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L'altruismo: atteggiamento irrazionale, strategia vincente o amore per il prossimo?
Titolo Rivista: ECONOMIA PUBBLICA  
Autori/Curatori: Stefania Ottone 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2002 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  17 Dimensione file:  86 KB

Results from sociobiological and psychological studies have called into question the classical model of Homo Oeconomicus underling the multifaceted nature of both human nature and the consequences of people’s actions. The present paper gives an overview of the various theories developed over time by economists, sociobiologists and psychologists concerning the model of man and of his nature. In particular, it studies how opting for dense regulation, when instead the morality of the subjects would be strong enough to positively condition their behaviour, might turn out to be a disadvantageous choice. In fact, a trade-offexists between ethics and regulation. Where the moral sense of the subjects is particularly well-developed, excessive development of the institutional apparatus would give birth to crowding-outeffects. From this point, the importance of a change in the way of creating policy in both private and public institutions. They might realize that it would be a profitable investment to use resources to transmit values to the subjects through the channel of education, since such a choice would create a stronger equilibrium and continuous control and regulation would be unnecessary.


Stefania Ottone, in "ECONOMIA PUBBLICA " 3/2002, pp. , DOI:

   

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