Cathonomics: How Catholic Tradition Can Create a More Just Economy


By Anthony M. Annett. An ethical and practical guide to creating a world economy that is more prosperous, inclusive, and sustainable for all. Combines insights in economics with those from theology, philosophy, climate science, and psychology, exposing the failures of neoliberalism while offering a new model rooted in the wisdom of Catholic social teaching and classical ethical traditions. Drawing from the work of Pope Leo XIII, Pope Francis, Thomas Aquinas, and Aristotle, applies these teachings to discuss current economic challenges such as inequality, unemployment and underemployment, climate change, and the roles of business and finance. Read more.