Publications

Andrei Rogobete: The Challenges of Migration

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of The Challenges of Migration by Andrei Rogobete. The publication can be purchased here, a preview can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at (+44) 0186 5513 453.                     […]

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Richard Turnbull: Understanding the Common Good

  The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of Understanding the Common Good, edited by Richard Turnbull. The publication can be purchased here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at (+44) 0186 5513 453.                      

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Vol. 1 & 2: Making Capitalism Work for Everyone

  The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is delighted to announce the publication of Making Capitalism Work for Everyone – Vol. 1 & 2, edited by Richard Turnbull and Tim Weinhold.   Volume 1 can be purchased here and Volume 2 here.   Alternatively, you can submit a request to CEME’s offices via email […]

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Lyndon Drake: Capital Markets for the Good of Society

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of Capital Markets for the Good of Society: A Christian Perspective by Lyndon Drake. The publication can be purchased here, a preview can also be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at (+44) 0186 5513 453.  

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Ben Cooper: The Economics of the Hebrew Scriptures

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of The Economics of the Hebrew Scriptures by Ben Cooper. The publication can be purchased here, a preview can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at (+44) 0186 5513 453.    

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Andrei Rogobete: Ethics in Global Business

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of Ethics in Global Business by Andrei Rogobete. The publication can be purchased here, a preview can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at (+44) 0186 5513 453.        

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Martin Schlag: Business in Catholic Social Thought

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of Business in Catholic Social Thought by Martin Schlag. The publication can be purchased here, a preview can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at, (+44) 0186 5513 453.      

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Richard Turnbull: The Moral Case for Asset Management

This was a speech given at a reception for the New City Initiative hosted by the Lord Mayor of London, the Rt Honourable Lord Mountevans – July 7th 2016, Mansion House. To request a full copy of the Report please contact office@theceme.org May I, first of all, add my own thanks to the Lord Mayor, to […]

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The Challenge of Social Welfare: Seeking a New Consensus

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of The Challenge of Social Welfare: Seeking a New Consensus by Brian Griffiths, Richard Turnbull, James Perry and Maurice Glasman. The publication can be purchased here, sample of the publication can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or […]

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Edward Carter: God and Enterprise

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics (CEME) is pleased to announce the publication of God and Enterprise: Towards a Theology of the Entrepreneur by Edward Carter. The publication can be purchased here, a sample can be found here. Alternatively, please contact CEME’s offices via email at: office@theceme.org or by telephone at, (+44) 0186 5513 453.     […]

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Quaker Capitalism – Lessons for Today

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets & Ethics is pleased to announce the publication of Ouaker Capitalism – Lessons for today? by Dr Richard Turnbull. Abstract: The frugality and simplicity of the Quaker character encouraged the patient wait for economic return in entrepreneurial activity – the precise opposite of the greed that seems so much at the forefront […]

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Lord Shaftesbury – Responsibility and the Welfare of Humanity

Dr Richard Turnbull, Director of CEME, presented a paper to invited guests at the CCLA in London on 24 September 2013. A copy of his paper can be found here.

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