CEME Event: God and Competition

The Centre for Enterprise, Markets & Ethics (CEME) was delighted to organise an event on God and Competition – Towards a Positive Theology of Competitive Behaviour. Hosted by CCLA Investment Management, the event featured a book launch, lecture, group discussion and reception.  Author Revd Canon Edward Carter talked about his new book on competitive behaviour and how we can develop a positive and constructive understanding of competition.

 

Participants included:

Brian Griffiths – Chairman, CEME

Richard Turnbull – Director, CEME

Andrew Lilico – Executive Director, Europe Economics

Andrew Baughen – Soulful Enterprise research project

Richard Godden – Partner, Linklaters

Andrew Packman – Partner, PwC

John Tattersall – Partner, PwC, Chair Oxford Diocesan Board of Finance

Revd Dr Michael Lloyd – Principal, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford

Revd Canon Edward Carter – Vicar, St Peter, Mancroft, Norwich, Director, CBF Funds

Andrei Rogobete – Associate Director, CEME

Adrian de la Touche – Company Director

Anand Selvarajan – European Region Leader, RSM Global

Peter Eckley – Economist, Bank of England

Michelle Meagher – Centre for Law, Economics and Society, UCL

Graeme Pollard – Diocesan Secretary (CEO), Diocese of Blackburn

Revd Julian Macro – United Reformed Church

Revd Steve Morris – Vicar, entrepreneur

Noemie Wiroth – UNIAPAC

 

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