Christianity and the Culture of Economics

Golygydd(ion) Donald Hay, Alan Kreider

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Religion

  • Gorffennaf 2001 · 224 tudalen ·216x138mm

  • · Clawr Meddal - 9780708317044

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Casgliad o ddeg astudiaeth dreiddgar gan naw ysgolhaig yn cynnig golwg ar faterion economaidd o safbwynt Cristnogol, yn arbennig os oes gwrthdaro rhwng gwerthoedd ysbrydol a buddiannau'r farchnad.


"This is definitely a book which theologians (as well as economists) ought to read ... All the papers are of high quality and they relate constructively to one another." -Crucible


*Donald Hay, Introduction: the role of values in a market economy; *Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach, The culture of the market; *David Nussbaum, Does shareholder value drive the world?; *Roger Sawtell, Cooperatives: regenerating business in the next century; *Donald B. Kraybill, Amish economies: the interface of religious values and economic interests; *Isabella D. Bunn, The pursuit of values in international trade; *Andrew Henley, Work and unemployment; *Andrew Dilnot, What is happening to the welfare state?; *Bob Goudzwaard, Economic growth: is more always better?; *Donald Hay, On being a Christian economist.

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Professor Donald Hay was Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Jesus College, Oxford.

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Alan Kreider is former Director of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, Regent’s Park College, Oxford.

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