Paul Hoyt-O’Connor is currently Director of the Center for Undergraduate Fellowship and Research at the George Washington University.  He has published several articles which seek explore the relevance of the thought of Bernard Lonergan to economic and social life, including Bernard Lonergan’s Macroeconomic Dynamics (2004).

Previously, Hoyt-O’Connor served as Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Humanities at Spalding University, and as Lilly Fellow of Pedagogy and Vocation at the College of the Holy Cross.  A native of Brooklyn, he currently lives with his wife, Avis and daughter, Ginny in Rockville, MD.

Ricardo Aguado holds a BA in Economic and Business Science from the University of Deusto and a PhD in Applied Economics from the University of the Basque Country. He is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Deusto where he teaches in the Business Administration and Management and full-time MBA and Executive MBA programs.

Aguado’s publications mainly focus on economic, environmental and social sustainability, and sustainability of competitiveness and economic development. He currently forms part of the Business Competitiveness and Economic Development research group (CEDE) and his other areas of research interest include economic development and Catholic social thought.

Iñigo Calvo is Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategy and Information Systems at the University of Deusto, receiving his MA in international relations and comparative politics from the Catholic University of Leuven, and having also studied at the London School of Economics.  Calvo is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Deusto.

Calvo has published articles on matters related to the recent economic conditions within the Basque Country and strategic responses to the Great Recession of 2008.  He served previously in the Oficina Económica of the government of the Basque Country and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the BBK Banking Foundation.