The new economics asserts – despite Dawkins and his band of positivists – that economics simply doesn’t reflect the real world unless it recognises that human aspirations are often higher than just getting the lowest price. That means spirituality, not just ethics.
We asserted the importance of values, and ethics in the 1980s, and then along came the whole array of indicators, to review every corporate entity and every product – and the business of ethics was handed over by companies to their accounting departments with a sigh of relief.
Read it at The New Economics FoundationIs it time for spirituality in business?
￼by David Boyle
I'll bet you didn't know about The Palgrave Handbook of Spirituality and Business (2011).