The development of Catholic social teaching on economics : Bernard Lonergan and Benedict XVI

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Ormerod, Neil, Oslington, Paul and Koning, Robin. (2012) The development of Catholic social teaching on economics : Bernard Lonergan and Benedict XVI. Theological Studies. 73(2), pp. 391 - 421.
AuthorsOrmerod, Neil, Oslington, Paul and Koning, Robin
Year2012
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ISSN0040-5639
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