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Canary in the Coal Mine

Brian Grim speaks to CPX about the importance of religious freedom.

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Development Economics: limits and opportunities

Catherine de Fontenay discusses how we can participate ethically in the global economy.

Image: God, Materialism and the Common Good

God, Materialism and the Common Good

Richard Burridge discusses the New Testament's attitude towards wealth.

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After Capitalism: Rethinking Economic Relationships

Gordon Menzies reviews the new book from Paul Mills and Michael Schluter.

Image: Life through a relational lens

Life through a relational lens

Michael Schluter argues for the importance of building our relational capital.

Image: The survival of the sexiest

The survival of the sexiest

Is the priority given to sexual freedom just a sellout to free market liberalism?

Image: Life and Faith: Ross Gittins

Life and Faith: Ross Gittins

Ross Gittins discusses the importance of relationships in economic policy.

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The economics of a meaningful life

What effect should relationships have on economic policy? 1

Image: The post GFC world

The post GFC world

William Cavanaugh looks at how the GFC has affected the world.

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Consumerism and spirituality

William Cavanaugh assesses the religion of consumerism.

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Review: Economics for Life

Trevor Thomas reviews Professor Ian Harper's book on economics for modern life.

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Ethical Investment

Trevor Thomas explains what ethical investment is.

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A sustainable future

Trevor Thomas examines how ethical investment can help work towards a sustainable future.

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Searching for true fulfilment

Gordon Menzies reviews 'The Happy Economist', the refreshingly unpredictable book by Ross Gittins

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Collaborative Consumption

Rachel Botsman examines the rise of collaborative consumption.

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