The Problem with Social Justice
  
  
  
  
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Friedrich A. Hayek
1994 | Atlas Economic Research Foundation (UK) | Duration:..
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Friedrich A. Hayek believed the concept of social justice simply reflected what legislators and others believed was the “right” distribution of income. He argued that basic justice means respect for property rights, agreement to honor contracts, and giving each person his or her due. This video examines how central planning policies, large bureaucracies, and taxes affect development in Guatemala and other third world countries.
Credits:
Atlas Economic Research Foundation (UK)
Digitized by New Media-UFM.  Guatemala, March 2011
Director: Suzanne Campbell-Jones; narrator: Eben Wilson; Hayek: Wolf Kahler; research: Kate Riley, David Mansanares, Sarah Penny, Peter Watts; stills research: John Raybould; production manager: Deborah Kermode; production accountant: Rebecca Philpott; sound: Steeve Beech, John Collins, Alfonso Porres, Mark Ritchie, Eric Williams; dubbing mixer: Andrew Sears; camera: Jeff Cordia, Guillermo Escalon, Chip Goebert, Tim Johnson, Tom Zannes; on-line editor: Bill Ogden; editor: Paul Bernays; written and produced by: Eben Wilson

Conversion: Mario Estrada; index: Sergio Bustamante; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Daphne Ortiz, Sofía Díaz
Videos in this collection
Documentary produced by Adam Smith Institute
Collection of interviews produced by The Institute of Economic Affairs in 1997
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Initial credits
Introduction by Norman Barry
Dichotomy of social justice
Basic justice
Friedrich A. Hayek at University of Chicago
Justice in reward and gratification
Determining value in society
Competition in society
Institute of Economic Affairs, 1956
Return to Europe,1963
Constructivist rationalism
Quote, Friedrich A. Hayek
Central planning in Guatemala
State monopoly of the electricity industry
Planning policies and bureaucracy in Guatemala
Taxes and market distortion
Role of the military
Quote, Friedrich A. Hayek
 

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