In general, capitalist countries display sustained growth, dynamism and innovation, and a high adaptability in response to external shocks. Yet in the last 30 years, discontent over the notorious drawbacks of capitalism -corporate frauds, corruption, abuses of market power- has grown continually. In this article, it is argued that no remedy to these difficulties can be found if ethical dilemmas are not anticipated and addressed at the individual, firm and economy-wide levels.
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