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Sister Laura, Dominican Religious Sister, Economist, Author, and Co-founder of Christian Social Principles in Economy Mission Discusses Ethical Capitalism and a Human-centered Economy

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Sister Laura (center) with Theodore S. Boone (left) and Ádám Herczegh (right).

Sister Laura, Dominican religious sister, economist, author, and co-founder of Christian Social Principles in Economy Mission, who received her Ph.D. from Corvinus University and is a teacher at Corvinus, discusses ethical capitalism and a human-centered economy with CBI Co-Hosts Theodore S. Boone and Ádám Herczegh.

The episode is now available on Spotify.

Corvinus Business Intelligence is dedicated to learning about, and from, today’s and tomorrow’s business leaders and to understanding the cutting-edge issues on which they work.

The podcast is produced by the Budapest Investment Club of Corvinus University’s School of Business in Budapest and hosted by Corvinus faculty member Theodore S. Boone and Corvinus School of Business students.

The Budapest Business Journal is a media sponsor. 

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