The Fraternal Economy: A Pastoral Psychology of Franciscan Economics

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Cloverdale Books, 2007 - Business & Economics - 204 pages
"The fraternal economy is presented as a new way of relating economically and socially, one that builds trust and communion rather than suspicion, exhaustion and division. This work brings together insights from two disciplines, pastoral psychology and organizational development, helping readers understand how they can live and work in a more just and collaborative way"--Provided by publisher.

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