Istituto Acton regularly publishes monographs and trade-press publications in Italian and French on Catholic Social Teaching, moral anthropology, and economic thought, including translations of the “Christian Social Thought” series of booklets produced and sent annually to bishops and Acton alumni in diverse languages.
The Acton Institute is one of the few think tanks operating in Rome, and the only one combining free market economics and religious thought. Istituto Acton promotes our message of a free and virtuous society to a wide and influential audience, including the Catholic community in Italy and throughout Europe. In doing so, we also serve as a European hub for global leaders to engage a broader range of stakeholders on issues related to economics, politics, religion, and social policy.
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