Vol 31, No 2

Summer 2012

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Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
Table of Contents PDF
Introduction: The Challenge of Institutionalizing Mission and Identity PDF


Business as a Vocation: Catholic Social Teaching and Business Education PDF
Cardinal Peter K. A. Turkson 151-168
Mission and Identity: The Role of Faculty PDF
Don Briel, Ph.D. 169-180
Institutionalizing Catholic Identity PDF
James L. Heft, S.M, Ph.D. 181-192
The Distinctive Vocation of Business Education in Catholic Universities PDF
Kenneth E. Goodpaster, T. Dean Maines 193-212
Mission, Vision, Strategy: Discernment in Catholic Business Education PDF
Wolfgang Grassl, Ph.D. 213-232
Cultivating the Understanding of a Catholic University’s Mission and the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching through a Faculty Service-Learning Experience PDF
Michael Guiry, Ph.D. 233-252
Exploring a Cultural Initiative: The Opus College of Business’s Mission-Driven Catholic Business Education Seminar PDF
Robert C. Shoemake, M.Div. 253-270
In New Wineskins: The Economy of Communion as a Model for Catholic Business Schools in Africa—The Case of the University Institute of the Diocese of Buea (UIDB), Cameroon PDF
Fr. Nkeze George Jingwa, Ph.D. 271-286
Institutionalizing Faith-Based Management Education in a Catholic University PDF
Benito Teehankee, DBA 287-302
Catholic Business Schools and the Crisis of the Academic Industry PDF
Carlos Hoevel, Ph.D. 303-320