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Economic Justice as Social Justice in a Globalized World: A Theological Analysis

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This article discusses the understanding of economic justice in the Accra Confession. It develops the notion of economic justice as social justice in a globalized world. By analyzing the discourse on corporate social responsibility in the European Union, it shows the importance of the interdependence of social responsibility and economic justice and vice versa.


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Affiliations: 1: The author is a program director for economics, business ethics, and gender issues at the Protestant Academy of Arnoldshain, Germany. She teaches economics and business ethics at the Faculty for Economics and Business Administration and has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University of Frankfurt/M. and has taught ethics at the University of Hannover;, Email:


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