Ekonomie náboženství a náboženství v postkomunistické Evropě

Rok vydání: 2018
Počet stran: 160
Rozměry: 17 × 24 cm
Vazba: Brožovaná
ISBN: 
978-80-210-9118-4
978-80-210-9125-2 (e-kniha)
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.5817/CZ.MUNI.M210-9125-2018

Pavol Minárik

„Českému čtenáři se prostřednictvím této knihy otevírají nové obzory a troufám si říct, že text by měl být povinnou četbou nejen každého ekonoma, který se zabývá ekonomií veřejného a neziskového sektoru, ale i těch, kdo pochybují o možnostech ekonomie vyrovnat se s tak abstraktními a složitými fenomény, jakými jsou víra a náboženství. Po přečtení knihy bude patrně většina čtenářů souhlasit s jedním ze závěrečných autorových výroků: … současný svět, jakkoli se to z české perspektivy může zdát podivné, je svět náboženský a není pravděpodobné, že by se tato skutečnost v blízké budoucnosti změnila. Zkoumání náboženství je proto minimálně stejně relevantní jako v minulosti a s ohledem na ztrátu osobní zkušenosti s důležitostí náboženství v naší společnosti možná ještě více. Podotýkám, že autor k tomuto zkoumání minimálně v českém kontextu svou knihou výrazně přispěl.“
Doc. Ing. Vladimír Hyánek, Ph.D. (z recenzního posudku)

Autor Pavol Minárik přednáší ekonomii na Univerzitě Jana Evangelisty Purkyně v Ústí nad Labem a na vysoké škole CEVRO institut v Praze. Jeho odborným zaměřením je institucionální ekonomie, publikuje zejména k tématům náboženství v komunistickém a postkomunistickém období.

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