Dr. Worden is a scholar and writer.
His fields include business and government, political theory (comparative federalism), business ethics (conflicts of interest), historical ethical theory, religious studies, and leadership studies (ethical leadership).
His book, "Godliness and Greed," traces the history of Christian thought on the relationship between wealth/profit and greed through the Reformation.
Read his essays on markets, comparative federalism (e.g. the EU), business ethics, leadership, religion, film, higher education, and society on OneEurope and on his newsletter - The Worden Report.
On October 2, 2012, a panel of experts in the E.U. issued its recommendation that banks quarantine their risky trading activities (i.e., proprietary) from their deposit and lending “commercial banking” …
Unemployment compensation should be federalized, meaning that the E.U. Commission should be responsible for collecting revenue, and paying out unemployment compensation.
By definition, crisis means that the usual way of doing things no longer applies. The vital change that is necessary on the state level in Italy, Greece, and even Spain m
Strengthening democratic accountability is a complex matter, for it may not mean expanding the offices subject to popular election. Modern federalism is a complex animal.