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Category: Economics 101

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Could Capitalism Actually Breed Compassion?

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

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

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

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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…

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

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Peter Boettke of George Mason University, my graduate school professor and mentor, used to talk about Michael Jordan a lot in…

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In 2012, IFWE released “I, Smartphone,” a short video based on the famous essay “I, Pencil” penned by Leonard Read…

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A few nights ago, you may have been entertained by a multi-faceted, colorful firework display to celebrate the Fourth of…

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Is capitalism immoral? Answering this question from a Christian perspective requires returning to the Bible, taking its economic principles that we know…

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“The economy” is a broad and somewhat nebulous notion. In the simplest terms, an economy is built upon individual trade…

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We are perishing for want of wonder, not for want of wonders. – G. K. Chesterton Have you ever considered…

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