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The document “The Vocation of the Business Leader: A Reflection” (VBL) facilitates the understanding of the Christian leader’s role in these times characterized by serious economic disturbances and growing inequality. VBL points to new...
This study examines the challenge of “food justice” by investigating the relationships between food landscapes and the health and wellbeing of local communities in a large urban setting. We identify and discuss the implications of these...
This paper argues that for wellbeing economies in a flourishing natural to develop, they need to develop new economic operating infrastructure (EOI) that is built on values that support those goals rather than today’s financial wealth- and...
We need a new framework for economics that is based on a realistic understanding of human nature and that is grounded in ethics, meaning the concern for human wellbeing. The current model of free-market economics that we teach to students,...
Worldwide, COVID-19 has had a staggering impact, with the number of cases approaching eight million and the death toll over 430,000 as of mid-June, 2020.1 What the stark numbers don’t show, however, is that, as governments and public health...
The purpose of this article is to provide professors and students in Jesuit business schools with the information necessary to justify and use ten principles that continue the distincively Jesuit approach to business and economics. Jesuits are...
This study analyzes the role institutions have in shaping incentives within the shark fin market. It combines literature findings from multifarious fields of fisheries economics, shark biology, and institutional economics to provide an argument...
Tourism-based economies throughout the world are experiencing a surge in growth, driven in part by decreases in travel costs, increases in the average time available for leisure, and decreases in information costs. In the warmer climes,...