An Unbiased Estimate of Present American Competitiveness from Deontological and Teleological Perspectives of Utilitarianism
Khan, Hamid, Competition Forum
In this paper we are going to discuss American competitiveness with an eye on morality, ethics, economics, and politics. It is surprising to see that the global economy is growing, specifically in China and India, and infrastructure developments are taking place every day as an indication of some countries' growing economies. In contrast, here in the United States, the economy has not done so well in the past decade. Economies of major developing and developed nations have been studied and the comparison is not very pleasant. Economy watch and other relevant economic news give a very bleak picture of today's economy. The author's assertion here is that it is all …
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Publication information: Article title: An Unbiased Estimate of Present American Competitiveness from Deontological and Teleological Perspectives of Utilitarianism. Contributors: Khan, Hamid - Author. Journal title: Competition Forum. Volume: 9. Issue: 2 Publication date: July 1, 2011. Page number: 348+. © American Society for Competitiveness 2006. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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