL ISSUES OF ACCESS AND OWNERSHIP: PRIVATISATION, NATIONALISATION, PRIVATE AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISE

D E de Villiers

Abstract


The economic system in South Africa is clearly in need of thorough reconstruction. Economists differ in their policies for such a process of economic reconstruction (usually emphasizing either private enterprise of public enterprise). This essay discusses a possible contribution from Christian ethics to these economic debates, with specific reference to the notions of stewardship and justice.

Keywords


Christian ethics; privatisation; nationalisation; private and public enterprise

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/46-0-1639

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