Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP) is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2012 £500 essay prize for the best article published in volume 15 (2012) is Sylvie Loriaux for her article:
Fairness in international economic cooperation: moving beyond Rawls’s duty of assistance, Vol.15 Iss.1 (2012) pp. 19-39
The judges explain why this outstanding article was selected:
Loriaux argues that developed societies owe to their developing counterparts a duty of assistance that goes beyond conferring minimal levels of liberal democratic governance. In this, Loriaux makes a case for advanced systems extending egalitarian distributive justice beyond the domestic, and into the interstate, sphere. Loriaux calmly pushes back against a ream of opposing theory, cleverly deploys the WTO as a concrete test, persuasively countering the broad theory via consideration of a particular institutional arrangement.
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The CRISPP essay prize is for an outstanding article that deploys philosophical analysis of any school or variety to examine some concrete policy issue, be it political, social or economic, domestic or international. The prize is awarded annually. All articles appearing in a given volume qualify for consideration. The 2013 prize will be awarded for articles appearing in Vol 16 (2013).