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381Call for Papers: Can the Market be Moral? Re: [ineb] Re: "Buddhist Economics" 6th July

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  • Ulas Basar GEZGiN
    Jul 7, 2003
      After our round table discussion about Buddhist
      economics yesterday, I thought the post below is

      Here is a call for papers from International
      Sociological Association.
      The central question is: "Can the Market Be Moral"

      Some of you would be interested in the website too:

      I am sorry upon interrupting, if you have no interest
      in Buddhist economics.

      With kind regards,
      (economic psychologist who still insists that the
      distinction between economics and economy is

      Aj. Ulas Basar Gezgin,
      Makud Muang Rachawithayalai School,
      190 Moo1, T. Banna, A. Klaeng/ Rayong, 21110/ THAILAND

      Tel. 0066 2 7- 0214807
      0066 159 007 55
      (Turkce yapitlari icin
      (For his English works


      >Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 19:32:41 +0200
      >From: isa@... (International Sociological
      >Subject: Call for papers - Can the Market be Moral?
      >To: Members of the International Sociological
      >Call for Papers
      >Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
      >Can the Market be Moral?
      >Vol. XVI no.. 1/2 2004
      >It has become commonplace to expect unbounded
      progress in
      >advanced industrial societies via science,
      technology, and the
      >market. And while government has grown both in its
      >and regulatory functions regarding the economy,
      individual and
      >corporate human decision-making remain pivotal in
      >competition. This fact is underscored by both the
      >and failures in the world of business. Spectacular
      >bankruptcies and shareholder losses raise the issue
      >individual and corporate moral responsibility.
      >Reinhold Niebuhr's paradigmatic notion in Moral Man
      and Immoral
      >Society (1932) might be rephrased in a postmodern era
      lacking a
      >moral compass as: Can there be a moral society,
      economy, and
      >market composed of immoral men? Why do individuals
      tend to
      >relax their ethical standards when acting in groups
      >collectivities? How, then, can the American
      experiment in
      >democracy understood as popular self-government, the
      rule of
      >law, and free enterprise fulfil its promise of
      >equality, and justice for all?
      >Deadline for submitting papers: 1 January 2004.
      >Send 3 both-sided copies of: 15-25 page manuscript
      >150-word abstract, typed, double-spaced, in-text
      >format, author identification on a separate sheet
      only (with
      >postage for mss. return/SASE) to:
      >Dr. O. Gruenwald, JIS Editor,
      >IIR, 1065 Pine Bluff Dr.
      >Pasadena, CA 91107, USA
      >Early submissions recommended.
      >More information on the JIS web site: www.JIS3.org

      --- suancompany <suanco@...> wrote:
      > Route to Ruen Roi Chanam or "New Century" building
      > again: crossing Thakshin Bridge from Sathorn Road
      > take the Charoen Nakorn Road curve to the left. When
      > you arrive at Charoen Nakorn Road you have to choose
      > right or left. Take right and you will see the Shell
      > petrol station and Toyota garage soon (between Soi
      > 20 and 22). Exactly opposite Shell petrol station
      > you will see a small tunnel marked SEM. For parking
      > your car you may try the car park of Thai Commercial
      > Bank at Soi 22.
      > Sunday 6th July 2003
      > 13.30 � 16.00 hours
      > �New Century� building
      > 666 Charoen Nakorn Road, Klongsarn, Bangkok
      > DALAI LAMA
      > The Sathirakoses Nagapradipa Foundation
      > and
      > Suan Nguen Mee Ma Co., Ltd.
      > co-organize a
      > on
      > with
      > Ajarn Sulak Sivaraksa and Ajarn Apichai Puntasen
      > in dialogue with a circle of discussion partners.
      > Moderator: Pracha Hutanawatr
      > Buddhist Economics can be understood in a strict
      > sense. The book Buddhist Economics of Ven. Payuttho
      > (Thailand) is a very good example of the application
      > of Therevada teachings towards economic life. Seen
      > from a broader perspective E.F. Schumacher�s Small
      > is Beautiful has been the eye- opener for many
      > towards the notion that economics can ~ and should?
      > ~ be Buddhist. More recently H.H. the Dalai Lama
      > inspired business leaders to rethink their economic
      > paradigms. The broader understanding of �Buddhist
      > Economics� includes interaction with other
      > worldviews in a common effort to feed �holistic
      > development� with visionary business approaches.
      > This new vision is based on grassroots experiences
      > of people�s organisations (like community
      > enterprises and farmers� movements) in the first
      > place, but also addresses macro-economic and
      > cultural challenges.
      > The Sunday 6th July Roundtable discussion in the
      > �New Century� building is an opportunity to
      > anticipate the International Workshop on Buddhist
      > Economics to be held in September with Sulak
      > Sivaraksa, Helena Norberg-Hodge and Vandana Shiva.
      > This workshop will take place in Bija Vidyapeeth,
      > College for Sustainable Living, near Dehra Dun,
      > India; the Asian sister project of Schumacher
      > College U.K.
      > Later in the year the Social Venture Network
      > (SVN) will organize the conference �Re-thinking
      > Corporate Social Responsibility. Living Economies in
      > Asia� and one of its workshops will be hosted by the
      > �Spirit in Business� group that organized
      > conferences in USA and Europe with H.H. the Dalai
      > Lama, S.K. Goenka and Hazel Henderson.
      > Ajarn Sulak Sivaraksa is Right Livelihood
      > Recipient and was honoured with the �Gandhi
      > Millennium Award�. Ajarn Apichai is researcher and
      > lecturer at Thammasat University. The Moderator of
      > the Roundtable, Pracha Hutanawtr, prepares a
      > creative gathering in Ashram Wongsanit on �Buddhism
      > and Development� in cooperation with the World
      > Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD: an initiative of
      > the Archbishop of Canterbury and James Wolfensohn of
      > The World Bank) in December 2003.
      > Translation from Thai into English will be
      > provided. Donations welcome.
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      > 117 Fuang Nakorn Road (Opp. Wat Rajabopit)
      > Bangkok 10200
      > SIAM (Thailand)
      > Tel.: (66)(2)6220955 Fax.: (66)(2)6223228
      > E-mail: suanco@... or
      > suancompany@...
      > Website links:
      > www.sulak-sivaraksa.org
      > www.svneurope.com
      > www.svn.org
      > www.svnasia.or.th

      Aj. Ulas Basar Gezgin,
      Makud Muang Rachawithayalai School, Bilingual Department
      190 Moo1, T. Banna, A. Klaeng/ Rayong, 21110/ THAILAND
      Tel. 0066 2 7- 0214807
      0066 159 007 55
      (Turkce yapitlari icin http://www.ekolojikpolitika.org/ulas
      (For his English works http://www.ekolojikpolitika.org/ulas/hislife.htm

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