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Category: Economics 101

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Is Economic Thinking Relevant for the Church?

By: Kathryn Feliciano

6 minute read

When you have a master’s degree in economics, you get excited when you find economic concepts in unexpected places. Not…

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The Unseen Impact of Our Decisions

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

If you feel disillusioned by current state of politics, you’re not alone. The battle of ideas occurring in our country…

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Want Economic Development? Get Smart Entrepreneurs

By: Dr. Shawn Ritenour

4 minute read

Since our banishment from the Garden of Eden, man has faced a central cultural dilemma: how do we fulfill God’s…

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The ideas behind faith, work, and economics can be simple to communicate if you have the right tools. Once you…

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The research is in: Americans have more free time than ever before. According to a study conducted by University of…

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Do Free Markets Promote Greed?

By: Dr. Paul Cleveland

4 minute read

In the discussion of markets and morality, objections to free markets often center around values and character. Art Lindsley has…

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Today’s post explores a key driver of human decision-making. We’re going to talk about an economic principle called marginalism. This is…

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Why God Has Created Us to Value Different Things

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

5 minute read

One of the biggest debates throughout the history of economics is how value is defined and determined. I want to…

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“When I went into early labor and was rushed to the hospital, we didn’t know what was going to happen,”…

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Many Christians disregard economics in making decisions because economics seems remote and aggregated—in other words, personally irrelevant. Much of the…

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