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Category: Economics 101

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Should Our Goal Be to Create Jobs at All Costs?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

Will the coming new technology, like driverless cars, destroy millions of jobs in the U.S.? How should we think about…

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There’s No Such Thing As Free Education

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

5 minute read

Free college tuition sounds pretty good, especially if you’re a parent with college tuition looming in the back of your…

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Did you get a toothbrush or toothpaste in your stocking for Christmas? Somewhere along the line, stocking stuffers became a…

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At the end of 2017, many of us felt exhausted. Grateful for God’s care and faithfulness throughout the year, but…

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To what extent would you say that the material aspects of Christmas factor into your celebration? This year, Americans estimate…

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When Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century was published in English in 2014, the issue of income inequality was…

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Whether you liked economics class in school or not, if you want to be a good steward of God’s resources,…

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Do you know what’s great about a jigsaw puzzle? You always know what it’s supposed to look like in the end….

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Does “Fair-Trade” Coffee Help Poor Nations?

By: Dr. Wayne Grudem

7 minute read

The following article is an excerpt from an essay by theologian Wayne Grudem and economist Barry Asmus in IFWE’s new…

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How Do You Know If Prices Are Fair?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

How are prices set in our economy, and are such prices legitimate, or just—especially in times of crisis, like a…

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