Institutions For Future Generations

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Iñigo González-Ricoy, Axel Gosseries
Oxford University Press, 15 dec. 2016 - 432 pagina's
In times of climate change and public debt, a concern for intergenerational justice should lead us to have a closer look at theories of intergenerational justice. It should also press us to provide institutional design proposals to change the decision-making world that surrounds us. This book provides an exhaustive overview of the most important institutional proposals as well as a systematic and theoretical discussion of their respective features and advantages. It focuses on institutional proposals aimed at taking the interests of future generations more seriously, and does so from the perspective of applied political philosophy, being explicit about the underlying normative choices and the latest developments in the social sciences. It provides citizens, activists, firms, charities, public authorities, policy-analysts, students, and academics with the body of knowledge necessary to understand what our institutional options are and what they entail if we are concerned about today's excessive short-termism.
 

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List of Figures and Tables
Institutional Design and Sources of ShortTermism
A Primer
Measuring Intergenerational Fairness
Can we Represent Future Generations?
Generational Sovereignty
Legitimate
A Fivefold Package
Philanthropy and Intergenerational Justice
The Deliberative Democratic Inclusion of Future
Can Young
Piloting Responsibility and Intergenerational Justice
The Peoples Endowment
Assets for the Long Term
The Party Constitution
Alumni Involvement and LongTermist University

A World Climate Bank
Constitutionalizing Intergenerational Provisions
Institutions to Protect the Future
A Common Heritage Fund for Future Generations
Electoral Design SubMajority Rules and Representation
Pension Funds Future Generations and Fiduciary Duty
Family Planning is Not Necessarily the Priority Institution
Index
Copyright

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Iñigo González-Ricoy is Assistant Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Barcelona. He has been postdoctoral fellow at the University of Louvain and Pompeu Fabra University and visiting fellow at Columbia University and Goethe University in Frankfurt. His research is in democratic and constitutional theory, and has been published in the Journal of Applied Philosophy, Social Theory and Practice, and Ratio Juris. Axel Gosseries is a Maitre de recherches at the Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique, Professor at the University of Louvain, Franz Weyr Fellow of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Institute for Future Studies, Stockholm. He is the author of Penser la justice entre les générations (2004) and the co-editor of Intergenerational Justice (OUP, 2009, with Lukas Meyer). He has published numerous papers in philosophy, law, and economics journals, including the Journal of Political Philosophy, Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, New York University Environmental Law Journal, International Economic Review, Economics & Philosophy, and the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

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