|Conference on Business Education at Notre Dame University|
|EoC U.S. 에 의해서 작성|
|금요일, 27 JUNE 2008|
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What is the economy of communion in freedom project (“EoC”) and how is it a resource for business education? These questions were addressed by Linda Specht’s paper presentation at Notre Dame University on June 11, as part of the “Business Education at Catholic Universities” conference.
The EoC business principles echo the “golden rule” which is found in many of the world religions. Thus, the EoC model is appropriate in many different settings, including non-Catholic universities such as Trinity University. Specht’s presentation described the beginnings of the EoC, the nexus of EoC business principles with Catholic social teaching, and the EoC course that she taught at Trinity University. One important aspect of the course, as described at the conference, was the opportunity to model the EoC principles in a classroom setting and in collaboration with St. Mary’s University, where Jonathan Michelon also taught a course on the EoC. John Mundell, director of the EoC internship program, was also available at the conference to answer questions. A number of attendees at the presentation expressed an interest in integrating the EoC into their curriculum, including schools in the U.S. and the U.K.