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Tag Archive 'Corporate Social Responsibility'

We’re happy to present a new book on BAM. It’s unique feature is the blend of short chapters explaining the BAM concept interspersed with brief case studies of BAM businesses. Mats Tunehag writes about BAM from Biblical, historical, global, missiological and conceptual perspectives. He also gives an overview of the development of the modern day […]

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Wall Street vs. BAM Street

Return on investment – ROI. This is a common term and acronym in the financial world as well as in the business community. People invest in businesses with a hope of getting a good return. This is also the lifeblood of the stock exchanges around the world. Companies need financial capital to start and to […]

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Should Christians in business have a Jesus centered mission as they do business? Or should they just try to do good ethical business but play down Jesus in their business relationships and activities? Some like the term Business as Mission, others dislike it – even with a passion. It doesn’t matter to me. It is […]

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We know that businesses can fail and hurt people (Enron) and harm nature (BP). But it is equally true that we all depend on businesses and that they can do good. The woman in Proverbs 31 was an astute businesswoman whose ventures served people and her community. The Quakers practiced a kind of Corporate Social […]

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