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  • Lonergan's Economics and the Global Financial Crisis: February 28, 2013 - March 01, 2013

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Lonergan's Economics and the Global Financial Crisis
« on: November 28, 2012, 08:28:31 AM »
On Thursday, February 28, and Friday, March 1, the Marquette Lonergan Project will sponsor a colloquium on Lonergan's Economics and the Global Financial Crisis. Speakers will be Dr Paul St. Amour, St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, presenting an introduction to Lonergan’s macroeconomic theory and its implications for finance (Thursday), Joseph Cioni, Boston College, presenting an analysis of the sub-prime mortgage crisis from the standpoint of Lonergan’s position on the structure of the human good (Friday morning), and Michael Czerny, S.J., Vatican Council on Justice and Peace, speaking on the document issued from the Council last year on the global financial situation (Friday afternoon).

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Re: Lonergan's Economics and the Global Financial Crisis
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2012, 07:30:54 AM »
Hello all:  I think one of the most powerful aspects of Lonergan's work is the breadth that enables him to speak to both (1) an adequate theory of economics and (2) moral conversion; so that he addresses clearly and critically not only what IS, CAN,  and SHOULD BE in economic development, but also the movement of personal development, deliberations, and decisions that can bring it about. 

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