-

Category: Economics 101

  • Economics 101

Kale was once a lowly green that we fed to guinea pigs or used as disposable garnish on a platter….

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
Does Capitalism Foster Greed?

By: Dr. David Kotter

6 minute read

Editor’s Note: In his essay, “A Christian Critique of Capitalism: Is Capitalism Based on Greed?” (IFWE’s new book, Counting the Cost:…

  • Economics 101

How do people make decisions about buying and selling goods and services? Understanding how knowledge shapes people’s decision-making is one…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square

In the late 1970s, our energy outlook was not looking good. Over six years, gas prices had tripled and there…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square

Our hearts and prayers go out to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The images and videos are unbelievable. Scripture instructs…

  • Economics 101

Understanding economic principles is important for developing a holistic definition of stewardship, a concept IFWE always seeks to place in…

  • Economics 101
Could Capitalism Actually Breed Compassion?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

5 minute read

Despite the ravages of sin, the world is an amazing, awe-inspiring place. This should not be much of a surprise…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

Institute for Faith, Work & Economics is pleased to announce the launch of our latest book, Counting the Cost: Christian…

  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
Why Making a Profit Is Good Citizenship

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

4 minute read

What does a good citizen do? If you paid attention in eighth-grade civics class, you can rattle off the standard…

  • At Work
  • Economics 101

I’m a public-school teacher in Boise, Idaho and would venture to say that I make a decent living. Around the…

Have our latest content delivered right to your inbox!