- Published on Thursday, 27 November 2014 16:50
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On Friday, November 28th, at Pontifical University of the Holy Cross will be held the first lesson of the second module of Economics For Ecclesiastics: the first course of an ethical and Christian economy aimed directly at students of the Pontifical Universities in Rome – seminarians, priests, and laity.
The speaker of these two sessions will be the Emeritus Professor Antonio Argandoña, IESE Business School and a member of the MCE Scientific Committee.
The module, Entrepreneurs, Firms, Growth and Poverty, it's divided into two sessions. The first session covered the role of entrepeneurs and firms in market economies.
The second session on Monday, December 1st, looked at the economic benefits of free trade; globalization and poverty reduction, cost of globalization, economic and social development through enterprise.
- Published on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:34
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MercoledÌ 12 novembre 2014 alle ore 10,30, in Aula del Portillo (Pontificia Università della Santa Croce), il professor Giuseppe Di Taranto dell’Università LUISS GUIDO CARLI terrà la lezione di apertura del II anno del seminario triennale di Storia del Pensiero Economico, riguardo Quesnay e i Fisiocratici.
La lezione si intitolerà: “Laissez faire, laissez passer: le origini del liberismo”. Al movimento francese dei Fisiocratici si deve infatti la nascita della celebre frase laissez faire, laissez passer divenuta poi il motto del liberismo.
- Published on Thursday, 16 October 2014 10:31
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Friday, October 10th marked the beginning of the course “Economics for Ecclesiastics”: the first course of an ethical and Christian economy aimed directly at students of the Pontifical Universities in Rome – seminarians, priests, and laity.
The first speaker, and promoter of the course along with MCE, Lord Griffiths of Fforestafch (a member of the House of Lords), has already been a guest of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross when he gave a lecture on ethics within the financial system last December.