Ph.D. Clark University
B.A., M.A. Northeastern University
Macroeconomics, Christian teaching on economics and the economy, environmental economics
Selected Recent Research
"Is there Value-Added in Christian Scholarship: The Case of Unemployment," Faith & Economics, Fall 2006.
"Alasdair MacIntyre and the Christian Economist," paper presented at Ethics Conference sponsored by New England Evangelical Theological Society, March 1997.
"Normative Claims and Positive Economic Knowledge," paper presented at ACE session, "The Value of the Fact-Value Distinction," AEA Meetings, Washington, DC, January 1995.
"Whose Theology? Which Economics?" ACE Bulletin, No. 23, Spring 1994, pp. 45-62.
Core Curriculum Coordinator
Director of Christianity, Character and Culture Program
American Economic Association
Association of Christian Economists
Department of Economics & Business