Martin is the director of the programme in church management at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, in partnership with the University of St. Thomas and other U.S. and international universities.
His research focuses on the tradition of Catholic social thought in political and economic questions. Specifically, he studies how the Christian faith over the centuries related to markets, trade and exchange, money and interest, and private property and social justice. The focus is on how to promote principled business leadership for the common good and to overcome poverty by including the poor into the market economy.
Martin’s experience as a consultant to the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace in Rome gives him a unique insight into social and human challenges worldwide.
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