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.
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The problem, as I see it, is that we are entrenched... More »
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The currency of a country is what the people trust; and what they cease to trust will no longer serve as currency. More »
Has the imprudence of those who led our economic system to the edge of collapse caused us all to become increasingly risk-averse, to the detriment of creativity, enterprise and faith? More »
Economic growth can bring about widespread improvement in living standards, but it doesn't necessarily do so; and they aren't always sustainable or evenly distributed. More »
One of the tragic by products of the increasing power of money is that churches and charities quickly become captive to ways of thinking which have negative effects on the world's poor. More »
I do my banking, a bit of my shopping and all my energy purchase with the Co-op. So I certainly watch with the concern of one who has personal reasons for wanting the mess cleared up. More »
by Julian Bond
How can faith communities do more to inject a sense of fairness in the financial system? More »
The shortcomings of the markets are not just things for good people to think about: they require resistance in the name of the common good. More »
Summary report from our recent series. including key points from our eminent speakers and results of an audience survey conducted following the series. More »
A leading debt advice charity says it has seen an 82% increase in the number of clients with payday loan problems.
The governor of the Bank of England has told the world's biggest banks to stop complaining about proposed new capital requirements, saying they've had it too easy for too long.
Benefit system failings under fire from Church leaders who claim PM's policies are 'responsible for half of food aid cases'.
Papers from the international consultative meeting held at the Vatican in September 2013. Topic of discussion was: "Debt Crisis, Financial Reform and Common Good".
New study's findings overturn theory of personal risk preference as a 'stable trait', and show that real source of instability in risk behaviour "lurks deep in the physiology of traders and investors".