St Paul's Institute
Located within the City of London, St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: financial integrity, economic theory, and the meaning of the common good.
A lot of gently chiding language. Over the last 35 years... More »
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You tell em Pete! More »
Thank you for a terrific piece. Regarding the final paragraph, we... More »
This is a very good reminder that showing a welcome practical... More »
The National Union of Students (NUS) answers some of our questions about women in leadership. More »
Hilary Cotton, chair of WATCH (Women and the Church), answers six questions about women in leadership. More »
It is now just over a month since I started my new position as Director of St Paul's Institute. An appropriate time to sketch some first impressions of the Institute and its future. More »
The narrative of global financial reform was ready for another shake-up, but what is currently missing from the language of reformed capitalism? More »
Barbara Ridpath will be responsible for thought-leadership, vision, strategy and organisation of the wide programme of events run each year. More »
Summary report from a recent seminar held in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. More »
Full transcript of keynote speech from Christiana Figueres at an event held at St Paul's Cathedral on Wednesday 7th May 2014. More »
Good people are no less vulnerable to being deflected from true ethical standards by the mesmerising effects of large numbers. More »
The cause of equality has been taken to a higher level in England - Robert Shrimsley.
An analysis from Fortune showed that Fortune 1000 companies with female CEOs record better stock market returns than those with male CEOs.
Justin Welby had attacked Wonga, but 24 hours later it was revealed that the church had indirect exposure to the lender.
Campaigners hail 'major victory' as council representing half a billion Christians says it will stop investing in fossil fuels.
Governments and the media obsess about it while statisticians endlessly fiddle - but what is the real point of GDP and can it ever be accurately measured?