For our fifth Capitalism Catch-22 themed on 2 July, economists and anthropologists have elaborated on the possible relations between religion and economical growth, in order to explore whether an economy founded on different moral values could be more durable than the current financial system.
With presentations by:
Eelke de Jong, professor of International Economics at Radboud University Nijmegen.
David Bassens, assistant professor at the University of Brussels.
Sabine Luning, lecturer and director Graduate School at the University of Leiden