About This Journal
The Journal of Religion and Business Ethics is a peer-reviewed journal that examines the ethical and religious issues that arise in the modern business setting. While much attention has be given to the philosophical treatment of business ethics, this is the first journal to address the more inclusive scope of religious ethics and their understanding of right and just economic relationships.
Topics include corporate governance, accounting practices, employee/employer relationships, the environment, advanced technology, power relationships, the role of government in the economy, as well as insights from all major and marginalized religious traditions.
The journal is edited by Patrick Flanagan (St. John's University, NY), Elizabeth Collier (Dominican University), Thomas O'Brien (DePaul University), and Scott Paeth (DePaul University), and co-editors include some of the best-known figures in their fields, such as Charles Curran, and Pat Werhane.