The global event in Assisi is approaching. To enter the atmosphere of The Economy of Francesco (EoF), here is the preface by Luigino Bruni to the book "The Economy of Francesco. Il racconto dei protagonisti per una nuova economia. (The Economy of Francesco. The story of the protagonists for a new economy)."
“Go and repair my house”, heard Francesco. The Economy of Francesco is guided by that same call, which continues to inspire countless people today. Sabina Alkire, director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) at the University of Oxford, is one of these inspired people who work for fighting poverty, one of the most appealing wounds of humanity.
Listening to plants for a new economic paradigm is the title of the second edition of the EoF School, a higher education course promoted by The Economy of Francesco. A new experience of training and reflection for the hundreds of young economists and entrepreneurs of the world who have already registered to follow the lessons online.
Interview à Ève Chiapello: L’impact est un mot, un concept et une idée qui sont employés, à toutes les sauces, pour souligner que l’on fait des choses positives sur le plan social ou environnemental (par exemple, on traite bien les salariés, ou on fait du commerce équitable, ou encore on investit au niveau local dans un projet social), tout en continuant à faire du profit.
On July 7 we met Robert Sugden, Professor of Economics, University of East Anglia. Introduction by Vittorio Pelligra. To watch again the lesson: https://youtu.be/kPRmelcem_Y One can look at the market as the realm of egoism, where each agent [...]
Sir Partha Dasgupta, Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Cambridge, will be the sixth keynote guest speaker at the Economy of Francesco School. In preparation for this lesson, here comes a special dialogue with the Economics of Biodiversity Review team also exploring the synergies between the Dasgupta Review and the main pillars of the Economy of Francesco.
Todeschini has long been a point of reference for modern studies on Franciscanism because not only has he brought the attention of scholars to the great Franciscan authors not sufficiently considered in the past, but he has also changed the classical interpretation of the role of the Franciscan movement in relation to the birth of the market economy.
On March 24th the Economy of Francesco met Julie Nelson in her School. The dialogue on these issues was enriched by the presence of three young interlocutors: Serena, from the CO2 village of Inequalities; Olena, from the Women for Economy village; and Tracey, from the Work and Care village. The names of the villages speak even before the protagonists of the dialogue.