Markets & Culture

The Acton Institute believes that commerce is an essential component to the culture of any society, enabling individuals to freely serve the needs of one another through mutually beneficial exchange.

Further Reading:

Why Should Businessmen Read Great Literature?
by Vigen Guroian

At Century’s End
by Michael B. Barkey

The Manners of the Market
by Dr. Howard Baetjer, Jr.

Joseph Schumpeter and the Moral Economy
by Joseph Klesney

The Universality of the Market
by Rev. Robert A. Sirico

On Declaring Capitalism a Failure
by Rev. Robert A. Sirico

John Paul II and the Problem of Consumerism
by Raymond J. de Souza