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A Lexicon of Social Well-Being

Luigino Bruni

Palgrave Pivot, April 2015

A Lexicon of social well being ridWe are living in a long transitional period and a paradigm shift that started well before the financial crisis of 2007, one that is very likely to last for a long time. Therefore we must quickly learn how to live well in the world as it is today, including the realm of work. We need to learn a new vocabulary of economics and markets that is more suitable to understand the world in this era of globalization and financial capitalism. There are some fundamental words of social life that need to be rethought, or even rewritten, if we want civil and economic life to be 'good' and just. Right now we are conducting bad economics, partly because we are thinking and speaking badly about economics and civil life. Without a doubt, the following terms are among them: wealth, poverty, entrepreneur, finance, happiness, esteem, merit, bank, common good, work, justice, management, income distribution, profit, rent, corporate property rights, indignation, and capitalism. We urgently need a lexicon for a new economic and social well-being.

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Structures of Grace

The Business Practices of the Economy of Communion

John Gallagher,Jeanne Buckeye

New City Press, December 2014

Structures of grace ridStructures of Grace - The Business Practices of the Economy of Communion was written by John Gallagher and Jeanne Buckeye about the first and largest socially-responsible small business network in the world based on a work lifestyle of communion - The Economy of Communion (EoC).

The book highlights the practices of North American businesses that are part of the EoC worldwide network, whose beginning was inspired by Pope John Paul II's encyclical Centesimus Annus, and later referred to by Pope Benedict XVI as "...a broad new composite reality embracing the private and public spheres, one which does not exclude profit, but instead considers it a means for achieving human and social ends," and that "views profit as a means of achieving the goal of a more humane market and society"  (Caritas in Veritate, 4:46).

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The Economics of Values-Based Organisations

Luigino Bruni, Alessandra Smerilli

Routledge, July 2014

The economics of Values Based Organization ridSeries: Routledge Advances in Social Economics

This book looks at the governance of values-based organizations (VBOs), which are organizations with a mission and identity based on ideals. Examples of VBOs include non-profit organizations, charities, NGOs, environmental, educational or cultural organizations, and social enterprises. The main objective of any VBO is to evolve and grow without losing its identity, which its survival is linked to in the medium and long terms.

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Special Issue of Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia

The Special Issue of Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia on the Economy of Communion, in Memoriam of P. Alfredo Dinis, SJ., has been published

Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia - 2014, Tome: 70, Issue: 1

Revista portuguesa Edc ridThe special issue is edited by Peter McDade, SJ, with articles by: John Gallagher, Luca Crivelli, Benedetto Gui, Stefano Zamagni, Luigino Bruni, Nuno Ornelas Martins and Americo Carvalho Mendes.

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Handbook On The Economics Of Reciprocity And Social Enterprise

Luigino Bruni, Stefano Zamagni (edd)

Edward Elgar Publishing, June 2013

Handbook Reciprocity ridSeries: Elgar original reference


The recent era of economic turbulence has generated a growing enthusiasm for an increase in new and original economic insights based around the concepts of reciprocity and social enterprise. This stimulating and thought-provoking Handbook not only encourages and supports this growth, but also emphasises and expands upon new topics and issues within the economics discourse.

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The Charismatic Principle in Social Life

Luigino Bruni, Barbara Sena (edd)

Routledge, London, November 2012

The Charismatic Principle ridSeries: Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy

Max Weber laid the foundations for the meaning of ‘charisma’ in modern secular usage. This new volume argues for the importance of the ‘charismatic principle’ in history, economics and society.

This volume brings together a number of contributors at the cross section between economics, theology, sociology and politics in order to set a research agenda for the following issues:

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Entreprise affaire don rid modpar Anouk Grevin, Bénédice de Peyrelongue, Benjamin Pavageau, Olivier Masclef, Pierre-Yves Gomez et Sandrine Fremeaux

Editions Nouvelle Cité, 2015
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Carte d’identite de l’Economie de Communion

logo_edc_benvL’Economie de Communion (EdeC) est un mouvement international dont le but est de réaliser et de rendre visible une société humaine qui prend modèle sur la première communauté chrétienne de Jérusalem, où « ils étaient un seul cœur et une seule âme et nul parmi eux n’était dans le besoin » (Actes 4). Il vise à réduire la pauvreté grâce au partage et à la communion.
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Points de repère pour les entreprises Economie de communion

Binari_rid_modL’Économie de Communion (EdeC) propose aux entreprises qui adoptent son message et sa culture, des “Points de repères pour les entreprises EdeC”, qui reflètent la vie et la réflexion d’entrepreneurs EdeC du monde entier ; elles suivent le schéma des ‘sept couleurs’, selon les intuitions fondatrices du charisme de l’unité dont l’EdeC est l’expression....
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