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Transparency In Financial Markets And Institutions: A Catholic Social Thought Perspecitve, Bridget Lyons, Lucjan T. Orlowski 2017 Sacred Heart University

Transparency In Financial Markets And Institutions: A Catholic Social Thought Perspecitve, Bridget Lyons, Lucjan T. Orlowski

Lucjan T. Orlowski

We argue that transparency, or information disclosure by public and private sector institutions should be viewed as an important component of the Catholic Social Thought process. A higher degree of transparency by a single institution denotes revealing a greater magnitude of truthful information that leads to optimization of actions by other individuals and institutions, thus ultimately, to maximization of social welfare. Based on the precepts of Catholic Social Thought, more detailed and unbiased information allows individuals to make more truthful observations of reality that subsequently rationalize their judgment and actions. This is particularly relevant for financial markets and institutions that ...


Transparency In Financial Markets And Institutions: A Catholic Social Thought Perspecitve, Bridget Lyons, Lucjan T. Orlowski 2017 Sacred Heart University

Transparency In Financial Markets And Institutions: A Catholic Social Thought Perspecitve, Bridget Lyons, Lucjan T. Orlowski

Bridget Lyons

We argue that transparency, or information disclosure by public and private sector institutions should be viewed as an important component of the Catholic Social Thought process. A higher degree of transparency by a single institution denotes revealing a greater magnitude of truthful information that leads to optimization of actions by other individuals and institutions, thus ultimately, to maximization of social welfare. Based on the precepts of Catholic Social Thought, more detailed and unbiased information allows individuals to make more truthful observations of reality that subsequently rationalize their judgment and actions. This is particularly relevant for financial markets and institutions that ...


The Blessing Or The Curse: Whose Values Will Guide Us? Where Will They Lead Us?, Piero A. Tozzi 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Blessing Or The Curse: Whose Values Will Guide Us? Where Will They Lead Us?, Piero A. Tozzi

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


The Privatization Of Religion And Catholic Justices, Richard S. Myers 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Privatization Of Religion And Catholic Justices, Richard S. Myers

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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How Secular Ideology Is Marginalizing The Rule Of Law And Catholic Contributions To Law And Society Ii: The Ten Commandments And The Rejection Of Divine Law In American Jurisprudence, Dr. Charles I. Lugosi 2017 St. John's University School of Law

How Secular Ideology Is Marginalizing The Rule Of Law And Catholic Contributions To Law And Society Ii: The Ten Commandments And The Rejection Of Divine Law In American Jurisprudence, Dr. Charles I. Lugosi

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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The Aspiration To Be A Catholic Social Scientist In The Eyes Of Robert Coles: The Search For Wisdom In An Information Age, Randy Lee 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Aspiration To Be A Catholic Social Scientist In The Eyes Of Robert Coles: The Search For Wisdom In An Information Age, Randy Lee

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Some Reflections On Labor And Employment Ramifications Of Diocesan Bankruptcy Filings, David L. Gregory 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Some Reflections On Labor And Employment Ramifications Of Diocesan Bankruptcy Filings, David L. Gregory

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Catholic Schools And Freedom Of Conscience In The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, J. Kent Donlevy 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Catholic Schools And Freedom Of Conscience In The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, J. Kent Donlevy

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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A Healing Priest For Others - Venerable Solanus Casey Of Detroit, C. Michael Bryce 2017 St. John's University School of Law

A Healing Priest For Others - Venerable Solanus Casey Of Detroit, C. Michael Bryce

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Rights, Liberties, The Common Good And The Transformation Of American Law In Recent Decades: Has The Legal Profession Failed In Its Ethical Obligation To Improve The Legal System?, Stephen M. Krason 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Rights, Liberties, The Common Good And The Transformation Of American Law In Recent Decades: Has The Legal Profession Failed In Its Ethical Obligation To Improve The Legal System?, Stephen M. Krason

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Address: Church And State Today: What Belongs To Caesar, And What Doesn't, Archbishop Charles Chaput 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Address: Church And State Today: What Belongs To Caesar, And What Doesn't, Archbishop Charles Chaput

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Introduction, David L. Gregory 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Introduction, David L. Gregory

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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The Right To Wear Headscarves And Other Religious Symbols In French, Turkish, And American Schools: How The Government Draws A Veil On Free Expression Of Faith, Oriana Mazza 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Right To Wear Headscarves And Other Religious Symbols In French, Turkish, And American Schools: How The Government Draws A Veil On Free Expression Of Faith, Oriana Mazza

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


Whither Free Exercise: Employment Division V. Smith And The Rebirth Of State Constitutional Free Exercise Clause Jurisprudence, Piero A. Tozzi 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Whither Free Exercise: Employment Division V. Smith And The Rebirth Of State Constitutional Free Exercise Clause Jurisprudence, Piero A. Tozzi

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


The Challenges Of Opening A Dialogue Between Catholic And Secular Feminist Legal Theorists, Susan J. Stabile 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Challenges Of Opening A Dialogue Between Catholic And Secular Feminist Legal Theorists, Susan J. Stabile

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Church-State Relations From A Catholic Perspective: General Considerations On Nicolas Sarkozy's New Concept Of Laïcité Positive, Fr. Evaldo Xavier Gomes 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Church-State Relations From A Catholic Perspective: General Considerations On Nicolas Sarkozy's New Concept Of Laïcité Positive, Fr. Evaldo Xavier Gomes

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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Pledging To God While Getting A Public Education: Why A Wall Of Separation Divides Ceremonial Celebration From Religious Indoctrination: Elk Grove Unified School District V. Newdow And The Right Of Parental Privacy, Rod Dixon 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Pledging To God While Getting A Public Education: Why A Wall Of Separation Divides Ceremonial Celebration From Religious Indoctrination: Elk Grove Unified School District V. Newdow And The Right Of Parental Privacy, Rod Dixon

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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"Intimately Linked": Examining Religious Protection For Student Expressions Of Sexual Abstinence, Stephanie R. Tumbiolo 2017 St. John's University School of Law

"Intimately Linked": Examining Religious Protection For Student Expressions Of Sexual Abstinence, Stephanie R. Tumbiolo

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


Work, The Social Question, Progress And The Common Good?, Harry G. Hutchison 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Work, The Social Question, Progress And The Common Good?, Harry G. Hutchison

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

No abstract provided.


Prophets, Cartoons, And Legal Norms: Rethinking The United Nations Defamation Of Religious Provisions, Joshua Foster 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Prophets, Cartoons, And Legal Norms: Rethinking The United Nations Defamation Of Religious Provisions, Joshua Foster

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

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