The Invisible Hand Conspiracy: The Case For A Capitalist Theology

Capitalism has been marginalised and silenced in the social and religious debate about morality. This may be because Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand’ implies capitalists do not need to act morally. In this climate, capitalists may feel they have a licence to misbehave. They are endangered by their proximity to wealth and power, and need help. A theology of capitalism is needed.

Poole, E. (2004) The Invisible Hand Conspiracy: The Case For A Capitalist Theology, Faith in Business Quarterly, 8:4, Winter 2004/2005

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