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Luigi Sturzo and Civil Economy

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Civil Economy in the Social Market Economy: a Theoretical Perspective

References Antiseri D., La Vienna di Popper, Soveria Mannelli, 2000. Antiseri D., Karl Popper, Soveria Mannelli, 2011. Antonetti N., Luigi Sturzo e la costituzione italiana, Soveria Mannelli, 2017. Böhm F., Eucken W., Grossmann-Dörth H., The Manifesto of 1936, In: Peacock A., Willlgerodt H. (Eds.), Germany’s social market economy: origins and evolution, London, 15-26, 1936/1989. Buttiglione R., Metafisica della conoscenza e politica in S. Tommaso d’Aquino, Forlì, 1985. Cappellano M., Società civile, In: Cappellano M. (Ed

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Circular economy performance of EMAS organizations in Poland based on an analysis of environmental statements

REFEENCES Commission Regulation (EU) 2018/2026 of 19 December 2018 amending Annex IV to Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the voluntary participation by organizations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS). European Commission (2015). Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. Closing the loop – An EU action plan for the Circular Economy. COM(2015)0614 final. Brussels. European

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Reciprocity in the Civil Economy: a Critical Assessment

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Circular economy in companies: an analysis of selected indicators from a managerial perspective

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The Economic-Mathematical Development of Buildings Construction Model Optimization on the Basis of Digital Economy

Engineering & Technology, vol. 7 (3.2), pp. 584-586, 2018. [7] V. Kupriyanovsky and D. Namit. “Digital economy - Smart way to work.” International Journal of Open Information Technologies , vol. 2, pp. 26-33, 2016. [8] M. D. Spector. Choosing the best options for organizing and construction technologies. Moscow, 1980, pp. 237-280. [9] S. A. Ushatsky. Choosing the best solutions in the construction industry management. Kiev, 1974, pp. 93-168. [10] T. Yudina. “Understanding the digital economy.” Theoretical Economics , vol. 3, pp. 12-16, 2016

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Does foreign direct investment cause financial sector development – evidence from an emerging economy

R eferences 1. Adam, A. M. and Tweneboah, G. (2009), “foreign direct investment and stock market development: Ghana’s Evidence”, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 26 No. 1, pp. 178-185. 2. Adeniyi, O., Omisakin, O, Egwaikhide, F.O., and Oyinlola, A. (2012), “Foreign direct investment, economic growth and financial sector development in small open developing economies”, Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol. 42 No.1, pp. 105 – 127. 3. Al Nasser, O. M. and Soydemir, G (2010), “Domestic and international determinants of

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Ordolieral Roots of Ecological Market Economy

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Western Germany introduced the model of a Social Market Economy after World War II. This model has become an example of socio-economic reforms for many European countries. In the initial phase of the development of the new socio-economic policy concept, the postulate of "prosperity for all" was especially appealing as it considers economic policy and social policy as a whole. In subsequent years of development, particularly at the end of the twentieth century, the model of a Social Market Economy has become a source of foundation for creating new concepts and ideas that would include more aspects of responsible and sustainable development combined with proper care for resources and the natural environment. In the view of this, the aim of this paper is to attempt to answer the question of to what extent the Social Market Economy model can lay the foundation for sustainable, responsible and ecological development. In order to be able to answer such a research question, the author based his reasoning and analyses on the theory of ordoliberalism and the following research methods: factual analysis, comparative analysis and analysis of selected publications. The main findings of the research are that the concept of Social Market Economy contains numerous elements that can foster the implementation of the sustainable, responsible and ecological development of countries and societies.

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The Future of Blue Economy: Lessons for European Union

. Joroff M. - The Blue Economy: Sustainable industrialization of the oceans [at] Proceedings, International Symposium on Blue Economy Initiative for Green Growth, Massachussets Institute of Technology and Korean Maritime Institute, Seoul, Korea, May 7, 2009. Jung B. - Blue Economy as a new Growth Strategy in Korea [at] Proceedings, International Symposium on Blue Economy Initiative for Green Growth, Korean Maritime Institute, Seoul, Korea, May 7, 2009. Kaczynski V., Brosnan I., Leschine T. - The Future of the

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Catholic Social Teaching as a Pillar of Social Market Economy

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This paper presents different historical and systematical approaches to point out the relationship between Catholic social teaching and social market economy. A fundamental connection between Catholic social teaching, ordoliberalism, and the market order is given in more detail. It becomes clear that not every form of capitalism is suitable for Catholic social teaching. However, the so-called “Rhenish capitalism”, i.e., social market economy, is the form of market economy that best coincides with the criteria of Catholic social teaching. This paper examines the anthropological and ethical foudations of the economic order in a detailed manner, especially of the economic order, especially the fundamental value of freedom as well as the notion of social justice by taking into account the importance of an ethos and an institutional framework. The idea of social market economy has to face current challenges and future perspectives which prove that – from an ethical point of view – the center of this discussion is the question of ineluctable standards of humanity and justice.

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