As part of my postdoctoral work, I research moral exemplars — or role models — within UK financial services firms. Many will doubt that finance has good role models at all, given a long history of corporate scandals and an array of bad behaviour in the sector. But, as my colleagues and I have seenContinue reading “Modelling Virtue in Finance”
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Should We Admire the Shrewd Steward (Luke 16:1-9)?
Moral exemplarism and Christian ethics The following paper was given at the 2022 annual conference of the Society for the Study of Christian Ethics. You can download the full text of the paper through the button below. The paper will be published in the journal Theology in Spring/Summer 2023. Positive role models, or moral exemplars,Continue reading “Should We Admire the Shrewd Steward (Luke 16:1-9)?”