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Fri 25 May 2018 @ 13:03
Out now: Concilium 2018/2 "Human Security"
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Author(s): Eve Poole
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Christians are deeply concerned about global capitalism, but lack the tools to be able to engage robustly in the debate about its future. Economists obfuscate, politicians polarise, and church leaders bluff.
In "Buying God", Eve Poole argues that the Church has vital and useful things to say about the economy, rooted in theology; and a vital role to play in redeeming the marketplace both at home and abroad.
Dr. Eve Poole read Theology at Durham, before working for the Church Commissioners. She left to study full-time for an MBA, then became a management consultant with Deloitte, where she specialised in the financial services industry. In 2002 she joined the faculty at Ashridge Business School, to teach leadership and ethics. She is Chair of Faith in Business at Ridley Hall and Chair of the Board of Governors at Gordonstoun. She is the author of "Capitalism's Toxic Assumptions (Featherstone 2015) " and "Leadersmithing (Bloomsbury 2017)"