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Master Conference: Ethical Challenges for the Economy

May 29th, 2023|EOF ProView, Miscellaneous|

On May 11, the Mexican Institute of Christian Social Doctrine, IMDOSOC, convened an academic conference entitled “Towards a Sustainable, inclusive and supportive economic paradigm”. Dr. Cécile Renouard, who chairs the “Campus de la Transition” in France, was virtually linked to delivering the Master Conference “Ethical Challenges for the Economy”. This experience was in tune with Pope Francis’ call to the youth, through the initiative “The Economy of Francesco”, to be protagonists and reanimate the economy.

The value of work beyond wages

May 1st, 2023|Articles Proview, EOF ProView, News|

In commemoration of International Labor Day, we present one of the texts that are part of the book "The Economy of Francesco, a glossary to repair the language of economics". The article, written by Tracey Freiberg, proposes a review and reflection on the concept of work, from a fraternal, fair and inclusive perspective, such as the one that has matured within the EoF community.

Ecologia integrale: andare oltre la sostenibilitĂ 

April 26th, 2023|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView, News|

di Chiara Subrizi. Ecologia integrale significa andare oltre il concetto di sostenibilità, perché non ci sarà una vera sostenibilità della nostra società europea nel lungo periodo se questa non sarà al contempo ambientale, umana, sociale ma anche economica per tutti gli attori che compongono la società e non solo per pochi. Il suo intervento al senato italiano.

3 economic ideas for a better future

August 19th, 2022|EOF ProView, Miscellaneous|

As we get closer to our meeting in Assisi, I want to share with you a few words about some economic ideas that can build a basis on which we can think together about a new way of conceiving the economy. All three ideas are very well connected to Pope Francis’ writings and thoughts and are able to deal with our many contemporary challenges: the environmental crisis, high levels of inequality, precarious labor, political extremism and/or indifference.

Addressing Intergenerational Poverty: In Search for a Better Future

August 2nd, 2022|Academy Proview, EOF ProView|

Extreme poverty continues to persist in the world. High barriers to quality healthcare, a weakening job market, and political instability are some factors that attribute to this, but there is also the consideration that due to intrinsic systemic discrimination, those caught in a cycle of poverty will remain in that cycle indefinitely, regardless of the socio-economic safety nets that are made available to them.

A robotic hand to support the ‘invisible hand’ of the market

July 27th, 2022|Contemporary Challenges, EOF ProView|

Market laws are not deterministic but are related to behavior. The topic dealt with here, briefly, concerns the possibility of controlling behavior such as the uncontrolled rise in prices for certain socially relevant products where that cause damage.

Taxation and gender inequality in Brazil: what does the data say about the way the country taxes?

July 20th, 2022|Academy Proview, EOF ProView, News, WHAT'S ON, WHAT’S ON|

Social inequality is one of the hallmarks of mercantile societies and is permeated by gender, race and class relations, as well as the way different societies organize themselves productively. Gender inequality is related to the productive context, defining the spaces in which women and men occupy in society.

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