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[Prior to Fall 1999, this journal was published as the Bulletin of the Association of Christian Economists. The numbering of issues has continued unchanged.]



Surveys of thought within theological traditions:

ANDERSON, John E. and George Langelett "Economics and the Evangelical Mind" 28 (Fall 1996) 5-24.

ANDERTON, Charles H. "Conflict Economics in Christian Perspective" 37 (Spring 2001) 1-9.

DU PLESSIS, S.A. "How Can You Be a Christian and an Economist? The Meaning of the Accra Declaration for Today" 56 (Fall 2010) 65-80.

ERICKSON, Lee E. "Recent Economic Positions of the Protestant Churches" 24 (Fall 1994) 40-53.

FFORESTFACH, Lord Griffiths of. "Caritas in Veritate: Pope Benedict's Two Cheers for Globalization" 56 (Fall 2010) 111-124.

HALTEMAN, Jim "An Anabaptist Approach to Economic Systems" 16 (Fall 1990) 6-13.

HEAD, Thomas F. "The Bishops and the Economy: A Review Essay" 9 (Spring 1987) 12-19.

HIRSCHFELD, Mary. "Discussion: Economics and Theology in Conversation." 58 (Fall 2011) 24-30.

HITTINGER, Francis Russell. "Divisible Goods and Common Good: Reflectionis on Caritas in Veritate" 58 (Fall 2011) 31-46.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "A Reformed Approach to Economics: The Kuyperian Tradition" 20 (Fall 1992) 7-27.

KABOSKI, Joseph. "Comment on Hittinger's 'Divisible Goods and Common Good: Reflections on Caritas in Vertate'" 58 (Fall 2011) 47-57.

MCKEE, Arnold "Why Protestants Should Pay Attention to Catholic Economic Teaching" (Viewpoint) 18 (Fall 1991) 4-6.

NOELL, Edd S. "A Reformed Approach to Economics: Christian Reconstructionism" 21 (Spring 1993) 6-20.

OXFORD CONFERENCE "The Oxford Declaration on Christian Faith and Economics" 15 (Spring 1990) 5-18.

PAYNE, Daniel P. and Christopher Marsh. "Sergei Bulgakov's 'Sophistic' Economy: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Christian Economics." 53 (Spring 2009) 35-52.

SIDER, Ronald J., Vinay Samuel, David Bussau, Moss Ntlha, Ruth Callanta, Tito Paredes "The Agra Covenant on Christian Capital" 25 (Spring 1995) 10-12.

SKILLEN, James W. "The Oxford Declaration on Christian Faith and Economics: Some Comments and Questions" 16 (Fall 1990) 14-21.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Integration and Differentiation: Economics at Christian Colleges" 24 (Fall 1994) 9-23.

WEBB, Bruce G. "Whose Theology? Which Economics?" 23 (Spring 1994) 45-62.

WEICHER, John D. "Traditional Christian Perspectives and Modern Welfare Reform" (part of symposium entitled "Truly Disadvantaged, Truly Compassionate: Christian Perspectives on Welfare Reform") 37 (Spring 2001) 16-20.

WORLAND, Stephen T. "Centesimus Annus and the Catholic Social Tradition: Has John Paul II Adopted a New Paradigm?" 19 (Spring 1992) 4-15.

ZAMAGNI, Stefano. "Globalization: Guidance from Franciscan Economic Thought and Caritas in Veritate" 56 (Fall 2010) 81-110.

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Sub-disciplinary fields:

Economic Development/International Trade:

BARRETT, Christopher B. and Thomas Reardon “Introduction to a Special Issue on Making Markets Work for the Rural Poor” 50 (Fall 2007) 1-11

BARRETT, Christopher B. "On Social Networks and Economic Development" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 1-8.

BARRETT, Christopher B. "Debt Forgiveness and Poverty Reduction: Some Thoughts from a Skeptical Supporter" (part of symposium on "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt") 35 (Spring 2000) 12-15.

BARRETT, Christopher B. "Stewardship and the Welfare Economics of Sustainable Development" 27 (Spring 1996) 13-25.

BOUGHTON, Duncan, David Mather, Christopher B. Barrett, Rui Benfica, Danilo Abdula, David Tschirley, and Benedito Cunguara “Market Participation by Rural Households in a Low-Income Country: As Asset-Based Approach Applied to Mozambique” 50 (Fall 2007) 64-101

BROOKS, Arthur C. "Charity, Christianity, and the Poor: An Outsider's View of the Pew Christian Scholars Program" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 22-26.

BROWN, Douglas R., Isabel Gomes, John Morton, Tony Rinaudo. "Pastoralism and Poverty: Research Informing Practice." (Part of a symposium entitled "Research in Partmership with Faith-Based NGOs.") 52 (Fall 2008) 15-31.

CRABB, Peter R. and Timothy Keller “A Test of Portfolio Risk in Microfinance Institutions” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 25-40

DEAN, Judith M. "Are We Turning Poor Countries Into Pollution Havens?: Understanding the Trade/Environment Debate" 30 (Fall 1997) 7-14.

FINN, Daniel Rush "On the Rationale for Third World Debt Relief" (part of symposium on "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt") 35 (Spring 2000) 15-16.

FOSTER, Andrew. "Household Formation and Endogenous Altruism" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 16-22.

GRINOLS, Earl L. "Concerning the Formulation and Implementation of Foreign Trade Policy" (Viewpoint) 13 (Spring 1989) 4-6.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "North American Christians in the Third World: How Best Can They Serve?" 9 (Spring 1987) 6-10.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "Give Them a Fish, Teach Them to Fish, or Organize a Fishing Club? NGOs, Civil Society and Economic Development" 34 (Fall 1999) 11-18.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "That the Work of God Might Be Displayed: Debt Forgiveness and Development" (part of symposium on "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt") 35 (Spring 2000) 16-19.

LEONARD, Kenneth L. "Do Faith-Based NGOs Represent a Replicable Example for the Delivery of Public Services? An Application to Health Care Delivery in Developing Countries." (Part of a symposium entitled "Research in Partmership with Faith-Based NGOs.") 52 (Fall 2008) 32-49.

LOURY, Glenn C. "On Group Identity and Individual Behavior: Thoughts on The Anatomy of Racial Inequality" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 8-16.

LUNN, John. "On riches in the Bible and the West Today" 39 (Spring 2002) 14-22.

LYBBERT, Travis J. “Exploring the Role of Spiritual Capital in Poverty Traps and Microfinance” 51 (Spring 2008) 57-80

McNAMERA, Paul, Joel Cuffy, Anil Cherian, Saira Paulose. "Research Partnerships Between Faith-Based NGOs and Academic Researchers: An Example from Food Security and HIV and AIDS Research in Delhi, India." (Part of a symposium entitled "Research in Partmership with Faith-Based NGOs.") 52 (Fall 2008) 50-65.

MOCHRIE, Robert I. "The Emergence fo Fair Trade as a Development Channel." 59 (Spring 2012) 1-22.

OYELERE, Ruth Uwaifo. "Introduction." (Part of a symposium entitled "Research in Partmership with Faith-Based NGOs.") 52 (Fall 2008) 11-14.

PETERS, Bill "An Introduction to the JUBILEE 2000 Campaign for International Debt Remission" 26 (Fall 1995) 14-20.

RICHARDSON, J. David, and James K.A. Smith. "Economists, Theologians, and Globalization: an Exchange. 56 (Fall 2010) 5-63.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "Globalization and the Common Good: An Economist's Account for Skeptical Scholars" 56 (Fall 2010) 21-46.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "Globalization and the Common Good: An Initial Response to Smith" 56 (Fall 2010) 53-56.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "A Closing Response to Smith" 56 (Fall 2010) 61-64.

RUBEN, Ruerd and Koos van Eyk “The Dynamics of the Global Fruit and Vegetable Chains: Export-Oriented Agriculture as a Pro-Poor Strategy?” 50 (Fall 2007) 42-63

SIDER, Ronald J., Vinay Samuel, David Bussau, Moss Ntlha, Ruth Callanta, Tito Paredes "The Agra Covenant on Christian Capital" 25 (Spring 1995) 10-12.

SMITH, James K.A. "The 'Ecclesial' Critique of Globalization: Rethinking the Questions" 56 (Fall 2010) 5-20.

SMITH, James K.A. "Evaluating the Good: A Reply to Richardson" 56 (Fall 2010) 47-52.

SMITH, James K.A. "Missing an Opportunity that Never Was? A Final Response to Richardson" 56 (Fall 2010) 57-60.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt" (part of symposium on "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt") 35 (Spring 2000) 8-12.

THORNTON, Jeremy and Phil Thornton “Agency and Incentives in International Development Partnership” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 1-24

VON DER RUHR, Marc and Joseph P. DANIELS "The Relationship Between Religious Affiliation, Region, Race, and Attitudes Toward Globalization" 42 (Fall 2003) 26-39.

de VRIES. Barend A. "The World Bank and the International Debt Crisis" 10 (Fall 1987) 11-12.

WILLIAMS, Timothy O. and Iheanacho Okike “Livestock Markets in West Africa: Potential Tools for Poverty Reduction?” 50 (Fall 2007) 12-41

WILSON, Paul N. "The Human soul: A Missing Link in Economic Development Education" 57 (Spring 2011) 25-46.

WILSON, Paul N. and John E. Stapleford “Transformational Development: Mitigating Rural Poverty with the Poor” 50 (Fall 2007) 102-121

ZAMAGNI, Stefano. "Globalization: Guidance from Franciscan Economic Thought and Caritas in Veritate" 56 (Fall 2010) 81-110.

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Economics, Theoloy, and Ethics:

ANDERSON, John E. "A Biblical and Economic Analysis of Jubilee Property Provisions." 46 (Fall 2005) 25-41.

BEED, Clive. "Jesus and Competition." 45 (Spring 2005) 41-57.

BLOMBERG, Craig L. "Is Affluence Good?" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 11-14.

BOETTKE, Peter J. “From Approximate Value Neutrality to Real Value Relevance: Economics, Political Economy, and the Moral Ecology of the Market Order” 49 (Spring 2007) 19-34

BROOKS, Arthur. "What Do Markets Need?" 55 (Spring 2010) 11-18.

DU PLESSIS, S.A. "How Can You Be a Christian and an Economist? The Meaning of the Accra Declaration for Today" 56 (Fall 2010) 65-80.

ELZINGA, Kenneth G. "Markets Without Guilt" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 1-3.

FINN, Daniel K. “Continuing the Dialogue on Markets and Morality” 49 (Spring 2007) 35-43

HARTROPP, Andy. "Affirmation of Affluence, or Awkward Ambivalence?" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 3-6.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "North American Christians in the Third World: How Best Can They Serve?" 9 (Spring 1987) 6-10.

KLAY, Robin. "Godly Delight, Christian Vocation, and Moral Obligation: A Much Needed Perspective on Capitalism" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 6-11.

LOURY, Glenn C. "On Group Identity and Individual Behavior: Thoughts on The Anatomy of Racial Inequality" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 8-16.

LUNN, John. 2002. "On riches in the Bible and the West Today" No. 39 (Spring), pp. 14-22.

LUNN, John. "Capitalism as Heresy: On Why Theologians Criticize Markets" 57 (Spring 2011) 1-24.

LUNN, John. "Reply to Kent Van Till." 59 (Spring 2012) 62-64.

MENZIES, Gordon and Donald Hay “Economics and the Marriage Wars” 51 (Spring 2008) 1-30

MONSMA, George N., Jr. “A Useful Framework for the Discussion of the Morality of Markets” 49 (Spring 2007) 1-9

MORSE, Jennifer Roback "The Modern State as an Occasion of Sin" 26 (Fall 1995) 4-10.

MOTT, Stephen Charles "How Should Christian Economists Use the Bible? A Study in Hermeneutics" 13 (Spring 1989) 7-19.

NOELL, Edd S. "Delight, Danger, and Duty: The Good of Affluence and Current Research on Wealth in the Gospels" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 14-21.

NOELL, Edd S. and Kurt C. Schaefer. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

OXFORD CONFERENCE "The Oxford Declaration on Christian Faith and Economics" 15 (Spring 1990) 5-18.

RICHARDSON, J. David, and James K.A. Smith. "Economists, Theologians, and Globalization: an Exchange. 56 (Fall 2010) 5-63.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "Globalization and the Common Good: An Economist's Account for Skeptical Scholars" 56 (Fall 2010) 21-46.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "Globalization and the Common Good: An Initial Response to Smith" 56 (Fall 2010) 53-56.

RICHARDSON, J. David. "A Closing Response to Smith" 56 (Fall 2010) 61-64.

SAUER, James B. "Christian Faith, Economy, and Economics: What Do Christian Ethics Contribute to Understanding Economies?" 42 (Fall 2003) 17-25.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. and Edd S. Noell. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

SCHNEIDER, John. "In Defense of Delight" (part of the symposium on "Weighing the Good of Affluence") 40 (Fall 2002) 21-25.

SMITH, James K.A. "The 'Ecclesial' Critique of Globalization: Rethinking the Questions" 56 (Fall 2010) 5-20.

SMITH, James K.A. "Evaluating the Good: A Reply to Richardson" 56 (Fall 2010) 47-52.

SMITH, James K.A. "Missing an Opportunity that Never Was? A Final Response to Richardson" 56 (Fall 2010) 57-60.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt" (part of symposium on "Christian Ethics and the Forgiveness of Third World Debt") 35 (Spring 2000) 8-12.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Integration and Differentiation: Economics at Christian Colleges" 24 (Fall 1994) 9-23.

TERRELL, Timonthy D. "The Origin of Property Rights: A Critique of Rothbard and Hoppe on Natural Rights" 36 (Fall 2000) 1-9.

VAN TILL, Kent. "A Theologian's Response to Lunn." 59 (Spring 2012) 59-61.

WATERMAN, Anthony M. C. “Is ‘Political Economy’ Really a Christian Heresy?” 51 (Spring 2008) 31-56

WEBB, Bruce G. “The Quest for ‘Mutual Understanding’: A Response to The Moral Ecology of Markets, 49 (Spring 2007) 10-18

WEBB, Bruce G. “Is There Value-Added in Christian Scholarship? The Case of Unemployment” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 41-58

WEBB, Bruce G. "Whose Theology? Which Economics?" 23 (Spring 1994) 45-62.

WILBER, Charles K. “Can a Christian Be an Economist?” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 59-86

YUENGERT, Andrew M. "The Common Good For Economists" 38 (Fall 2001) 1-9.

YUENGERT, Andrew M. "Free Markets and Character" 27 (Spring 1996) 4-12.

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Poverty in North America:

ESSENBURG, Timothy J. "Investing the Church's Social Capital in the Economy of Welfare Reform" (part of symposium entitled "Truly Disadvantaged, Truly Compassionate: Christian Perspectives on Welfare Reform") 37 (Spring 2001) 24-30.

LOURY, Glenn C. "On Group Identity and Individual Behavior: Thoughts on The Anatomy of Racial Inequality" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 8-16.

LUNN, John. "On riches in the Bible and the West Today" 39 (Spring 2002) 14-22.

MASON, John D. "Biblical Teaching and the Objectives of Welfare Policy in the U.S." 22 (Fall 1993) 7-30.

MASON, John D. "Time Limits & Private Assistance: Using the Biblical Tradition to Examine Two Pieces of the Welfare Reforms of 1996" (part of symposium entitled "Truly Disadvantaged, Truly Compassionate: Christian Perspectives on Welfare Reform") 37 (Spring 2001) 10-15.

SCHANSBERG, D. Eric "The Next Phase of Welfare Reform" (part of symposium entitled "Truly Disadvantaged, Truly Compassionate: Christian Perspectives on Welfare Reform") 37 (Spring 2001) 20-24.

WEICHER, John D. "Traditional Christian Perspectives and Modern Welfare Reform" (part of symposium entitled "Truly Disadvantaged, Truly Compassionate: Christian Perspectives on Welfare Reform") 37 (Spring 2001) 16-20.

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History of Thought/Methodology:

ANDERSON, John E. "A Biblical and Economic Analysis of Jubilee Property Provisions." 46 (Fall 2005) 25-41.

BARRETT, Christopher B. and John C. Bergstrom. "The Economics of God’s Creation" 31 (Spring 1998) 4-23.

BEED, Clive and Cara Beed. "Economic Egalitarianism in Pre-monarchical Israel." 54 (Fall 2009) 83-106.

BEED, Clive and Cara Beed. "The Nature of Biblical Economic Principle, and Its Critics." 59 (Spring 2012) 31-58.

BOETTKE, Peter J. “From Approximate Value Neutrality to Real Value Relevance: Economics, Political Economy, and the Moral Ecology of the Market Order” 49 (Spring 2007) 19-34

BROCK, Gerald "The Christian Economist as a Dream Interpreter" 24 (Fall 1994) 5-8.

BROCK, Gerald W. "The New Institutional Economics" 39 (Spring 2002) 1-13.

CAMPBELL, William F. and Andrew W. Foshee "TwoDifferent Worlds, We Live in Two Different Worlds " (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 84-92.

CAMPBELL, William F. and Andrew Foshee "Wilhelm Roepke as a Christian Economist" 5 (Spring 1985) 3-5.

ELZINGA, Kenneth G. and Matthew R. Givens. "Christianity and Hayek." 53 (Spring 2009) 53-68.

FINN, Daniel K. “Continuing the Dialogue on Markets and Morality” 49 (Spring 2007) 35-43

FOSTER, Andrew. "Household Formation and Endogenous Altruism" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 16-22.

LOURY, Glenn C. "On Group Identity and Individual Behavior: Thoughts on The Anatomy of Racial Inequality" (part of the symposium on "Social Networks and Economic Development") 41 (Spring 2003) 8-16.

MARCUM, James A. "Contemporary Philosophy of Science and Neoclassical Economics: An Opportunity for Christian Economists?" 42 (Fall 2003) 4-16.

MCKEE, Arnold "The Christian Mind and Economic Welfare" (Viewpoint) 33 (Spring 1999) 5-8.

MILLER, Tracy C. "Capitalism, Wealth and Poverty: How Should Christians Evaluate the Liberal Economic Order and its Consequences?" (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 57-67.

MOTT, Stephen Charles "How Should Christian Economists Use the Bible? A Study in Hermeneutics" 13 (Spring 1989) 7-19.

NOELL, Edd S. "Poverty, Freedom and Economic Justice: The Need for an Extended Dialogue" (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 39-45.

NOELL, Edd S. and Kurt C. Schaefer. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

NORTH, Gary "Modern Economics as a Form of Magic" 29 (Spring 1997) 4-11.

PAYNE, Daniel P. and Christopher Marsh. "Sergei Bulgakov's 'Sophistic' Economy: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Christian Economics." 53 (Spring 2009) 35-52.

PUFFERT, Douglas "The Market Economy and Human Community " (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 45-57.

RICHARDSON, J. David "Wealth, Poverty and Human Destiny: A Selective Review" (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 77-84.

RICHARDSON, J. David "What Should Christian Economists Do?...Economics!" 23 (Spring 1994) 12-36.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. and Edd S. Noell. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Integration and Differentiation: Economics at Christian Colleges" 24 (Fall 1994) 9-23.

TERRELL, Timonthy D. "The Origin of Property Rights: A Critique of Rothbard and Hoppe on Natural Rights" 36 (Fall 2000) 1-9.

TIEMSTRA, John P. "Poverty, Government and the Meaning of Economics " (part of the symposium on "Two Approaches to Fashioning A Christian Perspective on the Liberal Market Order") 44 (Fall 2004) 67-77.

TIEMSTRA, John P. "What Should Christian Economists Do? Doing Economics, But Differently" 23 (Spring 1994) 3-8.

TIEMSTRA, John. "Notes from the Revolution: Principles of a New Economics." 54 (Fall 2009) 19-29.

VICKERS, Douglas "Time, Knowledge, and Ignorance, and the Subversion of Economic Reason" 33 (Spring 1999) 9-19.

WATERMAN, Anthony M. C. “Is ‘Political Economy’ Really a Christian Heresy?” 51 (Spring 2008) 31-56

WATERMAN, A.M.C."'Mind Your Own Business': Unintended Consequences in the Body of Christ" 35 (Spring 2000) 1-7.

WATERMAN, A.M.C. "Denys Munby (1919-1976) on Economics and Christianity" 12 (Fall 1988) 5-10.

WEBB, Bruce G. “The Quest for ‘Mutual Understanding’: A Response to The Moral Ecology of Markets, 49 (Spring 2007) 10-18

WEBB, Bruce G. “Is There Value-Added in Christian Scholarship? The Case of Unemployment” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 41-58

WEBB, Bruce G. "Whose Theology? Which Economics?" 23 (Spring 1994) 45-62.

WEBB, Bruce G. "Josiah Charles Stamp on Christianity and Economics" 17 (Spring 1991) 10-17.

WOHLGENANT, Michael K. "Why Christian Economists Should Pay Attention to Austrian Economics" 32 (Fall 1998) 7-9.

YUENGERT, Andrew M. "The Common Good For Economists" 38 (Fall 2001) 1-9.

YUENGERT, Andrew M. "Elements of a Christian Critique of Consumer Theory." 54 (Fall 2009) 31-56.

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Other Fields:

ANDERSON, John E. "A Biblical and Economic Analysis of Jubilee Property Provisions." 46 (Fall 2005) 25-41.

BARRETT, Christopher B. and John C. Bergstrom. "The Economics of God’s Creation" 31 (Spring 1998) 4-23.

BARRETT, Christopher B. "On Pluralistic Ethics and the Economics of Compassion" 33 (Spring 1999) 20-35.

BERENDT, Emil B. "Using Genesis to Teach Religious Aspects of Economics." 42 (Fall 2003) 40-46.

BEED, Clive. "Jesus and Competition." 45 (Spring 2005) 41-57.

BEED, Clive and Cara Beed. "Economic Egalitarianism in Pre-monarchical Israel." 54 (Fall 2009) 83-106.

BLOMBERG, Craig. "Economics and American Theological Curricula: What's Missing." 58 (Fall 2011) 20-23.

BOETTKE, Peter J. “From Approximate Value Neutrality to Real Value Relevance: Economics, Political Economy, and the Moral Ecology of the Market Order” 49 (Spring 2007) 19-34

BOETTKE, Peter. "Religion and Economics." (Part of the symposium on "The Economics of Religion") 46 (Fall 2005) 14-18.

BROOKS, Arthur C. "Faith, Secularism, and Charity." 43 (Spring 2004) 1-8.

CALOMIRIS, Charles W. "A Spiritual Response to the Financial Crisis? Making Decisions for the Really Long Run." 58 (Fall 2011) 59-71.

DELEIRE, Thomas, Thomas D. Jeitschko, Seamus O'Connell, and Rowena A. Pecchenino. "Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself: Community Formation and the Church." 55 (Spring 2010) 19-56.

GREEN, Steven L. "Time Inconsistency, Self-Control, and Rememberance" 42 (Fall 2003) 51-60.

GRINOLS, Earl L. "Gambling Economics: A Primer" 28 (Fall 1996) 25-32.

HALTEMAN, Jim "Productive Capital and Christian Moral Teaching." 44 (Fall 2004) 26-38.

HILL, P. J. "Public Choice: A Review" 34 (Fall 1999) 1-10.

HUNGERMAN, Daniel. "Christian Scholarship in Economics at American Research Universities." 58 (Fall 2011) 8-10.

IANNACCONE, Laurence R. "The Economics of Religion: Invest Now, Repent Later?" 55 (Spring 2010) 1-10.

IANNACCONE, Laurence R. and Brooks B. Hull "The Economics of Religion: A Survey of Recent Work" 18 (Fall 1991) 7-13.

IANNACCONE, Laurence R. "Economics of Religion: Debating the Costs and Benefits of a New Field." (Part of the symposium on "The Economics of Religion") 46 (Fall 2005) 1-9.

JEITSCHKO, Thomas D., Seamus O'Connell, and Rowena A. Pecchenino. "Having Life More Abundantly: Caring for the Body, Mind, and Spirit." 53 (Spring 2009) 1-34.

MARTINEZ, Gabriel X. "The Idea of Economics in a University." 54 (Fall 2009) 57-81.

MCCLOSKEY, Deirdre. "Importing Religion into Economics." (Part of the symposium on "The Economics of Religion") 46 (Fall 2005) 19-23.

MENZIES, Gordon and Donald Hay “Economics and the Marriage Wars” 51 (Spring 2008) 1-30

MORSE, Jennifer Roback "The Modern State as an Occasion of Sin" 26 (Fall 1995) 4-10.

MOTT, Stephen Charles "How Should Christian Economists Use the Bible? A Study in Hermeneutics" 13 (Spring 1989) 7-19.

NEAL, Derek. "Comments on the Economics of Religion." (Part of the symposium on "The Economics of Religion") 46 (Fall 2005) 10-13.

NOELL, Edd S. and Kurt C. Schaefer. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

NORTH, Charles M and Beck A. Taylor "The Biblical Underpinnings of Tit-for-Tat: Scriptural Insights into Axelrod's The Evolution of Cooperation" 44 (Fall 2004) 1-25.

OSLINGTON, Paul. "Symposium Chair's Introduction." 58 (Fall 2011) 1-3.

OSLINGTON, Paul. "The Significance of the Economics of Religion for the Engagement of Economics with Christian Theology." 58 (Fall 2011) 16-19.

POLLITT, Michael. "What Do Economists and Theologians Have to Say to Each Other? The International Situation." 58 (Fall 2011) 11-15.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. “Benchmarking Scholarship in Economics” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 87-95

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. and Edd S. Noell. "Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical." 45 (Spring 2005) 1-19.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. "Integration and Differentiation: Economics at Christian Colleges" 24 (Fall 1994) 9-23.

STARK, Rodney. "Early Christianity: Opiate of the Privileged?" 54 (Fall 2009) 1-18.

STEEN, Todd P. "Is There an Earnings Premium for Catholic Women? Evidence from the NLS Youth Cohort." 45 (Spring 2005) 21-39.

VON DER RUHR, Marc and Joseph P. DANIELS "The Relationship Between Religious Affiliation, Region, Race, and Attitudes Toward Globalization" 42 (Fall 2003) 26-39.

WATERMAN, Anthony M. C. “Is ‘Political Economy’ Really a Christian Heresy?” 51 (Spring 2008) 31-56

WATERMAN, A.M.C."'Mind Your Own Business': Unintended Consequences in the Body of Christ" 35 (Spring 2000) 1-7.

WEBB, Bruce G. “Is There Value-Added in Christian Scholarship? The Case of Unemployment” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 41-58

WILBER, Charles K. “Can a Christian Be an Economist?” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 59-86

WYDICK, Bruce. "Hypocrisy and Hypocrites: A Game-Theoretic Note." 59 (Spring 2012) 23-30.

YUENGERT, Andrew. "The Conversation between Economics and Theology in Christian Colleges." 58 (Fall 2011) 4-7.


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Essay/Viewpoint articles:

AHMANSON, Howard F. "Can We Agree On This?" (Viewpoint) 30 (Fall 1997) 5-6.

ANDERSON, John E. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

BARRETT, Christopher B. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

BARRETT, Christopher B. and MUSTARD, David. "The Ministry of Referees and Discussants" 40 (Fall 2002) 26-32.

BROCK, Gerald. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

CAMPBELL, William F. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

DEAN, Judith M. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

ELZINGA, Kenneth G. "The Academy and Jesus" 37 (Spring 2001) 31-35.

GRINOLS, Earl L. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

HENDERSON, James W. and John PISCIOTTA "Implementing George Marsden's 'Outrageous Idea' in Economics" 42 (Fall 2003) 1-3.

HEYNE, Paul "Christianity and the Economic Order" (Viewpoint) 15 (Spring 1990) 5-6.

HEYNE, Paul "Passing Judgments" 23 (Spring 1994) 9-11.

HILL, P. J.VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland "North American Christians in the Third World: How Best Can They Serve?" 9 (Spring 1987) 6-10.

KLAY, Robin "Linguistic Choices-Exercising the Power of Words to Include Everyone" (Viewpoint) 11 (Spring 1988) 4-6.

MASON, John D. "The Christian Economist and the Church" (Viewpoint) 14 (Fall 1989) 6-9.

MCKEE, Arnold "Why Protestants Should Pay Attention to Catholic Economic Teaching" (Viewpoint) 18 (Fall 1991) 4-6.

MCKEE, Arnold "The Christian Mind and Economic Welfare" (Viewpoint) 33 (Spring 1999) 5-8.

MASON, John D. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

O'NEILL, Patrick B. "Including Christian Principles in Principles of Economics Courses at a State University: An Initiative in Expanding the Curriculum" 42 (Fall 2003) 47-50.

RICHARDSON, J. David VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. “Benchmarking Scholarship in Economics” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 87-95

SCHAFFNER, Julie Anderson "Promising Research Directions" (Viewpoint) 34 (Fall 1999) 28-30.

WATERMAN,A.M.C. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

WILBER, Charles K. “Can a Christian Be an Economist?” 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 59-86

YUENGERT, Andrew M. VIEWPOINT: "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Remembrances of the Association of Christian Economists" 52 (Fall 2008) 1-10.

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Book/Author Reviews:

ABADEER, Adel. Review of Hope in Troubled Times: A New Vision for Confronting Global Crisis by Bob Goudzwaard, Mark Vander Vennen and David Van Heemst 53 (Spring 2009) 89-94.

ABADEER, Adel. Review of Free People: A Christian Response to Global Economics by Tricia Gates Brown, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 127-132

ANDERSON, John E. Review of Economics in Christian Perspective: Theory, Policy and Life Choices by Victor V. Claar and Robim J. Klay, 50 (Fall 2007) 122-126

ANDERSON, Michael A. Review of World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Haterd and Global Instability, by Amy Chua. 43 (Spring 2004) 9-10.

ANDERTON, Charles H. and David K. W. Chu "Personal Finance and Economics in the Writings of Larry Burkett: How Should Christian Economists Respond?" 29 (Spring 1997) 12-18.

BARRETT, Christopher B. Review of Games in Economic Development by Bruce Wydick 53 (Spring 2009) 69-72.

BARRETT, Christopher B. Review of The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time by Jeffrey D. Sachs. 46 (Fall 2005) 43-49.

BERGSTROM, John C. Review of The New Holy Wars: Economic Religion vs. Enviornmental Religion in Contemporary America. by Robert H. Nelson. 57 (Spring 2011) 65-67.

BERNHOFEN, Daniel M. Review of Trade Liberalization: Fears and Facts by Robert A. Togowsky, Linda A. Linkins and Karl S. Tsuji. 41 (Spring 2003) 32-34.

BLACK, Robert A. Review of Property for People, Not for Profit: Alternatives to the Global Tyranny of Capital by Ulrich Duchrow and Franz J. Hinkelammert. 45 (Spring 2005) 63-71.

BRUNGER, Scott. Review of Great Commission Companies: The Emerging Role of Business in Missions by Steve Rundle and Tom Steffen. 43 (Spring 2004) 16-17.

BURKE, Joseph Anthony. Review of The Good That Business Does by Robert G. Kennedy, 52 (Fall 2008) 90-93.

CAMPBELL, William F. Review of Political Economy and Christian Theology since the Enlightenment: Essays in Intellectual History by A. M. C. Waterman, 49 (Spring 2007) 71-76.

CAMPBELL, William F. Review of The Mind and the Market: Capitalism in Modern European Thought by Jerry Z. Muller. 43 (Spring 2004) 13-15.

CAMPBELL, William F. and Andrew Foshee "Wilhelm Roepke as a Christian Economist" 5 (Spring 1985) 3-5.

CARDEN, Art. Review of Economic Facts and Fallacies by Thomas Sowell, 52 (Fall 2008) 85-89.

CLAAR, Vistor. Review of Economic Theory and Christian Belief by Andrew Britton and Peter Sedgwick. 45 (Spring 2005) 76-78.

CROCKETT, Carter. Review of Religious Perspectives on Business Ethics--An Anthology by Thomas O'Brien and Scott Paeth, eds. 53 (Spring 2009) 95-97.

DEAN, Judith M. Review of Understanding and Reducing Persistant Poverty in Africa by Christopher B. Barrett, Michael Carter, and Peter Little, eds. 54 (Fall 2009) 107-112.

DE VRIES, Barent A. Review of De gereformeedden (The Reformed People of the Netherlands) by Agnes Amelink. 41 (Spring 2003) 34.

ELZINGA, Kenneth G. Review of Saving Adam Smith: A Tale of Wealth, Transformation, and Virtue, by Jonathan B. Wight. 43 (Spring 2004) 12-13.

ESSENBURG, Timothy J. Review of The Persistence of Poverty: Why the Economics of the Well-Off Can't Help the Poor by Charles Karelis 53 (Spring 2009) 73-77.

FINN, Daniel. Review of Looking Beyond the Individualism and Homo Economicus of Neoclassical Economics: A Collection of Original Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Peter L. Danner, Our Friend and Colleague. Edward J. O'Boyle, ed. 59 (Spring 2012) 82-85.

FOSHEE, Andrew. Review of The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 147-152.

GRINOLS, Earl L. Review of Who Really Cares: The Surprising Truth About Compassionate Conservatism—America’s Charity Divide, Who Gives, Who Doesn’t, and Why It Matters by Arthur C. Brooks, 49 (Spring 2007) 50-55

GRINOLS, Earl, Review of The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success by Rodney Stark, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 106-110

GRINOLS, Earl L. Review of The Economics of Sin: Rational Choice or No Choice at All? by Samuel Cameron. 44 (Fall 2004) 93-96.

GWIN, C. Review of "Biblical Games: Game Theory and the Hebrew Bible," by S. Brams. 42 (Fall 2003) 63-64.

HALTEMAN, Jim. Review of Alternatives to Economics: Christian Socio-Economic Perspectives by Clive Beed and Cara Beed, 50 (Fall 2007) 127-131

HALTEMAN, Jim. Review of Cash Values: Money and the Erosion of Meaning in Today's Society by Craig M. Gay. 46 (Fall 2005) 50-53.

HALTEMAN, Jim. Review of A Short History of Distributive Justice by Samuel Fleischacher. 46 (Fall 2005) 67-69.

HAMERSMA, Sarah, Review of The Decline of the Secular University: Why the Academy Needs Religion by C. John Sommerville, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 111-114

HAMERSMA, Sarah. Review of Lifting up the Poor: A Dialogue on Religion, Poverty and Welfare Reform by Mary Jo Bane and Lawrence M. Mead. 44 (Fall 2004) 96-100.

HAMMOND, Daniel J. Review of Redeeming Economics: Rediscovering the Missing Element. by John D. Mueller. 59 (Spring 2012) 73-77.

HARTROPP, Andrew. Review of Having: Property and Possession in Religious and Social Life by William Schweiker and Charles Mathewes. 45 (Spring 2005) 72-75.

HARTROPP, Andy. Review of Power and Poverty: Divine and Human Rule in a World of Need. by Dewi Hughes 54 (Fall 2009) 133-136.

HAVENS, Rebecca A. Review of The Redemption of Love: Rescuing Marriage and Sexuality from the Economics of a Fallen World by Carrie A. Miles, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 121-126

HAYMOND, Jeff, Zach Weston, and Kyle Wilcox. Review of This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly. by Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth S. Rogoff. 58 (Fall 2011) 83-89.

HEAD, Tom. Review of The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics by Riane Eisler, 51 (Spring 2008) 101-104

HENLEY, Andrew. Review of Inhabiting the Land by Andrew Yuengert. 44 (Fall 2004) 104-106.

HESLAM, Peter S. Review of Less Than Two Dollars a Day: A Christian View of World Poverty and the Free Market by Kent A. Van Til, 52 (Fall 2008) 75-78.

HILL, P.J. Review of Money,Greed, and God: Why Capitalism is the Solution and Not the Problem. by Jay W. Richards. 55 (Spring 2010) 61-64.

HILL, P.J. Review of The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies by Bryan Caplan, 52 (Fall 2008) 66-70.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland. Review of Global Neighbors: Christian Faith and Moral Obligation in Today's Economy. by Douglas A. Hicks and Mark Valeri, eds. 55 (Spring 2010) 65-69.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland. Review of Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty. by Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo. More than Good Intentions: How a New Economics is Helping to Solve Global Poverty. by Dean Karlan and Jacob Appel. 59 (Spring 2012) 65-72.

HOKSBERGEN, Roland. Review of "Crossing the Mainstream: Ethical and Methodological Issues in Economics," A. Dutt and K Jameson, eds. 42 (Fall 2003) 61-63.

HOWARD, Bruce. Review of Getting a Grip on Your Money: A Plain and Simple Christian Guide to Managing Personal Finances. 41 (Spring 2003) 34.

JOHNSON, Roger D. Review of Human Goods, Economic Evils: A Moral Approach to the Dismal Science by Edward Hadas. 53 (Spring 2009) 85-88.

JOHNSON, Roger D. Review of Economics of Good and Evil: The Quest for Economic Meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street. by Thomas Sedlacek. 59 (Spring 2012) 86-90.

KLAY, Robin. Review of Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization. by Steven Rundle, ed. 56 (Fall 2010) 135-139.

KLAY, Robin. Review of Is the Market Moral? A Dialog on Religion, Economics and Justice by Rebecca Blank and William McGurn. 45 (Spring 2005) 59-62.

KOCH, Paul R. Review of A Declaration of Interdependence: Why America Should Join the World by Will Hutton. 43 (Spring 2004) 15-16.

KOCH, Paul R. Review of Economy and Economic Analysis by Robert Black. 46 (Fall 2005) 59-61.

KROHN, Gregory A. Review of On Capitalism by Victor Nee and Richard Swedberg, eds. 52 (Fall 2008) 79-84.

LARRIVEE, John. Review of Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire by Wiliam T. Cavanaugh 53 (Spring 2009) 78-84.

LARRIVEE, John. Review of Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Tradition. by Anthony Percy. 58 (Fall 2011) 95-101.

LEONARD, Kenneth L. Review of Health Care for Us All: Getting More for Our Investment. by Earl L. Grinols and James W. Henderson. 56 (Fall 2010) 125-129.

LEVIN, Andrew. Review of Globalization and the Kingdom of God by Bob Goudzwaard. 41 (Spring 2003) 29-31.

LUNN, John. Review of God and Money: The Moral Challenge of Capitalism by Charles McDaniel, 51 (Spring 2008) 81-85

LUNN, John. Review of Slapped by the Invisible Hand: The Panic of 2007. by Gary B. Gorton. 58 (Fall 2011) 90-94.

MENZIES, Gordon and Trevor Thomas. Review of Economics for Life: An Economist Reflects on the Meaning of Life, Money, and What Really Matters. by Ian Harper. 58 (Fall 2011) 106-110.

MASON, John D. Review of Tight Fists or Open Hands? Wealth & Poverty in Old Testament Law. by David L. Baker. 57 (Spring 2011) 56-59.

MASON, John D. Review of The Fear of Beggars: Stewardship and Poverty in Christian Ethics by Kelly S. Johnson, 51 (Spring 2008) 91-95

MASON, John D. Review of The Anatomy of Racial Inequality, by Glenn C. Loury. 43 (Spring 2004), 10-12.

MASON, John D. Review of The Anatomy of Racial Inequality, by Glenn C. Loury. 43 (Spring 2004), 10-12.

MCMULLEN, Steven. Review of The Economics of Honor: Biblical Reflections on Money and Property. by Roelf Haan. 58 (Fall 2011) 102-105.

MCNAMARA, Paul E. Review of When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor … and Yourself. by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert. 56 (Fall 2010) 140-144.

McNAMERA, Paul E. Review of Food Aid After Fifty Years: Recasting Its Role by Christopher B. Barrett and Daniel G. Maxwell, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 115-120

MITCHELL, Hadley T. Review of Turn Neither to the Right Nor to the Left: A Thinking Christian's Guide to Politics and Public Policy by D. Eric Schansberg. 46 (Fall 2005) 62-66.

MORSE, Jennifer Roback. Review of Democratic Devices and Desires by Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin. 41 (Spring 2003) 31-32.

NORTH, Charles M. Review of The Marketplace of Christianity by Robert B. Ekelund Jr., Robert F. Hebert, and Robert D. Tollison, 49 (Spring 2007) 56-60

OSLINGTON, Paul. Review of Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Cant't Explain the Modern World. by Deirdre McCloskey. 57 (Spring 2011) 60-64.

OSLINGTON, Paul. Review of The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce by Deidre McCloskey, 50 (Fall 2007) 132-136

OYELERE, Ruth Uwaifo. Review of New Directions in Development Ethics: Essays in Honor of Denis Goulet. Charles K. Wilber and Amitava Krishna Dutt, eds. 57 (Spring 2011) 68-72.

OYELERE, Ruth Uwaifo. Review of The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries Are Failing and What Can be Done About It by Pail Collier, 51 (Spring 2008) 86-90

PEACH, Nate. Review of Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us Just. by Timothy Keller. 57 (Spring 2011) 73-76.

PEACH, Nate. Review of The Poor Will Be Glad: Joining the Revolution to Lift the World Out of Poverty. by Peter Greer and Phil Smith. 55 (Spring 2010) 70-73.

PUFFERT, Douglas. Review of "Are Economists Basically Immoral?" and Other Essays on Economics, Ethics, and Religion by Geoffrey Brennan and A.M.C. Waterman, eds. 54 (Fall 2009) 119-123.

RICHARDSON, J. David. Review of Globalization and Grace: A Christian Public Theology for a Global Future. by Max L. Stackhouse, ed. 56 (Fall 2010) 130-134.

RUNDLE, Steven L. Review of Globalization and the Good,  Peter Heslam, ed. 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 136-141

RUSSEL, Mark L. Review of God at Work: The History and Promise of the Faith at Work Movement by David W. Miller, 49 (Spring 2007) 77-80.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. Review of The Loss of Happiness in Market Democracies by Robert E. Lane. 41 (Spring 2003) 27-29.

SCHAEFER, Kurt C. Review of Remember the Poor: Paul Poverty and the Greco-Roman World. by Bruce W. Longenecker and Engagning Economics: New Testament Scenarios and Early Christian Reception. Bruce W. Longenecker and Kelly D. Liebengood, eds. 58 (Fall 2011) 73-82.

SCHAFFNER, Julie Anderson. Review of The White Man’s Burden: Why the West’s Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good by William Easterly, 49 (Spring 2007) 45-49.

SCHANSBERG, Eric. Review of Left, Right and Christ: Evangelical Faith in Politics. by Lisa Sharon Harper and David C. Innes. 59 (Spring 2012) 91-94.

SMITH, Stephen L.S. Review of Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet by Jeffrey D. Sachs 54 (Fall 2009) 113-118.

STAMM, K. Brad. Review of Foundations of Economics: A Christian View by Shawn Ritenour. 56 (Fall 2010) 148-152.

STAMM, K. Brad. Review of Calculated Futures: Theology, Ethics, and Economics by D. Stephen Long and Nancy Ruth Fox, with Tripp York 54 (Fall 2009) 128-132.

STAPLEFORD, John. Review of The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World by Niall Ferguson. 56 (Fall 2010) 145-147.

STAPLEFORD, John E. Review of The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth by Benjamin M. Friedman, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 142-146

STAPLEFORD, J. Review of "God and Business: Christianity's Case for Capitalism" by R. Richards. 42 (Fall 2003) 67-68.

STAPLEFORD, John. Review of The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics by William Easterly. 45 (Spring 2005) 85-87.

STAPLEFORD, John. Review of Good Intentions: Nine Hot-Button Issues Viewed Through the Eyes of Faith by Charles M. North and Bob Smietana 54 (Fall 2009) 124-127.

STEEN, Todd and Steve VanderVeen. Review of A New Protestant Labor Ethic at Work by Ken Estey. 44 (Fall 2004) 100-103.

STRINGHAM, Edward. Review of The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier by Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 133-135

SURDYK, Lisa Klein. Review of Economics for Humans by Julie A. Nelson, 49 (Spring 2007) 66-70

SURDYK, L. Review of "Economic Thinking for the Theologically Minded," by S. Gregg. 42 (Fall 2003) 64-66.

TERRELL, Timonthy D. "The Origin of Property Rights: A Critique of Rothbard and Hoppe on Natural Rights" 36 (Fall 2000) 1-9.

TIEMSTRA, John P. Review of Gross National Happiness: Why Happiness Matters for America--And How We Can Get More of It by Arthur C. Brooks, 52 (Fall 2008) 71-74.

TIEMSTRA, John. Review of "Ethics as Social Science: The Moral Philosophy of Social Cooperation," by L. Yeager. 42 (Fall 2003) 66-67

TIEMSTRA, John P. Review of Market Complicity and Christian Ethics. by Albino Barrera. 59 (Spring 2012) 78-81.

WATERMAN, A.M.C. "The True Wealth of Nations in Recent Catholic Social Thought: A Review Essay" Review of The True Wealth of Nations: Catholic Social Thought and Economic Life. Daniel K. Finn, ed. 57 (Spring 2011) 47-55.

WATERMAN, A.M.C. Review of God and Evil of Scarcity: Moral Foundations of Economic Agency by Albino Barrera, 49 (Spring 2007) 61-65.

WATERMAN, A.M.C. "Denys Munby (1919-1976) on Economics and Christianity" 12 (Fall 1988) 5-10.

WEBB, Bruce G. “The Quest for ‘Mutual Understanding’: A Response to The Moral Ecology of Markets, 49 (Spring 2007) 10-18

WEBB, Bruce. Review of The Boundaries of Technique: Ordering Positive and Normative Concerns in Economic Research by Andrew Yuengert. 46 (Fall 2005) 54-58.

WEBB, Bruce G. "Josiah Charles Stamp on Christianity and Economics" 17 (Spring 1991) 10-17.

WHAPLES, Robert. Review of Violence and Social Orders: A Conceptual Framework for Interpreting Recorded Human History. by Douglas C. North, John Joseph Wallis, and Barry R. Weingast. 55 (Spring 2010) 57-60.

WILSON, Paul N. Review of Land and Forest Economics by G. Cornelis van Kooten and Henk Folmer, 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 103-105

WISHLOFF, Jim. Review of The Vocation of Business: Social Justice in the Marketplace by John C. Medaille, 51 (Spring 2008)

WOERHLING, Francis. Review of Economic Compulsion and Christian Ethics by Albino Barrera, 51 (Spring 2008) 105-109

WOEHRLING, Francis. Review of Economics and Religion by Paul Oslington. 45 (Spring 2005) 79-84.

WYNDICK, Bruce. Review of The Social Economics of Poverty: On Identities, Communities, Groups, and Networks, Christopher Barett, ed., 47/48 (Spring/Fall 2006) 97-10

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Interviews:

WEBB, Bruce G. "A Conversation with J. David Richardson" 31 (Spring 1998) 24-32.

WEBB, Bruce G. "A Conversation with Donald Hay" 32 (Fall 1998) 10-22.

WEBB, Bruce G. "A Conversation with Douglas Vickers" 34 (Fall 1999) 19-27.

WEBB, Bruce G. "A Conversation with Anthony Waterman" 36 (Fall 2000) 10-18.

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