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Call for papers: Economy of Communion RESEARC Summer School

The International Association for an Economy of Communion (AIEC), in partnership with Stitching Thomas More and Sophia University Institute organize:

Economy of Communion

RESEARCH Summer School 2017

Logo SS Olanda 2017Netherlands,
August 23-27, 2017

This multidisciplinary Summer School will reflect on ‘economy’ and ‘communion’, two words that are frequently perceived as being  very  distant from each other both  in academic literature and applied  sciences. The primary proposal and  provocation behind this Summer School, therefore, is precisely to generate the space to examine these terms together and to focus on their interplay: an ‘economy of communion’.

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Call for papers: Martin Luther’s Heritage in Modern Economics and Social Sciences

HEIRS association, LUMSA UniversitySPES Europe and IU Sophia organize the two days seminar:

Martin Luther’s Heritage

in Modern Economics and Social Sciences

Logo HEIRS 300LUMSA University, Rome – November 15-16, 2017

October 31, 2017 is the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of the 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church; an episode that has been considered the beginning of the protestant reform. Sombart, Weber, Bataille and many others have underlined the crucial role of Luther and the reformers in the birth of capitalism and its ‘spirit’. Much less attention has been paid by social scientists to Martin Luther’s heritage in the formation of the economic theory and, in general, of the modern social sciences.

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Call for papers: Driven by Hope: Economics and Theology in Dialogue

The Institute for Leadership and Social Ethics (ILSE) and the Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organisation (EHERO) organize the conference:

Driven by Hope: Economics and Theology in Dialogue

Pianta 250Leuven (Belgium) - February 24–25, 2017

Hope is a driving force for transformation, innovation, economic growth and wellbeing. Hope, often articulated as “an endorsed desire for an uncertain future event”, has a clear economic significance as do the unfortunate opposites have such as anxiety and inertness.

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Call for papers: Prizes and Virtues

HEIRS and LUMSA University organize:

Prizes and Virtues

an interdisciplinary workshop

Logo Moneta FelicitasLUMSA University, Rome – April 10-11, 2017

To an economist, a prize, such as a golden medal, is merely a special type of incentive. Any other kind of social scientist would be perplexed by thinking of the Nobel Prize, or of the Medal of Honour, in these terms.

In contemporary neoclassical economics, the concept of incentive is a primitive, similar to that of “utility”, “price”, “production” or “consumption”, that all economists use but none feels the need to define: it is a foundation, or a corner stone, of the science of economics. However, if we tried to articulate what economists mean by incentives, we would probably find that they are considered as any “motivation” for adhering to and for complying with some form of contract.

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Call for papers: Conflict, dialogue and the culture of unity

John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, U.I. Sophia, and Focolare movement - Centre for Dialogue with contemporary culture organize:

Conflict, dialogue and the culture of unity

An International Interdisciplinary Congress

logo KulLublin (Poland)
June 3-4, 2016

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Interdisciplinary Congress for the 20th anniversary of Chiara Lubich’s Honorary Doctorate Degree in the social sciences at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (Poland)

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