Crisis and Recovery: Ethics, Economics and Justice by Larry ElliottCrisis and Recovery: Ethics, Economics and Justice by Larry Elliott

Crisis and Recovery: Ethics, Economics and Justice

byLarry Elliott, . Rowan Williams, Arch

Hardcover | September 23, 2010

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During the ongoing global financial crisis, a lack of moral and ethical leadership in society has been exposed. The Most Reverend Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury and Larry Elliott, The Guardian , bring together their thoughts on the issues of ethics and morality in business, with contributions from leading business figures.
THE MOST REVEREND ROWAN WILLIAMS, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY is first and foremost the bishop in the diocese of Canterbury, but is acknowledged internationally as an outstanding theological writer, scholar and teacher. He has been involved in many theological, ecumenical and educational commissions. He has written extensively across a ve...
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Title:Crisis and Recovery: Ethics, Economics and JusticeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.75 inPublished:September 23, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230252141

ISBN - 13:9780230252141

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Table of Contents

Foreword; Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury Introduction; Larry Elliott, Economics Editor, The Guardian Theology and the Nature of Accountability; Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury Investment and Public Policy in a Globalized Economy; Lord Robert Skidelsky Values in an Ethical UK Economy; Jon Cruddas MP with Jonathan Rutherford, Editor, Soundings Economics and the Shape of Society; Phillip Blond, ResPublica Ethics in a Service Economy; Adam Lent, Senior Policy Officer, TUC Investment Banking: The Inevitable Triumph of Incentives Over Ethics - John Reynolds Culture and the Crisis; Andrew Whittaker, FSA Marrying the Market with the Environment; Zac Goldsmith The Financial Crisis and the End of the Hunter Gatherer; Will Hutton, Executive Vice-Chair, The Work Foundation

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"The future of humankind in an interconnected and globalized world will be based on the notion of togetherness. This notion is at the base of any recovery and this book provides the principles for how this can be achieved." -- Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum "An excellent, very readable book for the layman that is immensely interesting and encouraging for anyone who has a nagging sense that the current economic crisis might also be a profound opportunity for change – and the possibility of a fairer, more equal and eventually, longer-lasting planet." -- Richard Curtis, writer, director, and co-founder of Comic Relief"Two of the most powerful forces in our world are religion and money. This book brings them together in ways that are both well-informed and ethically and politically sensitive. The result will be of interest to any religious or secular citizen concerned about the wise shaping of twenty-first century society." -- David F. Ford, Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge, and Director of the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme"Suddenly, theological and ethical approaches to economics are no longer marginal, but central to the most penetrating analyses of the current crisis. This book shows why. It also shows how thinkers from both left and right are converging on the view that we can only correct market injustice by establishing an ethical market that is more integrally related to cultural values, political purposes and environmental flourishing. Such a market, it is suggested, would be more egalitarian, and yet more genuinely free and less subject to cyclical instability than the one which we have at present. Everyone interested in a different global future should read these fine essays with care." -- John Milbank, Research Professor in Religion, Politics and Ethics and Director of the Centre of Theology and Philosophy, University of Nottingham