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John Médaille: Articoli scritti

John Médaille tiene un corso sulle Encicliche sociali al College of Business della Università di Dallas, Texas. È anche un uomo di affari nel campo immobiliare. Ha scritto The Vocation of Business: Social Justice in the Marketplace e Equity and Equilibrium: The Political Economy of Distributism; scrive inoltre sul blog The Distributist Review. John Médaille is the author of Toward a Truly Free Market: A Distributist Perspective and The Vocation of Business: Social Justice in the Marketplace. He is also the editor of Economia Libertatii: Renasterea României Profunde (in Romanian.) Retired from a long career in business, he is now an Instructor in Theology at the University of Dallas and a columnist at The Remnant Newspaper.


MANAGEMENT/ What Does the Boss Really Do? Business Education and the Liberal Arts

According to JOHN MÉDAILLE , University of Dallas, management is a dialectical and rhetorical, and a dialogic, linguistic process. Hence the relevance of liberal arts in business education

“FREE” MARKET/ Neo-Feudalism and the Invisible Fist

How did we get to a situation where the “freedom of markets” has come to mean “servility” and corporate control? Free market has been redefined to mean “unregulated”, but without proper rules, the ...

GOLDMAN SACHS/ Aristotle and Aquinas, Bank Regulators

We live in an age of regulation, but we are simultaneously over-regulated and under-regulated. Maybe we could listen to Aristotle on this subject and to his principle of commerce that serves very ...

CREDIT/ A Tale of Two Banks

The great and powerful banking institutions have failed, and now exist only by their privileged access to the public purse. Yet there is a bank that did not fail, that has no difficulty in finding ...

CITIZENS UNITED/ 3. Welcome to the Plutocracy

President Obama and others have criticized the January 21, 2010, Supreme Court decision, which overturns certain restrictions on corporations contributing to political campaigns. John Medaille ...
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