Works by CG

Fifty years of research and publications have yielded a culture that can be described as a culture of the people, designed to be used by the people and for the benefit of the people.

Some of my latest writings can be found at:

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BOOKS   Available at: Amazon Books

The Economic Process: An Instantaneous Non-Newtonian Picture Third Edition,
The Somist Institute, 2016.

The Centrality of the Resurrection: Are We Ready to Let Jesus Enter our Hearts? (Relationalism) (Volume 2), The Somist Institute, 2016.

A Case for God: In Search of a Humanism Filled with True Human Beings, (Relationalism) (Volume 1), The Somist Institute, 2014.

The Economic Process: An Instantaneous Non-Newtonian Picture. Lanham, Md. and Oxford: University Press of America, 2009, expanded softcover edition.

To My Polis, With Love: May Gloucester Show the World the Ways of Frugality, The Somist Institute, 2008.

To My Polis, With Love: May Gloucester Show the World the Ways of Frugality, The Somist Institute, 2008, Kindle edition.

The Economic Process: An Instantaneous Non-Newtonian Picture. Lanham, Md. and Oxford: University Press of America, 2002.

Quality Assurance of Seafood (with Louis J. Ronsivalli), Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1988, hardcover. 

in Albert Tavidze, ed. Progress in Economics Research, Vol. 19. Hauppauge, NYNova Science Publishers, 2010

1.               The Economics of Jubilation: Blinking Adam’s Fallacy Away
3.         Concordian Economics: A Structure at Three Levels
5.         From the “Dismal Science” to the Economics of Jubilation: In Search of True Enlightenment
11.       Four Economic Rights and Responsibilities: Tools to Make the Corporation Serve the Needs of        
          Human Beings                 
12.       A Bottom-Up Monetary Policy: A Silver Bullet to Inject Stability into our Financial Markets


Roots of Property Laws: From the moral contract to the social contract. Is the legal contract next? 2010,

Ethics in Concordian Economics, 2012,             

A Declaration of Economic Interdependence and a Bill of Economic Rights and Responsibilities, 2012,  

Investing Cash Hoarded by Large Corporations, 2012,


Economic theory

“A Revision of Keynes' Model: The Escape Route toward Concordian Economics” ([1974] 2009). Available at SSRN:

"The Revised Keynes' Model," Atlantic Economic Journal, Sept. 1982, 10 (3) 52.

“Economics for Physicists and Ecologists,” Transactions on Advanced Research, January 2008, Vol. 4 (1) 6-9.  This paper is also available at  

“Concordian Economics: Tools to Return Relevance to Economics,” Forum for Social Economics, 2009, vol. 38, issue 1, pages 53-69. Available online in cyber format at and in soft cover at

Michael Emmett Brady and Carmine Gorga. 2009. "Integrating the Formal, Technical, Mathematical Foundations of Keynes’s D-Z Model of the Theory of Effective Demand Into Keynes’s Decision Theory: Toward a New (and Final?) Interpretation of the General Theory," International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Volume 17, number 3, pp. 195-235 (July-September). 

"Hoarding and Most Economists,” History News Network, August 9, 2010. 

“Concordian Economics: A non-Newtonian Construct,” The Rheol World, September 2010.

“Toward the Development of Concordian Econometrics,” January 21, 2011, at SSRN:

"Concordian Economics: On the transformation of the ‘dismal science’ of economics into The Economics of JUBILATION,” Transactions on Advanced Research (Forthcoming).

"Beyond Keynes….. Toward Concordian Econometrics", International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Part III of the Special Issue on J.M. Keynes, Vol. 20, No. 1, Jan-March 2012, pp. 248-277. 

“The Many Perspectives of the Economic Process Observed through the Lenses of
Concordian Economics,” July 16, 2012, 
at SSRN:

“Economics of Morality: Economics of Moses, Economics of Jesus,” Mother Pelican, Vol. 11, No. 4, April 2015. (

Economic policy

“Reconciling Keynes and Hayek through Concordian Economics: A Revolution from the Center”, International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Part V of the Special Issue on J.M. Keynes, Vol. 20, No. 3, July-Sept 2012, pp. 358-387.

“Economics of Sentimentality: From Aristotelian Economic Justice to Modern Social Justice,” Mother Pelican, Vol. 11, No. 4, April 2015. ( 

“Why the Opposition to Laudato Si’,” Mother Pelican: A Journal of Solidarity and Sustainability, Vol. 11, No. 8, August 2015.

Monetary policy

"The Productivity Standard: A True Golden Standard” (with Norman G. Kurland), in Dawn M. Kurland (ed.), Every Worker an Owner: A Revolutionary Free Enterprise Challenge to Marxism, WashingtonD.C.: Center for Economic and Social Justice, 1987, pp. 83-86.

“A Three-Part Proposal for Investing Hoarded Cash,” The Catholic Social Science Review, 18 (2013): 261–263 (

“The Status of Economics Since 2008,” Mother Pelican: A Journal of Solidarity and Sustainability, Vol. 11, No. 9, September 2015.

Legal affairs

"Four Economic Rights: Social Renewal Through Economic Justice for All”, Social Justice Review, January-February 1994, 85 (1-2) 3-6.

"Toward the Definition of Economic Rights,” The Journal of Markets and Morality, Spring 1999, II (1) 88-101. Reprinted with a new introduction and postscript at  November 2014.

“Economic Justice” in Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Social Policy (LanhamMD: Scarecrow Press, 2007), 335-337.

Political affairs

“Not Simply a National Fund, but a Stabilization and Development Fund,” Mondo Economico, April 1964, 19 (14) 14-16.

“To Become a Somist,” Gloucester Daily Times, February 29, 1984, p. A10.

"Bold New Directions in Politics and Economics,” The Human Economy Newsletter, March 1991, 12 (1) 3-6, 12.

“The Creators of Poverty,” Gloucester Daily Times, Symposium, December 18, 1998, p. A10.

“Somism: Beyond Individualism and Collectivism Toward a World of Peace and Justice,” Mother Pelican, Vol. 10, No, 11, November 2014. (

Fisheries development

"The Importance of the U.S. Fishing Industry: Some Enlightening Statistics" (with Louis J. Ronsivalli), Seafood America, July/August 1981, 1 (7) 26-7, 34..

"Fisheries Renewal: A Renewal of the Soul of Business" (with Stuart B. Weeks), The Catholic Social Science Review, Vol. II, 1997, pp. 145-161.

Articles, mostly on fisheries development, published in the Gloucester Daily Times are being archived at
He is also a frequent contributor to the Cape Ann Beacon ( and to Newsvine (


On the Transformation of Mathematics from a Linear to a Relational Discipline - Toward the Reunification of the Physical and the Social Sciences,” International Journal of Mathematics, Game Theory and Algebra, 2010, vol. 19, issue 4, pp. 235-244.


“On the Equivalence of Matter to Energy and to Spirit,” Transactions on Advanced Research, July 2007 | Volume 3 | Number 2 | ISSN 1820 - 4511: 40-45. The original publication is available at


“Toward Relational Ontology: From Matter to Spirit through Physics and Metaphysics,” December 21, 2009, at SSRN:


A Petition to Define Mary's Nature and to Fulfill St. John Bosco's Prediction,” November 2002, at SSRN:

“The Equivalence of the Three Persons of the Triune God,” December 24, 2009, at SSRN:

Meditations on ethics
“Nazis, Atheists, and the Shoah” (April 2011), The Ethical Spectacle 

“An Easter Meditation” (May 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“Delusion of Self-Power” (June 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

Peter J. Bearse and Carmine Gorga, “Disempowerment by Illusion” (July 2011), The Ethical Spectacle
“Peddlers of pleasure, fearful of pain and without love” (August 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“A meditation on love“ (September 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“Love Is a Virtue” (October 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“Beyond Pleasure and Pain” (November 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“Tsunami as the Hand of God, My God” (December 2011), The Ethical Spectacle

“Morality: God, Evil, and our Responsibilities” (January 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

“Another Year of Impasse?” (February 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

“The Ajax Dilemma: Resolved Through Concordian Economics” (March 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

"A Call to 99.99% of the Population" (April 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

“Oh, so sensitive!” (Mat 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

“Some Libertarians Are Economic Libertines” (June 2012), The Ethical Spectacle

Be Good: Getting rid of interferences” (July 2012), The Ethical Spectacle


Review of "Trade, Development, and Social Justice" by Raj Bhala, The Journal of Markets and Morality, Fall 2004, 7 (2) 567-570.

Review of "Frugality: Rebalancing Material and Spiritual Values in Economic Life" edited by Luk Bouckaert, Hendrik Opdebeeck, and Laszlo Zsolnay. The Journal of Markets and Morality, Fall 2008, 11 (2) 325-328.


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