[Autom. eng. transl.] A finance for development What the crisis has taught us The volume A finance for development. What the crisis has taught us has just been published by Vita e Pensiero as n. 8 of the “Contributions” series, edited by the University Center for the Social Doctrine of the Church of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart. Collects the fruits of a research, which saw the commitment of scholars from different faculties of our University (Economics, Banking Sciences, Political and Social Sciences): in addition to the two coordinators, Lorenzo Caprio and Ferdinando Citterio, they took part in it professors Mario Anolli, Elena Beccalli, Simona Beretta, Domenico Delli Gatti, Marco Lossani, Marco Oriani, Andrea Perrone. Each shared his own reflections with the other members of the Working Group, mostly acquired during previous independent research. Rethought and reworked in the horizon of the Social Doctrine of the Church, they have been merged into a unitary text, which expresses the common thought of the participants in the research and in which each of them recognizes himself. Starting from a synthetic but precise examination of the roots of the crisis and the economic policy responses with which it has tried to deal with them, the work then focuses on the behavioral models of the actors of the financial world, highlighting their critical points, and finally, he wonders about the conditions and factors that can allow finance to fulfill its most authentic aims, how to reconnect it with development.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] A finance for development. What the crisis has taught us|
|Publisher||Vita e Pensiero|
|Number of pages||143|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|