After Universal Basic Income by Simon Sarris

Are Baha’is Capitalists or Socialists by David Langness

A Small Town’s Simple Approach to Peace by Badi Shams

Asset Managers Get Involved in the Companies They Own from by The Economist

Baha’i Principle – Abolition of Economic Extremes by The Baha’i International Community

Baha’i Principles of Organization and Economics by Lawrence M. Miller

Baha’i-Inspired Charitable Agencies

Becoming Truly Customer-Focused — No Matter Where You Work by Lawrence M. Miller

Beyond Capitalism and Communism to a New Spiritual System by Nader Saiedi

Business, Development, and the Bahá’í Funds by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States

Can Spirituality Solve the Disparity Between Rich and Poor by Behrooz Sabet

Customer Service: the Relationship Goes Both Ways by Jaellayna Palmer

Economics, A Bahá’í Approach A publication by Warwick Leaflets

Economics and Spirituality from a Baha’i Perspective by Badi Shams

Evolving Toward a Baha’i Economic System by Gregory C. Dahl

Faith and World Economy by Giuseppe Robiati Reviewed by Sen McGlinn

Forging the Divine Economy by Justin Scoggin

Honesty and Trust Equal Social Capital by Lawrence M. Miller

How Community Banking Brings Prosperity to Everyone by Marilyn Waite

How Service to Others Can Drive Economic Life by Sheida Vair-Zadeh

How to Find Volunteer Work That Inspires Your Sense of Service by Nasim Mansuri

How to Measure True Prosperity by Abdu’l-Missagh Ghadirian

Human Nature and Human Society by William S. Hatcher

Integrating Spiritual Principles into Our Work Life by Susan Gammage

Is Housing a Human Right by David Langness

Is There A Baha’i Economic System? Wilmette Institute Webinar

Justice: The Trainer of the World by Lawrence M. Miller

New Directions for Economics by Gregory C. Dahl

Our Daily Work by Greg Hodges

Perspective: One world, One Currency published in One Country

Practical Economic Suggestions for Everyday Use by Badi Shams

Practical Suggestions for Community Service  by Badi Shams

Profit Sharing by Badi Shams

Rethinking Profit and Profit-sharing by Zarrin Caldwell

Searching for a New Economic Model in India Bahá'í World News Service

Shared Value Priorities in Groups: The Impact of the Baha’i Faith on Values by Faezeh Afshar

Study of the Bahá’í Writings on Economics  by Badi Shams

The 4 Characteristics of Great Social Capitalists by David Langness

The Baha’i Faith and Economics: a Review and Synthesis by Bryan Graham

The Baha’i Faith and the Market Economy by Farhad Rassekh

The World Economy of Bahá’u’lláh by Horace Holley

Uniting Labor and Management by David Langness

Why only Baha’is can Contribute to the Fund by Sathia Varqa

Why Tariffs are Bad Taxes  by The Economist

A Bahá'í Perspective on Economics Of The Future compiled by Badi Shams

Compilation on the Institution of the Mashriqu’l-Askar compiled by Universal House of Justice

Guidelines for Economic Living compiled by Badi Shams

Huqúqu’llah Compilation of Compilations

Statement on the Institution of the Mashriqu’l-Askar compiled by Universal House of Justice

The True Foundation of all Economics Compiled by Hooshmand Badee

Action on Climate Change Multiple Paths to a Better Future by Christine Muller

A Basis for Collective Action on Climate by Baha'i World News Service

A More Enlightened Approach to SDG Investing  by Harald Walkate & Cary

Balancing Economy with Ecology by Erfan Daliri

Can We Have a Flag for Our Planet by Badi Sham

Caring for the Environment  by Warwick Leaflets

Churches Help to Preserve Bird Biodiversity  by The Economist

Climate Change and Humanity 2.0 by Hugh Locke

Climate Change Putting our Principles into Practice by David Menham

Climate Conversations Need as a Unifier by Teresa Langness

Combatting Climate Change with Science and Religion by Kenneth E. Bowers

Conservation and Sustainable Development in the Bahá'í Faith by the Baha'i International Community

Conservation of the Earth  by Grahame Howells

Conservation of the Earth’s Resources  by Baha’i World Center

Consultation and Compromise in Environment Affairs  by Bill Knight-Weiler

Eco-spirituality by  The Guardian

Eco Principle Arthur Dahl  by reviewed by Stephen Vickers

Ecological Models of Social Organization  by Arthur Dahl

Ecological Stewardship as Applied Spirituality  by John Thelen Steere

Efforts to Make Buildings Greener are not Working by The Economist

From Division to Unity Toward a Just and Sustainable Society by James Howden

Green Asset Classes are Proliferating by The Economist

How to Be an Environmentalist by Peter Gyulay

How to Design Carbon Taxes  by The Economist

How We Can Build a Green Global Economy by Arthur Lyon Dahl

International Legislation for the Environment and Development  by Baha’i International Community

New Patterns of Community Life in an Urbanizing World by the Bahá'í International Community

Older Men are More Prone to Cognitive Impairment from Dirty Air  by The Economist

Road Makers Turn to Recycled Plastic for Tougher Surfaces  by The Economist

Shared Vision, Shared Volition: Choosing Our Global Future Together by the Baha'i International Community

Spiritual Foundations for an Ecologically Sustainable Society by Robert A. White

Sustainable Development Advancing Toward a Global Civilization by Christine Muller

Sustaining Societies: Towards a New 'We' by the Bahá'í International Community

The Golden Rule and the Green Rule by Jaellayna Palmer

Who is Writing the Future? Reflections on the 20th Century  by Baha’i International Community

Baha’i Meets Globalisation by Sen McGlinn

Can Globalization and Diversify Co-exist by Elaine McCreary

Conceiving a World Commonwealth — With the Politics of Love by David Langness

Economic Prosperity: A Global Imperative by Mary Fish

Ethics for a Global Society by Udo Schaefer

From Ego system to Eco system Economies by Otto Scharmer and Katrin Kaufer

Globalization and Religion  by David Skinner

Globalization and the Environment  by Arthur Dahl

Global Prosperity for Humankind  by Noojan Kazemi

Globalization: Welcome to the New World Order by David Langness

How Global Governance Can Address Climate Change by David Langness

Jacinda Ardern Says Economic Growth Is Pointless If People Aren’t Thriving  by Joe McCarthy

Regenerative Capitalism by John Fullerton

Repo-Market Ructions were a Reminder of the Financial Crisis  by The Economist

Science, Religion and Development  by Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity

Shared Vision, Shared Volition: Choosing Our Global Future  by Baha’i International Community

Social Crises and Their Connections to Global Ecological Problems  by Arthur Dahl

Summoning Our Common Will  by Global Development Agenda

The Bahá’í Faith and Globalization 1900-1912  by Robert Stockman

The Global Economy is on a knife-edge  by The Economist

The Globalization of the Bahá’í Community, 1892-1921  by Moojan Momen

Unions and Management by David Langness

Uniting the World in One Political Commonwealth by Kenneth E. Bowers

We Live in an Age of Miracles  by Badi Shams

Where Growth is Concerned, is Population Destiny  by The Economists

What Does the “Oneness of Mankind” Really Mean by  Badi Shams

Will Globalization Lead to a World Commonwealth  by Sohrab Abizadeh

A Global Minimum Tax on Corporations by David Langness

A Minimalist Lifestyle  by Jennifer Taylor Chan

By Itself Material Civilization Means Destruction by David Langness

Can Money Make You Happy by David Langness

Consuming Material Goods by Arthur Lyon Dahl

Everyone Has the Right to a Home by David Langness

Evolution: The Human Race Maturing Past Materialism  by Badi Shams

Extreme Poverty and Extreme Wealth by Arthur Lyon Dahl

Forsaking Personal Profit for Collective Gain by Joseph Roy Sheppherd

Fostering Equitable Commendable Wealth by Patricia Wilcox

Gambling by Rodney Richards

Getting Our Heads Above the Consumerism Waves by Peter Gyulay

God Mammon and real estate  by The Economist

Hollywood Homelessness and Hope by David Langness

How Bahá'ís Would Eliminate the Extremes Of Wealth and Poverty by Kenneth E. Bowers

How Does Wealth Get Us to Peace? by Rodney Richards

How the Rich Are Accepting the Baha’i Call to Help the Poor by Badi Shams

How to Get Corporations to Pay Their Taxes? by David Langness

Income Disparity in a Time of Global Crisis by Sayona Kahnamooei Freeman

Is Bigness Goodness? Dealing With Global Corporate Domination by Payam Zamani

Justice: the Organizing Principle of All Commerce by Lawrence M. Miller

Markets are Suffering from a Nasty Bout of Millenarianism by The Economist

Materialism: Q&A  by Susan Gammage

Materialism: A Distraction From Our Spiritual Lives by Abdu'l-Missagh Ghadirian

Materialism: Wearing Away at Our Kids by Ted Slavin

Materialism: What Advantage in Things You Possess  by John Dahnad

Materialism and the Coming Flood by David Langness

Materialism and the Rise of Conspiracy Theories and Cults by Nasim Mansuri

My True Worth by Masud Olufani

Policy Plus Philanthropy by David Langness

Rethinking Materialism by Enrico Giraudi

Rooting Out the Corruption in Our Economic Systems by Arthur Lyon Dahl

Soul Killing Jobs and How to Avoid Them  by Zarrin Caldwell

Survival of the Richest  by Dougas Ruskkoff

Take No Pride in Gold  by Baha'i International Community

The Alternatives to Privatisation and Nationalisation by The Economist

The Smoke of Corruption Enveloping the World by David Langness

The Spiritual Power of Poverty by Peter Gyulay

The Wealth of the One Percent by Barron Harper

Time for a Serious Discussion About Poverty and Justice by David Menham

We Can Overcome Consumerism by Christine Muller

What Is the Role of Wealth in Society by Jenna Nicholas

Which Billionaire Do You Admire Most.pdf

Why We All Need Wealth by Rodney Richards

With Great Wealth Comes Great Responsibility by David Langness

World Food Day: Eradicating Extreme Poverty the Bahá'í Way by David Langness

You Can't Eat Money by Arthur Lyon Dahl

5 Ways I'm Learning to Love Filing My Taxes by Jaellayna Palmer

A New Framework for Global Prosperity Baha’i International Community

Acting in Oneness for a Better Economy by Greg Hodges

At Work Be Forbearing, Be Kind, Be Steadfast by Derrick Stone

Building a Craft Business as if People Mattered by Philip Koomen

Building Social Capital in Your Community by David Langness

Do We Need to Justify Our Spending? by Badi Shams

Can We Create a Classless Society by David Langness

Consciously Transcending Your Social Class by David Langness

Does a Rising Tide Lift All Boats? by Tony McGinley

Economic Barriers and Restrictions Completely Abolished by David Langness

How Community Banking Brings Prosperity to Everyone by Marilyn Waite

How Microfinance Works to End Poverty by Sai Honig

How One Creative Bahá'í-Owned Business Builds Community by Katia Arami

How Service to Others Can Drive Economic Life by Sheida Vazir-Zadeh

Invest in Buying Your True Home by Peter Gyulay

Prosperity of Humankind Baha’i International Community

Rethinking Prosperity Baha’i International Community

Should Work Be Passion, or Duty by Firmin DeBrabander

The Concept of Prosperity by Farhad Sabtan

The Day I Became a Millionaire DHH

The Need for Spiritual Consultation by Badi Shams

The Role of Business in Enhancing The Prosperity of Humankind  by Walker, Nelson and Weinberg

The Spiritual Case for Destigmatizing Homelessness by Makeena Rivers

Uniting Labor and Management by David Langness

Values Altruism and Statecraft by Andy Tamas

Which Countries are Raising the Most Productive Humans  by The Economist

2 Effective Ways to Fight your Ego  by Badi Shams

A Baha’i Duty: Defending the Essence of All Religions por Badi Shams

Affirmative Action Should be Based on Class, not Race  by The Economist

April 22, 2016 Letter  by Board of Trustees (Canada)

Baha’i Faith and Social Action  by Christopher Buck

The Beauty and Benefits When East and West Meet by Badi Shams

Bringing the Insights of Religion into Development  Baha’i World News Service News

Building Communities that Encompass Everyone por Badi Shams

Cash is Replacing Other Forms of Aid  by The Economist

Challenges of Sustainable Development  by Augusto Lopez-Claros

Coming Soon: the Four-Hour Work Day by David Langness

Creating a Spiritual Workplace by Lawrence M. Miller

Creating Development Projects That Produce Positive Results by Moojan Momen

Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Success  by Palazzi and Starcher

Debunking the Fairy Tales of Eternal Economic Growth by Arthur Lyon Dahl

Development Impact Bonds are Costly, Cumbersome, and Good  by The Economist

Dialogues between Faith Values and ESD Values  by Arthur Dahl

Do We Worship Entrepreneurs and Western Education Too Much? by Nasim Mansuri

Does Ethical Investment Withhold Capital From Those That Most Need it   The Economist

Down with Philanthrocapitalism, Says an Entertaining Polemic by The Economist

Economic Life of Communities  Uplifting Words

Education of Women and Socio-Economic Development  by Geeta Gandhi Kingdon

Helping Workers Get By by The Economist

Horrible Bosses  by The Economist

How to Plug Budget Holes by Managing Public Wealth Better  by The Economist

How to Stop Civilization’s Excesses  by Rodney Richards

Huqúqu’llah The Right of God  by Research Department of the Universal House of Justice

Initial Coin Offerings Have Become Big Business  by The Economist

Is Your Profession Your Identity?  by Kathy Roman

Just System of Government  by John Huddleston

Lessons Your School Did Not Teach You  by Bruce Flow

Let Us Create An EcoRenaissance  by Guy Dauncey

Making the Sustainable Development Goals work for local communities everywhere  by Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl

Meal Prepping My Way Out of Minimum Credit Card Payments by Rachel Berkey

Money Managers and Charities are Offering Joint Investment Products by The Economist

Open Offices Can Lead to Closed Minds  by The Economist

Optimizing for Human Well-Being by Douglas Rushkoff

Overhaul Tax for the 21st Century  by The Economist

Overview of Baha’i Social and Economic Development  by Holly Hanson

Practical Economic Suggestions for Everyday Use  by Badi Shams

Quitting as a Game of Chess  by Queen Muse

Rising Inequality could explain tepid support for redistribution by The Economist

Should Affirmative Action be Scrapped?  by The Economist

Simple Interactions Can Have Unpredictable Consequences  The Economist

Social Action  by Department of the Secretariat — Universal House of Justice

Social Action  by Office of Social and Economic Development

Social and Economic Development  by Research Department of the Universal House of Justice

Social Justice, Wealth Equity and Gender Equality  by Leslie W. Kuzyk

Solidarity, not just charity for street community by Joshua Goldberg

Strategies and Processes of Social Change  by Howard Buchbinder

Suggestions for Community Service  by Badi Shams

Sustainable Communities in an Integrating World  by Baha’i International Community

Sustainable Development  by Christine Mulle

Sustainable Development and Prosperity  by Arthur Dahl

Sustainable Development and the Human Spirit  by Baha’i International Community

Sustainable Development, A Baha’i View  by Warwick Leaflets

The Baha’is and Social Development, Building Community  by Moojan Momen

The Annoying Habits of Highly Effective People  by The Economist

The Economists’ Diet  by The Economist

The Evolution of Institutional Capacity by Office of Social and Economic Development

The Paris Peace Forum by The Paris Peace Forum

The Process of Social Transformation by Farzam Arbab

The Rising Cost of Education and Health Care is Less Troubling than Believed by The Economist

The Welfare State Needs Updating by The Economist

The World Day of Social Justice and The Digital Economy by Aravindh Kaniappan

The Worldwide Bahá’í Community’s Approach to Social and Economic Development by Uplifting Words

Toward a Sociology of Wealth by Richard Lachmann

Towards A Just Economic Order  by Baha’i International Community

Towards a Framework for Action by Paul Lample

Understanding Each Other in these Difficult Times by Badi Shams

What is the Role of Wealth in Society by Jenna Nicho

What Makes Social and Economic Development Work? by Moojan Momen

Why Economists are Coming Out in Favor of Unconditional Basic Income by Leslee Goodman

Why is Macroeconomics so Hard to Teach? by The Economist

Why is Vigorous Economic Competition a Good Thing? by The Economist

Why Managers Should Listen to Shareholders by The Economist

5 Spiritual Principles I Try to Apply to My Business by Lindsey Engh

A Spiritual Approach to Microcredit Projects by Michel Zahrai

An Introduction to GNH (gross national happiness) by Karma Ura

Big Corporates’ Quest to be Hip is Helping WeWork by The Economist

Challenges of the Construction of a New Morality by Luiz Gushikan

Culture, Spirituality and Development by World Faiths Development Dialogue

Does Economics Determine Human History by David Langness

Economics and Moral Philosophy by Brian Davey

Economics and Morality by Timothy Taylor

Economics and Spirituality by Tony Michel

Ethics and Entrepreneurship, An Oxymoron? by George Starcher

Financial Literacy: Walking the Spiritual Life with Practical Feet by Brydon Grant

Financial Regrets to Avoid by Badi Shams

Growth Can Overcome the Loss of Faith in Global Cooperation by The Economist

How Can We Spiritualize Economics? by Christopher Buck

How Much Profit Margin Do You Need? by Badi Shams

How to Run a Calm Workplace by The Economist

How to Spend Your Money Spiritually by Badi Shams

Is Accumulating Wealth the Point of Life? by Carmela Tesfaye

Islami Bank Bangladesh by The Economist

In Religion and Economics, Cause and Effect are Very Hard to Prove by The Economist

Moral Economy by Andrew Sayer

Morality and Economy by Chris Hann

Morals and Leadership by Eloy Anello

My Lessons in Detachment and Reliance on a Higher Power by Badi Shams

People Are More Honest than They Think They Are by The Economist

Perspectives on Moral Economy by Lancaster University

Popenomics by The Economist

Rooting out the Corruption in Our Economic System by Arthur Lyon Dhal

Spiritual Enterprise by Lawrence Miller by Review by Anousha Vahdaty

Spirituality: The Surprising Solution to Our Economic Problems by Badi Shams

Removing Poverty Through Virtues by Badi Shams

The Bahai Concept of a Good Loan by Badi Shams

The Economics of Morality by Dillon Bowen

The Moral Assumptions Embedded in Economic Models of Climate Change by The Economist

The Power of Tracking & Budgeting by Zaid Dahhaj

The Role of Spirituality in Economics by Badi Shams

The Search for Values in an Age of Transition by Baha’i International Community

The Spiritual Dimensions of Microfinance by Barbara J. Rodey

Three Ways to Avoid Major Financial Regrets by Badi Shams

Toward a Development Ethics by Anna Vakil

Toward a New Paradigm of Management by George Starcher

Transforming Capitalism, 7 Acupuncture Points by Otto Scharmer

Valuing Spirituality in Development by Baha’i International Community

Value Investing is Long on Virtue But Has Been Short on Reward by The Economist

We Need to Replace Money as a Measure of Success by Badi Shams

Why Ethics Matters by Frank Stillwell

Work and Worship by Simon Ward

9 November 2018 Letter  by Universal House of Justice

A Catholic, a Muslim and a Baha’i on the Oneness of Religion by Badi Shams

A Renewed World Organization for the 21st Century  by Andreas Bummel

Acting in Oneness for a Better Economy  by Greg Hodges

Betterment of the World  by Baha’i International Community

Economic Justice and the Creation of a New International Economic Order  by Keith Suter

Economy for the New World Order  by Giuseppe Robiati

Evolution Towards World Order  by Baha’i World Center

Gross National Happiness  by Badi Shams

Guaranteed Jobs: An Explainer  by Ed Dolan

How Compatible are Democracy and Capitalism  The Economist

Income-share Agreements are a Novel Way to Pay Tuition Fees  by The Economist

Is Modern Monetary Theory Nutty or Essential  by The Economist

New Patterns of Community Life in an Urbanizing World Baha’i International Community

New Zealand’s First-Even Budget for ‘Well-Being’ by Sushmita Roy

Profit-sharing rising by Darain L Smith

Slower Growth in Ageing Economies is not Inevitable  by The Economist

The Beautiful Baha’i Promise of a Poverty-Free Future by David Langness

The New World Order by Warwick Leaflet

The Stress That Kills American Workers The Economist

The Worth of Nations  by The Economist

To Save the World, Become a Banker Not a Doctor  by The Economist

Toward a New World Order  by Matt Giani

Towards A New Spiritual Economic System  by Badi Shams

Universal Basic Income  by Brad S

Vision 2050 – Full Report Working for a Purpose   by The Economist

Wellbeing Economy Alliance Engagement Guide

Working in an Attractive Environment is Good for Employees by The Economist

Workism: Has Your Job Become Your Identity  by David Langness

World Citizenship  by Warwick Leaflets

Worries About the Gig Economy are Mostly Overblown  by The Economist

7 Bahá'í Economic Principles That Will Feed the Poor by Rodney Richards

82% of the Wealth Generated in 2017 in the World Went to the Richest 1% by Badi Shams

A Radical Idea for Reducing Inequality Deserves More Attention by The Economist

A Way Out of Extreme Wealth by Badi Shams

Abolition of Extremes of Wealth by David Langness

Answering the Cry of the Needy by David Langness

As Inequality Grows so does the Political Influence of the Rich by The Economist

Bahaullah the Father of The Poor by David Langness

Bangladesh Experiments with a New Approach to Poverty Alleviation by The Economist

Bucks After the Bang by The Economist

Dealing With the Disparity Between Rich and Poor by Mordecai Schreiber

Divine Justice: the Poor Will Have His Comfortable Cottage by David Langness

Do the Rich Deserve to be Rich? by Robert Jameson

Electricity does not Change Poor Lives as Much as was Thought by The Economist

Eliminating the Extremes of Wealth and Poverty by David Langness

Eradication of Poverty Day Sharing Wealth the Bahá'í Way by David Langness

Evolution and Economics: Eradicating Extremes of Wealth and Poverty by David Langness

Extreme Poverty and Extreme Wealth, Explained by Arthur Lyon Dahl

Extreme Poverty and Hunger on the Decline by David Langness

Extreme Poverty is Growing Rarer by The Economist

Fight Against Hunger by Baha’i International Community

Finland’s Basic-Income Trial did not Much Affect Work Incentives by The Economist

Go Tell It to the Wealthy by James Howden

God Will Ask: What Did You Do for the Poor? by David Langness

How Altruism Can Reduce the Poverty and Wealth Gap by David Langness

How Altruism Can Reduce the Poverty and Wealth Gap by David Langness

How Baha’is Would Eliminate the Extreme of Wealth and Poverty by Kenneth Bowers

How Can We Distribute Wealth Fairly? by Badi Shams

How Microfinance Works to End Poverty by Sai Honig

How to Escape Your Social Class by David Langness

How to Reduce the Wealth Gap — With Augusto Lopez-Claros by Radiance Talley

How Wealth Can Benefit the World by Rodney Richards

Humanomics: Alleviating Poverty Through Virtues by Badi Shams

Justice Poverty and Taxes by David Langness

Management of Small Rural Businesses by Michel Zahrai

Nobel Economist Says Inequality is Destroying Democratic Capitalism by Angus Deaton

Poverty Equals War by David Langness

Poverty Equals War by David Langness

Poverty Eradication Only Possible With Structural Transformation by Baha'i World News Service

Poverty Eradication Only Possible with Structural Transformation by

Poverty, Food and the Environment by Margaret Tash

Redistribution of Wealth by Research Department of the Universal House of Justice

Reforming Inheritance Laws to Create Social Justice by David Langness

Removing Poverty through Virtues by Badi Shams

Social Innovation and Eradication of Poverty by Baha’i International Community

The $124,421 Man, How to pay off a mountain of student debt in six years by Chadwick Matlin

The Beautiful Bahai Promise of a Poverty-Free Future by David Langness

The Palaces of the Rich by David Langness

The Pandemic and the Economy: What's a Human Life Worth by David Langness

The Poorest 3.8 Billion People Have As Much Wealth As 26 Billionaires by Laura Paddison

The Relationship Between Poverty and Justice by David Langness

The Relationship Between Wealth, Poverty, and Inequality by Radiance Talley

The Rich and the Poor by David Langness

The Rich Get Richer by David Langness

The Spiritual Power of Poverty by Peter Glulay

The World Bank’s Poverty Estimates Extreme Poverty is Growing Rarer by The Economist

Time for a Serious Discussion about Poverty and Justice by David Menham

True Wealth isn’t Something You Will Find in your Wallet by Ted Slavin

Using Laws and Altruism to Moderate Poverty and Wealth by David Langness

Wealth, Poverty and Spirituality by Matt Giani

What Does Prosperity Mean to You Jaellayna Palmer by Jaellayna Palmer

What Should Rich Nations Do About Refugees and Migrants by David Langness

Why Are People Still Poor by Baha'i International Community

Why We Excuse Excess by Maya Mansour

Why Wonga’s Woes Spell the End of the Payday Loan Industry by The Economist


A Wellbeing Economy is Possible

Bhutan: This Country Put Happiness Before Economy, But Did It Work?

Davos 2013 - The Moral Economy: From Social Contract to Social Covenant

Economics: a study of the March 1, 2017 letter from the Universal House of Justice

Economy of Wellbeing

Envisioning a Society without Poverty & Extravagance: Curing the Malaise with Moral Principles

Is Spirituality a Solution to the Economic Problems of Today? by Dr Soheil Abedian

Is There a Baha'i Economic System? by Hooshmand Badee

Manfred Max-Neef, Father of "Barefoot Economics" - Keynote at Zermatt Summit 2012

Manfred Max-Neef: Democracy Now Interview (Sept. 2010)

Marilyn Waring on Women and Economics

Moral economies, by Matthias Klaes

Moral Economy: 25 Concepts in Anthropology

Religion and Spirituality in the Context of Everyday Life, by David Sloan Wilson

Spiritual Solutions to the Economic Problems: Baha'u'llah

The Extremes of Wealth and Poverty: A Baha'i Perspective, by Augusto Lopez-Claros

The Origins of Economic Man and the Moral Economy, with Samuel Bowles

We Need One World Economy: Baha'i Economist Giuseppe Robiati

WEAll Policy Design Guide

What Is a Wellbeing Economy?

What Is the Global Economy?

What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

What Would a Moral Economy Look Like? Values and Metrics, by Joe Kaboski

What Would a Moral Economy Look Like? Values and Metrics, by Luigi Zingales

Why Economics Needs a Moral Dimension

Why Governments Should Prioritize Well-being

Ciencia y religión. ¿Cabe Dios en la Ciencia? por Dr. Amin Egea

Conferencia Biblioteca U.A.B.C. - septiembre 2018, por Lic. Hector Moreno, Lic. Neil Gerber y Mtro. Fred Frazelle

Entrevista a Farzam Arbab

Gobernanza y economía - La empresa responsable por Daniel Truran


5 razones porqué el progreso espiritual y material deben avanzar juntos por Greg Hodges

9 consejos económicos para unir a la humanidad Badi Shams

A los baha’is del mundo (1 de marzo 2017) Universal House of Justice

Abandonando el beneficio personal en favor del beneficio colectivo por Joseph Roy Sheppherd

Adam Smith y la moralidad Badi Shams

Citas bahais economía Baha’i International Community

Cómo centrarse de verdad en el cliente, sin importar donde trabaje por Lawrence M. Miller

Cómo se vería un modelo económico basado en la espiritualidad por Katia Arami

Compartir los beneficios: ¿Tiene sentido económico y espiritual? Badi Shams

Convertirse en un economista místico Badi Shams

Diccionario Simple de Economía Badi Shams

Directrices para la Economía de la Vida Mensajes de la Casa Universal de Justicia

Economía y espiritualidad Desde una perspectiva baha’i Badi Shams

Economía, una breve historia, sus problemas y sugerencias prácticas Badi Shams

El concepto bahá’í de un buen préstamo Badi Shams

El coste espiritual de un nivel de vida más alto Badi Shams

El primer paso de un activista por Arthur Lyon Dahl

Encendiendo la luz espiritual para resolver los problemas de la humanidad por Christine Muller

Escritos Baha’is sobre economia (charla) Badi Shams

Escritos Baha’is sobre economia (para participantes) Badi Shams

Escritos bahá’ís sobre economía Badi Shams

Evitando arrepentimientos financieros Errores financieros a evitar Badi Shams

Finanzas y Espiritualidad por Dr. Carlos Albert

Hacia un nuevo orden economic o espiritual Badi Shams

Hacia un nuevo sistema economico espiritual Badi Shams

Hacia un Orden Económico Justo Baha’i Internacional Community

Justicia: El educador del mundo Lawrence M. Miller

La Economía del Futuro: Una Recopilación de los Escritos Bahá’ís Badi Shams

La economía: breve historia, problemas y sugerencias prácticas Badi Shams

Las implicaciones de la Unidad de la Humanidad Badi Shams

Mi verdadero valor por Masud Olufani

Pensamientos varios de un economista mistico Badi Shams

Resolucion Spiritual del Problema Economico Social por Artemus Lamb

Servicio al cliente: una relación que va en ambos sentidos por Jaellayna Palmer

Spanish Entendiendo Badi Shams

Spanish Estudio de los Escritos Bahá’ís sobre la economía Badi Shams

Sugerencias economicas prácticas para un nuevo sistema economico Badi Shams

Sugerencias prácticas para la economia del futuro (para participantes) Badi Shams

Sugerencias prácticas para la economía del futuro Badi Shams

Ver el dinero a través de los ojos espirituales Badi Shams

Vivimos en la Edad de los Milagros Badi Shams

Abolición de los extremos de riqueza y pobreza por David Langness

¿Cómo aliviar la pobreza a través de las virtudes? por Badi Shams

Cómo construir comunidades que incluyan a todos"> por Badi Shams

Cómo los ricos están aceptando el llamamiento bahá’í de ayudar a los pobres"> por Badi Shams

¿Cómo podemos distribuir la riquez a de forma justa? por Badi Shams

Cuál es el papel de la riqueza en la sociedad. por Jenna Nicholas

Cuánto margen de beneficio necesitamos Badi Shams

Debemos justificar nuestros gastos Badi Shams

Erradicando la Pobreza Baha’i International Community

Gracias por la comida por Jaellayna Palmer

La causa principal de la indigencia por David Langness

La eliminación de la pobreza requiere una transformación estructural Bahai International Community

La ética de la justicia social de la ropa que vestimos por Maya Mansour

La forma de salir de la riqueza extrema Badi Shams

Lucha Contra el Hambre Baha’i International Community

Por qué permitimos el exceso por Maya Mansour

Presupuesto Personal por Dr. Carlos Albert

Puede la espiritualidad resolver la disparidad entre ricos y pobres por Behrooz Sabet

Qué deben hacer los países ricos con los refugiados y los inmigrantes por David Langness

Qué hace que el desarrollo social y económico funcione por Moojan Momen

Qué significa pasar hambre El ayuno bahá'í y la empatía por David Langness

Qué significa la riqueza para la nueva raza del hombre Badi Shams

Reflexionando sobre las ganancias y la participación en beneficios por Zarrín Caldwell