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Luigi Sturzo and Civil Economy


The paper defends the thesis that a proper understanding of Sturzo’s thought and work can be achieved only within the perspective of the civil economy paradigm. After exposing the main pillars characterizing the civil economy research program, the argument proceeds indicating the reasons why Sturzo did not consider adequate, for a country like Italy, the proposal of the social market economy. The paper concludes suggesting same reasons to explain the fin de non recevoir of the political establishment with respect to Sturzo’s testimony.

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Capitalism and Its New–Old Religion: a Civil Economy Perspective

.S., Unintended reformation: how a religious revolution secularized society, Cambridge, MA, 2012. Hirschman A.O., The passions and the interests, Political arguments for capitalism before its triumph, Princeton, 1977. Nelson R.H., Two gods: economic religion versus environmental religion, Pennsylvania, 2010. Sella E., La dottrina dei tre principi, Padova, 1930. Sen A., Merit and justice, in: Arrow K.J., Bowles S., Durlauf S.N. (Eds.), Meritocracy and economic inequality, Princeton, 5-18, 2000. Viner J., The role of providence in the social order

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Internationalization of Japanese Business Groups – Literature Review

). BtoB 企業のコーポレート・コミュニケーションの特質 -ステークホルダー・マネジメントの観点より-. [online] Available at: < > [Accessed 18 August 2018]. [94] Hirano, T. (2011). 「日本的経営」の歴史的形成に関する議論の変遷 : 歴史把握と現状認識の関係Sub Title The transition of arguments on the historical formation of “Japanese management” : an interrelation between the understanding of history and current knowledge, Mita Business Review, 54(5), pp. 129-146. [online] Available at: <http

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