Douglas A. Hicks is associate professor of leadership studies and religion at the University of Richmond and author of Money Enough: Everyday Practices for Living Faithfully in the Global Economy (Jossey-Bass).
Articles by Douglas A. Hicks
Reflections on Money, Morality, and an Uncertain World
Stephen Green would be the first to tell you that he has led a
privileged life. Indeed, he acknowledges his privilege throughout his
book. As chair of HSBC, the global banking powerhouse, he has traveled
the world and has engaged deeply in the global economy. He has sipped
champagne and exchanged ideas at retreats with the world's most powerful
As chief spokesperson for the One Campaign, U2 rock star Bono asks fans not for money, but for a personal commitment to taking a stand against poverty. The campaign, founded by Bread for the World, CROP, World Vision and other organizations, has 2 million U.S. members.
The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy
Saving Adam Smith: A Tale of Wealth, Transformation and Virtue
Last January President Bush announced that he was building on “a magnificent, courageous and compassionate response to terrorism” with the creation of the USA Freedom Corps, an initiative that combines the AmeriCorps, Senior Corps and Peace Corps. Then he added a new organization, the Citizens Corps, which will focus on prevention of and emergency response to terrorism.