Faith and the Global Agenda: Values for the Post-Crisis Economy

Authors: John DeGioia Klaus Schwab

January 18, 2010

Published in collaboration with Georgetown University, this World Economic Forum report addresses faith and the global agenda, focusing on the connection between values and the economy. It includes a Facebook poll of 130,000 respondents in 10 countries, two-thirds of whom consider the current economic and financial crisis to be centered on ethics and values. The report also contains essays by global religious leaders including Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Patriarch Bartholomew, as well as an essay by Berkley Center Director Thomas Banchoff reviewing major developments at the intersection of religion and world affairs in 2009. The report was published prior to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2010.

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