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    Saints and CEOs: an historical experience of altruism, self-interest and compromise by David Molyneaux . ...two entrepreneurial bishops, Basil and Gregory of
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      Saints and CEOs: an historical experience of altruism, self-interest and
      compromise
      by David Molyneaux

      ."...two entrepreneurial bishops, Basil and Gregory of Nyssa, struggling to
      balance tensions between 'liberality' and 'fairness'.They compromised, competed
      robustly for revenues and were vexed over limited budgets and resources for
      projects while their disapproving cousin, the academic Gregory of Nazianzus,
      criticised their worldliness. Their historical experiences suggest four
      pragmatic and possibly normative ways of blending altruism and self-interest for the
      overall advancement of benecial change." [Business Ethics A European Review
      Volume 12 Issue 2 Page 133 - April 2003]


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