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.
by Seth Thomas
How do we change banking culture and when are we going to truly put individual behaviour at the centre of restoring trust in the banking system? More »
We need always to consider the individual and the collective responsibility that we have when we consider the firm. More »
During this first Good Money Week I explore why the investment activities conducted by churches are examples of Good Money in action. More »
Culture is made up, not of mission statements and policy documents, but of the values and purpose of the organisation. More »
The narrative on the origins of the financial crisis is by now well-rehearsed, but bears repeating with a particular focus on culture. More »
We must learn to see good corporate culture as an ongoing process - not merely an end point that we can fulfil the criteria for and move on. More »
by Erika Karp
"The Days of Awe" refers to the ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur. They are a time for reflection, introspection, repentance and renewal. More »
I had the pleasure of dipping into several relevant books this summer and thought readers might appreciate recommendations on some fruitful reading. More »
Greece set to clash with EU as economics post goes to radical who described austerity measures as 'fiscal waterboarding'.
Report by Lawrence Summers and Ed Balls published by the Center for American Progress, highlighting the need for inclusive prosperity that serves the common good.
The Co-op has refused to lend £1.4bn to customers who do not meet its ethical standards and has pledged to tighten its policy further.
Oxfam warns of widening inequality gap, days ahead of Davos economic summit in Switzerland.
Archbishop Welby is right to warn on Britain's social fragmentation.