Can this market be saved?
A Catholic view of the market just may be what’s needed to rescue our economy from its moral recession.
The editors interview Daniel Finn
If anything good comes out of the current economic crisis, it might be a more urgent discussion of morality in the marketplace, theologian and economist Daniel Finn says.
Finn, a professor at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota and president of the Society of Christian Ethics, has attended separate meetings of theologians and economists on back-to-back weekends for 30 years.