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Category: Economics 101

  • Economics 101

Stewardship forces us to think like economists. We must look past our hopes and good feelings when making decisions in…

  • Economics 101
How Are We Stewarding Our Freedom?

By: Hugh Whelchel

6 minute read

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator…

  • Economics 101

Choice is full of uncertainty. Every time we make a choice we are making a bet over a particular set…

  • Economics 101

Why is there a new wave of COVID-19 growing across Europe? Here in the United States, we finally got some…

  • Economics 101
Sunk Costs & the Cultural Mandate

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

4 minute read

When we last discussed the topic of “sunk costs,” you might have thought that this is too good to be true….

  • Economics 101
Knowing When It’s OK to Walk Away

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

5 minute read

Don’t be wasteful. Recycle. Eat all the food off your plate because there are starving kids in Africa who wish…

  • Economics 101

The Daily Currant once reported that Paul Krugman, an American economist famous for recommending Keynesian economic policy, ironically found himself…

  • Economics 101

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

  • Economics 101

Concerns that there will soon be too many people for the planet to support are not new—nor have past versions…

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Can Monetary Policy be Unjust?

By: Austin Rogers

8 minute read

We recently discussed some of the most commonly cited potential causes of the recent rise in income and wealth inequality….

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