New Financial Horizons: The Emergence of an Economy of Communion Lorna Gold Foreword by Michael Naughton Hyde Park, New York: New City Press, 2010 (224 pages) In its two decades of existence, the Economy of Communion (EOC) has been abundantly studied and written about and has earned widespread recognition, including from Benedict XVI (Caritas in Veritate, no.
What does EoC stand for?
EoC stands for Economy of Communion (charitable initiative for businesses)
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We have 166 other meanings of EoC in our Acronym Attic
- Chief Engineering Aide (Naval Rating)
- Chief Equipment Operator (Naval Rating)
- Eagle Owners Club (UK)
- Early Operational Capability
- Earth Observation Center
- East Ohio Conference (United Methodist Church)
- Eastern Orthodox Church
- Economic Opportunity Council
- Economic Outlook Conference (various locations)
- Economic Outpatient Care
- Edge of Coverage (satellite communications)
- Education Outreach Committee (various locations)
- Educational Opportunity Center
- Educational Options Center (Riverside, CA, USA)
- Electro-Optic Controller (Nortel)
- Electro-Optics Center (Freeport, PA)
- Electronics Operations Center
- Element of Cost (US DoD acquisition)
- Element Operations Center
- Element Owners Club (Honda enthusiasts group)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The encyclical frequently avers to creative socioeconomic movements: fair trade, social entrepreneurship, the Focolare movement's Economy of Communion, even attempts to return to indigenous agricultural methods.
Today there are about 750 business that follow the principles of the Economy of Communion (EOC) worldwide.
The aim of this article is to examine the origins of the Economy of Communion in the early years of the Focolare Movement and to ask whether such a proposal could point the way to a "new Weberian thesis" capable of redirecting global capitalism in more socially and environmentally sustainable directions.