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.
This significant series of three events at St Paul's will probe key issues that underlie the report of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Banking and the wider financial sector. More »
A full transcript of the keynote speech for the second debate in our series 'The City and Common Good: What kind of City do we want?' More »
St Paul's Institute is in the middle of its series on The City and the Common Good. The difficult part of that is that we seem to be dominated by the bits we can measure. More »
A full transcript of the keynote speech for the first debate in our series 'The City and Common Good: What kind of City do we want?' More »
The 'haircut' required of the Greek depositors involved Cypriot banks to a large extent, and the timebomb under the Cypriot economy started ticking. More »
Austerity is linked to ancient themes of purification, atonement and sacrifice which, even in our more secular society, may continue to hold much power. More »
So it has happened. We are not AAA anymore. And now that we are not AAA we learn, not surprisingly, that being AAA was not the really important thing anyway. More »
by Sally Reith
Why not take a look at how you manage your money and see what changes you can make to a more ethical choice in 2013. More »
St Paul's Cathedral has hosted Al Gore, former US Vice President, environmental advocate, and co-founder and Chair of Generation Investment Management. More »
A summary of the key arguments for and against British membership in the EU.
According to a new report that underlines the pressure on Britons' finances amid rising unemployment.
The essence of his theme is 'restraint and awareness... respect for the proportionate and the limited'.
Britain's Green Investment Bank (GIB) is the world's first bank solely focused on lending to clean energy projects.
Britain's Overseas Territories have bowed to pressure for greater tax transparency, in a move the government has hailed as "a turning point".
I was most encouraged to hear Lord Skidelsky accept so clearly... More »
I am so pleased that this is being debated in a... More »
Great info. Lucky me I came across your blog by accident... More »
A most stimulating essay. Thank you! Hope to read more... More »
But surely justified as intended reference to the deeply entrenched and... More »