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Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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Volume 25, Number 1112, 1998
Special issue: John Paul II's vision of the social economy

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WORK AS SUCH - The social teaching of the Church on human work
pp. 1618-1639(22)
Authors: Gaburro, Giuseppe; Cressotti, Giancarlo

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Christianity, John Paul II and the future of work
pp. 1658-1671(14)
Author: Wisman, Jon D

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LEISURE - Leisure in the economic thought of John Paul II
pp. 1672-1683(12)
Author: Stockhausen, Gerard

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Establishing the priority of labor
pp. 1699-1710(12)
Authors: Peterson, G Paul; Buss, James A

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Papal pronouncements on labor unions and workplace democracy
pp. 1711-1726(16)
Author: Gruenberg, Gladys W

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MARKET ECONOMY - John Paul II's passage to the market economy
pp. 1776-1789(14)
Author: McKee, Arnold

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Does economics have an ethical component?
pp. 1803-1810(8)
Author: Mayer, Henry C

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Beyond Pareto optima, efficiency and the "free market"
pp. 1811-1820(10)
Author: Nitsch, Thomas O

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