THE FIRST ONLINE MRI SYMPOSIUM: Toward a New Paradigm of Economics

Symposium
 

 Date:

  • 15-16 October 2019

Location:

  • Don Bosco Auditorium, University of Saint Joseph, Macau (Ilha Verde Campus)

地點:

  • 中國澳門青洲河邊馬路14-17號,聖若瑟大學

Transportation Info:

Languages:

  • English

Online Registration:

Invitation:

MORE ON THE EVENT:

The ONLINE MRI Symposium will consist in a series of workshops, whose participation will be mostly but not exclusively by invitation. The basic theme remains focused on understanding the need for a New Paradigm and marshalling the resources for constructing it. What has changed, however, is what we are now learning in light of the global economic crisis now rolling in like a tsunami in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and also in the light of the new online channels. The title of the ONLINE symposium for 2020 which is “Toward a New Paradigm of Economics” is based on the work and mission of Pope Francis in shaping a new approach to economics and finance oriented towards the common good in close cooperation with a broad network of partner institutions at all levels.

MAIN TOPICS OF THE ONLINE SYMPOSIUM:

(1) SPIRITUAL CONVERSION, WISDOM TRADITIONS AND THE MINDSET OF SOLIDARITY

(2) SELF EMPOWERMENT OF THE POOR AND SUBSIDIARITY

(3) FINANCE AND ECONOMICS RE-DESIGNED FOR THE COMMON GOOD AND JUSTICE

(4) ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND PRUDENCE

Organising Institutions

  • The Macau Ricci Institute
  • University of Saint Joseph Macau

Contact us:

  • Brian Chao: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Sofia Sou: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sponsor

  • Macao Foundation (澳門基金會)
 
 
 
 

Thursday, 15 October 2020:

Friday, 16 October 2020:

 
 
 
 
Title Author Link
Exploring The Co-Operative Economy And Its Social Impact Andrew So Click here
Stifling Philippine Growth: The Cost A Pandemic and Transfer of Risk Bayani IV Quilala, M.A. Click here
Self-Formation for the Underprivileged Bernard Lee Click here
New economic paradigm: 3 Ideas Betty Cernol McCann Click here
New Institutional Ideas Are Needed Bruno S. Frey and Margit Osterloh Click here
Three key ideas toward a new economic paradigm Chiaretto Yan Click here
Toward A New Paradigm of Economics Christine Lai Click here
Borders and De-Bordering in the 21st Century: Transforming Policies of Exclusion to Policies of Inclusion Christine Leuenberger Click here
Globalance in International Finance Ethics Christoph Stückelberger Click here
In support of Andrew So’s proposal, Exploring The Co-Operative Economy and Its Social Impact Dennis P. McCann Click here
Aristotelian Ethics and the Economy of Communion Edmond Eh Click here
Ethical Outlook on Environmental Pollution Emmanuel Chubaka Click here
The Visible Hand‘Ethical Investment’: Methods & Transformative Potentials Franz Gassner Click here
Three core ideas to change the economic paradigm Georges Enderle Click here
Confucian Merchant, Confucian Culture, Sustainable Business IP Po-Keung Click here
Solidarity as a key for a better economical and social justice José Miguel Encarnação Click here
Summary of 3 key ideas that can change the economic paradigm towards an economy oriented to the common good based on solidarity and fairness Karen Neng Wun Ha Click here
Frugality, Intrinsic Value of Nature, and Wellbeing Oriented Businesses Laszlo Zsolnai Click here
One City, Two Systems Lida V. Nedilsky Click here
Christianity and economic inequality Maier Martin S.J Click here
The Socialisation of Capitalism for the New Economic Paradigm Mike Thompson Click here
Toward A New Paradigm of Economics Roderick O'Brien Click here
Re-imagining the role of marketing from driving consumption to enabling consummation Sanders Dean Click here
Summarized Statement from the Macau Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility in Greater China (MICSRGC) Sandy Sio Hou, Jenny Guan Jie Qi and Carlos  Noronha Click here
Triggering Change of The Economic Paradigm Through Institutions of Education Stephan Rothlin Click here