mercoledì 15 luglio 2009

Joseph E. Stiglitz

Amartya Sen, the winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in economics, has argued forcefully that famines do not occur in societies in which there is a free press.1 It is not the lack of food in the aggregate that gives rise to famines, but the lack of access to food by the poor in famine regions. A free press exposes these problems; once exposed, the failure to act is absolutely intolerable.
“On Liberty, the Right to Know and Public Discourse: The Role of Transparency in Public Life,”
Joseph E. Stiglitz

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