- Title Pages
- 1 What Does Catholic Social Thought Recommend for the Economy?
- 2 What Is “Sustainable Prosperity for All” in the Catholic Social Tradition?
- 3 Catholic Social Thought, Civil Economy, and the Spirit of Capitalism
- 4 The Political and Economic Impact of CST since 1891
- 5 Just Contracts and Catholic Social Teaching
- 6 The Unjust Contract
- 7 From a Theological Frame to a Secular Frame
- 8 Wealth Creation, Social Virtues, and Sociality
- 9 What Do We Know about the Economic Situation of Women, and What Does It Mean for a Just Economy?
- 10 Truly Africa, and Wealthy!
- 11 Capital, Spirit, and Common Wealth
- 12 An Ecofeminist Approach to the True Wealth Project
- 13 Moving from Research to Action
The True Wealth of Nations: The Ethics and Economics of Prosperity
- The True Wealth of Nations
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