Common to all these views, however, is the precept that the equal-opportunity principle, at some point, holds the individual accountable for the achievement of the advantage in question, whether that advantage be a level of educational achievement, health,... Equality of Opportunity - Page 2by John E. ROEMER - 2009 - 128 pagesLimited preview
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Kenneth Joseph Arrow, Samuel Bowles, Steven N. Durlauf - Business & Economics - 2000 - 348 pages
...disadvantage at the other. Common to all these views, however, is the precept that the equal opportunity principle at some point holds the individual accountable...categorized according to where they place the starting gate that marks the point after which individuals are on their own. In this chapter I attempt to propose...