14th June 2021
Value(s): Building a Better World for All
This book by the former Governor of the Bank of England is a rich resource for making the case that our complex activities in markets and banking should be designed and constrained to serve their proper purposes, even if the case requires a deeper ethical literacy than is available here.
18th February 2019
The dominance of finance
Do we have an ethical framework that allows us to ask appropriate questions about the way in which the financial sector operates?
13th November 2018
Business as a force for good
Loughlin Hickey takes us back to the aftermath of the financial crisis and describes the subsequent thinking and action that led to the drawing of a ‘Blueprint for Better Business’.
1st June 2016
What was intended to be a human interest piece ends up verging on melodrama when the wrongdoing is too easily isolated. Questions of complicity, diligence and self-preservation in the end get side-lined.
26th January 2016
The Big Short
The Big Short succeeds in communicating its ponderous message, paradoxically, by not taking itself too seriously.
29th November 2011
But what if there is no growth?
Ahead of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's 2011 Autumn Statement, Joe Egerton took the long view and suggested that we need to consider the scenario that sustained, long term growth is a thing of the past. How, as Christians, might we respond to that challenge?
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