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81. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
John Stack Jacques Maritain's America
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Gary D. Glenn Intersections of Catholic and American Political Thought: A Symposium: Introduction
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Gary D. Glenn Comments on Stack on Maritain
84. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Robert J. Phillips In Sincerity We Trust?: The Supreme Court on Freedom of Conscience
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Gary D. Glenn Comments on Phillips on Conscientious Objection
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Andrew W. Foshee, William F. Campbell Catholic Social Encyclicals and Wilhelm Roepke's Political Economy of the "Third Way"
87. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Carmine Gorga, Stuart B. Weeks Fisheries Renewal: A Renewal of the Soul of Business
88. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Thomas V. Svogun Law's Virtue and the Formal Structure of an Integrative Jurisprudence
89. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Joseph M. de Torre Human Transcendence: The Principle of Subsidiarity and the Role of Authority
90. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Eileen R. Kelly Social and Public Policy Implications of Corporate Downsizing: A Catholic Perspective
91. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
V. Bradley Lewis Natural Law in Irish Constitutional Jurisprudence
92. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Thomas E. Schaefer, Walter L. Berthelsen One More Time—Is Affirmative Action Moral?
93. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Philip T. Crotty The Core-Contingent Work Force: Some Further Considerations of Corporate Employment Practices in the Light of the Social Encyclicals
94. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Guillermo Monies The Scope Of Economics And Related Questions: The Peschian View
95. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Jean-Francois Orsini The Cardinal Virtues and Management
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John J. Schrems Note on Political Science and the Abortion Issue
97. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Stephen M. Krason "A Civilization of Love" Beginning with and Including Catholic Institutions and Organizations
98. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Patrick Foley The Documentation Section
99. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Robert Johnson-Lally Diocesan Archives: A View of the Archives of the Archdiocese of Boston
100. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 20
Elmar Nass A Christian Theory of Leadership Ethics
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There are libraries full of narrative guides based on practical experience and tips for good leadership. The mere recognition of man as the center of personnel management is insufficient to arrange and evaluate a theory’s ethical content. The first concern of this article will be the disclosure of the fundamental values currently underlying contemporary management models and the assessment of their ethical quality. The second concern of the article will be to show a coherent deductive approach from a Catholic point of view. A Christian theory of leadership ethics is developed starting from its source of values up to strategic entrepreneur decisions. Its merit is to suggest a conclusive Christian orientation for the assessment of codes of ethics and leadership cultures in enterprises, that, as an end in itself, clearly and plausibly places man at its center.