Vol 32, No 1

Winter 2013

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Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
 
Table of Contents PDF
 
Introduction: Integrating the Catholic Intellectual Tradition PDF
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Articles

Rethinking Business Education as a Profession: Implications for Catholic Universities PDF
William M. Sullivan, Ph.D. 7-23
Students Lost in a Flattened World: How Resources from the Catholic Tradition Can Help Business Students Find Their Way PDF
Daryl Koehn, Ph.D. 25-40
Teaching the Principles of Economics: Reconciling the Canon of the American Economics Association to Catholic Social Thought PDF
Douglas Meador, Ph.D. 41-58
Rethinking How Business Purpose Is Taught in Catholic Business Education PDF
Lyman Johnson, J.D., Michael Naughton, Ph.D., William Bojan, M.S., C.P.A. 59-81
Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into Undergraduate Accounting Courses PDF
Jason Haen 83-97
Aligning Conversations: From Seminars to Curricular Reform PDF
Brother Raymond Fitz, SM, Ph.D., Patricia Altenbernd Johnson, Ph.D. 99-124
Institutionalizing a New Humanistic Synthesis: Toward a Business Humanities Approach PDF
Gregory R. Beabout, Ph.D. 125-144
A Proven Way to Incorporate Catholic Social Thought in Business School Curricula: Teaching Two Approaches to Management in the Classroom PDF
Bruno Dyck, Ph.D. 145-163


ISSN: 1948-5891