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The Ethics of Development-induced ~isblacement
This concluding piece on the ethics of development-induced displacement notes how all of the preceding articles find the displacement of people by development policies and projects morally objectionable and that it should be prevented. The question of why it is morally objectionable, how states attempt to justify it nevertheless, and how acceptable such justifications are, is addressed in some detail. This is a discussion that falls into the terrain ofthe newfield of development ethics.fatcat:ojb2vmrzonagve5f7lxv4a675u