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Category: Economics 101

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Four Reasons to Persevere in Serving the Poor

By: Kathryn Feliciano

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A few years ago, I sat down with Tony Casson, founder of Mission Muffins, a ministry of a D.C. men’s…

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Does one woman becoming rich give her power over a poor woman? As I discussed in a recent blog, economics…

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Tearfund is a U.K.-based nonprofit that works with poor communities across the globe. They understand that there is more to…

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A common criticism of free markets and market-based economies is that they make the rich richer at the expense of…

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When economists talk about the free-market economy, they use principles that help explain what may come from certain actions. Their…

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Income inequality is still at the forefront of conversation for many people. Thankfully, there are biblical principles that help Christians…

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It’s easy to misunderstand the notion of income inequality if we do not understand income mobility—the movement of individuals toward…

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Are markets just? Answering this question requires examining three main features of the market economy: Institutions that provide for a…

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Are you receiving a tax refund or making a payment this year? If you’re making a payment, writing your check…

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Five Reasons Why Aquinas Supported Private Property

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

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Is private ownership of property contrary to human nature? Since the “earth is the Lord’s” (Ps. 24:1), it would seem…