Listening to plants for a new economic paradigm – EoF School 2022

November 23rd, 2021|EoF PEOPLE, Main Stage, WHAT'S ON|

The first edition ended, but the path towards the Economics of Francesco has just begun. The Economy of Francesco is happy to announce its second online Economy of Francesco School that will take place between December 2021 and June 2022. REGISTER NOW!

LA MONTÉE DE L’IMPACT DANS LA DÉCISION FINANCIÈRE

July 29th, 2021|EoF school, News, WHAT'S ON|

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.

Two special events for the EoF School in July! Don’t miss them!

July 5th, 2021|EoF school, WHAT'S ON|

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 [...]

The Economics of Biodiversity – Partha Dasgupta meets EoF Community

May 3rd, 2021|EoF school, Main Stage, News, WHAT'S ON|

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.

Franciscan wealth and heritage: the EoF School prepares to meet Giacomo Todeschini

April 26th, 2021|EoF school, News, WHAT'S ON|

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.

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