Globalisation for the Common Good is dedicated to promote ethical, moral and spiritual values into the areas of economics, commerce, trade and international relations amongst others, as well as personal virtues, to advance understanding and action on major global issues by civil society, the private enterprise, the public sector, governments, and national and international institutions, leading to the promotion of collaborative policy solutions to the challenges posed by globalisation. We are committed to the idea that the marketplace is not just an economic sphere, ‘it is a region of the human spirit'. We view the problem and challenge of globalisation not only from an economic point of view, but also from ethical, spiritual and theological perspectives. Globalisation for the common good is predicated on a global economy of sharing and community, grounded in an economic value system whose aim is generosity and the promotion of a just distribution of the world's goods, services, natural resources, and wealth.
The Globethics.net library contains all the articles of the Journal of Globalization for the Common Good from 2006 (spring) to 2010.
Journal of Globalization for the Common Good
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- Political ethics
- Economic ethics
- Community ethics