Serena Olsaretti is a political philosopher based at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, where she holds a research professorship with ICREA, the Catalan Institute of Research and Advanced Studies. Before moving to Barcelona in 2010, she was a University Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge. She is the author of Liberty, Desert and the Market (2004).
Introduction: The Idea of Distributive Justice, Serena Olsaretti I: Contemporary Approaches 1. Rawls on Distributive Justice and the Difference Principle, Samuel Freeman 2. Dworkin and Luck Egalitarianism: A Comparison, Richard Arneson 3. Equality versus Priority, Michael Otsuka & Alex Voorhoeve 4. Sufficiency and Needs-Based Approaches, Gillian Brock 5. The Capability Approach, Ingrid Robeyns 6. Libertarianism, Left and Right -, Joseph Mazor & Peter Vallentyne 7. Desert-Based Justice, Jeffrey Moriarty II: Distributive Justice and Other Virtues 8. Retributive Justice, Larry Alexander 9. The Good Society, Stephen Wall 10. The Ethics of Care, Virginia Held 11. The Theory and Politics of Recognition, Colin Bird III: Foundational Disputes 12. Distributive justice and Human Nature, Paula Casal 13. Political and Distributive Justice, Chad Van Shoelandt & Gerald Gaus 14. Consequentialism and Deontology, Jonathan Quong 15. Ideal Justice, David Schmidtz 16. Constructivism, Intuitionism, Ecumenism, Aaron James 17. Conceptual Analysis, Matthew Kramer IV: The Application of Distributive Justice 18. Gender, Anca Gheaus 19. The Family, Colin Macleod 20. Education, Matthew Clayton 21. Health, Shlomi Segall 22. Discrimination, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen 23. Race, Bernard R. Boxill 24. Work, Paul Gomberg 25. Exploitation, Ben Ferguson and Hillel Steiner 26. Public Goods, David Miller and Isaac Taylor 27. Cultural and Religious Minorities, Peter Jones 28. Language, Alan Patten 29. Justice Beyond Borders, Michael Blake 30. Migration, Sarah Fine 31. Climate Change, Simon Caney 32. Future Generations, Rahul Kumar