Announcing the 9th Annual International Conference and Call for Presentations

"In Search of the Virtuous Economy: A Plea for Dialogue, Wisdom, and the Common Good"

June 6 – 10, 2010

California Lutheran University
Thousand Oaks, California


Prof. Jamshid Damooei and Dr. Kamran Mofid

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Globalization for the Common Good: An Interfaith Perspective

Ninth Annual Conference 


California Lutheran University is delighted to announce that it will host
the ninth annual conference of Globalization for the Common Good

The Event will be a featured part of California Lutheran University's 2010 celebration of 50 years as a university

The conference will also be the ninth in the annual international series,
under the auspices of Globalization for the Common Good – An Interfaith Perspective (founded by Dr. Kamran Mofid)

This major global conference is being convened by Dr. Kamran Mofid, Founder, Globalisation for the Common Good
and Dr. Jamshid Damooei, Co-director, Center for Leadership and Values, School of Business, California Lutheran University.

The overall organization of the conference at CLU is overseen by the Executive Committee of the Conference.
Members of this committee are:

Professor Pamela Brubaker: Professor Jamshid Damooei:
Professor Guy Erwin: Professor Herbert Gooch:
Rev. Melissa Maxwell-Doherty: Professor Nathan Tierney:

Previous conferences have been held in Oxford (2002), St. Petersburg (2003), Dubai (2004), Kericho, Kenya (2005), Honolulu (2006), Istanbul (2007), Melbourne (2008), and Chicago (2009).

For background information on the initiative and details of previous conferences

California Lutheran University

Center for Leadership and Values, School of Business, California Lutheran University

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