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Economics and Religion

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Summary

The editor here brings together a wide-ranging selection of articles, spanning over six decades, on the neglected subject of the links between economics and religion.

Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE
Acknowledgements
vii
Introduction
Paul Oslington
ix
PART I HISTORICAL RELATIONSHIPS
1. Barry Gordon (1994), 'Theological Positions and Economic Perspectives in Ancient Literature', in H. Geoffrey Brennan and A.M.C. Waterman (eds), Economics and Religion: Are They Distinct?, Chapter 2, Boston, Dordrecht and London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 19-40, references
3(23)
2. Bruce J. Mauna (1997), 'Embedded Economics: The Irrelevance of Christian Fictive Domestic Economy', Forum for Social Economics, 26 (2), Spring, 1-20
26(20)
3. Jacob Viner (1978), 'Religious Thought and Economic Society: Four Chapters of an Unfinished Work' and Introduction by Jacques Melitz and Donald Winch, History of Political Economy, 10 (1), Spring, 1-189
46(189)
4. Jacob Viner (1972), 'The Invisible Hand and Economic Man', in The Role of Providence in the Social Order: An Essay in Intellectual History, Chapter III, Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 55-85
235(31)
5. John Milbank (1990), 'Political Economy as Theodicy and Agnostics', in Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason, Chapter 2, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 27-48
266(22)
6. Emma Rothschild (1994), 'Adam Smith and the Invisible Hand', American Economic Review, 84 (2), May, 319-22
288(4)
7. Lisa Hill (2001), 'The Hidden Theology of Adam Smith', European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8 (1), Spring, 1-29
292(29)
8. A.M.C. Waterman (2002), 'Economics as Theology: Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations', Southern Economic Journal, 68 (4), April, 907-21
321(15)
9. Gary M. Anderson (1988), 'Mr. Smith and the Preachers: The Economics of Religion in the Wealth of Nations', Journal of Political Economy, 96 (5), October, 1066-88
336(23)
10. Charles G. Leathers and J. Patrick Raines (1992), 'Adam Smith on Competitive Religious Markets', History of Political Economy, 24 (2),499-513
359(15)
11. J.M. Pullen (1981), 'Malthus' Theological Ideas and their Influence on his Principle of Population', History of Political Economy, 13 (1), Spring, 39-54
374(16)
12. Boyd Hilton (1985), 'Chalmers as Political Economist', in A.C. Cheyne (ed.), The Practical and the Pious: Essays on Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847), Chapter VII, Edinburgh: Saint Andrew Press, 141-56
390(16)
13. A.M.C. Waterman (2001), 'The Beginning of "Boundaries": The Sudden Separation of Economics from Christian Theology', in Guido Erreygers (ed.), Economics and Interdisciplinary Exchange, Chapter 2, London and New York: Routledge, 41-63
406(23)
14. Edward Norman (1987), 'Introduction' and 'The Contribution', in The Victorian Christian Socialists, Chapters 1 and 10, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-13, 182-85
429(17)
15. Rodger Charles S.J. (1998), 'A Summary of Christian Social Teaching', in Christian Social Witness and Teaching: The Catholic Tradition from Genesis to Centesimus Annus, Volume 2: The Modern Social Teaching: Contexts: Summaries: Analysis, Chapter 29, Leominster: Gracewing, 390-436, notes and references
446(47)
16. Bradley W. Bateman and Ethan B. Kapstein (1999), 'Between God and the Market: The Religious Roots of the American Economic Association', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13 (4), Fall, 249-57
493(9)
17. Robert H. Nelson (1993), 'The Theological Meaning of Economics', Christian Century, 110 (23), August 11-18,777-8!
502(5)
Name Index
507
VOLUME TWO
Acknowledgements ix
PART I RELIGIOUS ECONOMICS AND ITS CRITICS
A Christianity
1. Kenneth E. Boulding ([1950] 1968), 'Religious Perspectives in Economics', in Beyond Economics: Essays on Society, Religion, and Ethics, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 179-97
5(19)
2. D.L. Munby (1956), 'Christians and Economic Problems', in Christianity and Economic Problems, Chapter VI, London: Macmillan and Co. Ltd, 91-103
24(13)
3. Frank H. Knight (1939), 'Ethics and Economic Reform: III. Christianity', Economica, 6 (24), New Series, November, 398-422
37(25)
4. A.B. Cramp (1982), 'Preface' and 'Naturalism: The World-view of Modern Economics', in Economics in Christian Perspective: A Sketch Map, Chapter I, Toronto: Institute for Christian Studies, iv-ix, 111-1134, unpublished
62(20)
5. Douglas Vickers (1991), 'Theology and the Last of the Economists', Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith. Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 43 (1), March, 29-35
82(7)
6. Donald A. Hay (1989), 'Christianity and Economics: Biblical Foundations', 'Christianity and Economics: Theological Ethics' and 'Postscript', in Economics Today: A Christian Critique, Chapters 1 and 2 and Postscript, Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 11-57, 58-89, 309-13, notes
89(87)
7. Kim Hawtrey (1986), 'Evangelicals and Economics', Interchange, 38 (2), 27-40
176(14)
8. Clive Beed and Cara Beed (1996), 'A Christian Perspective on Economics', Journal of Economic Methodology, 3 (1), June, 91-112
190(22)
9. Michael Novak (1982), 'A Theology of Democratic Capitalism', in The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, Chapter XX, New York: Simon and Schuster, 333-60, references
212(29)
10. John P. Tiemstra (1994), 'What Should Christian Economists Do? Doing Economics, But Differently', Bulletin of the Association of Christian Economists, 23, Spring, 3-8
241(6)
11. Paul Heyne (1994), 'Passing Judgments', Bulletin of the Association of Christian Economists, 23, Spring, 9-11
247(3)
12. J. David Richardson (1994), 'What Should (Christian) Economists Do? ...Economics!' and Comment by Kenneth G. Elzinga, Bulletin of the Association of Christian Economists, 23, Spring, 12-36 [Originally published as 'Frontiers in Economics and Christian Scholarship', Christian Scholar's Review, XVII (4), June 1988, 381-405]
250(27)
B Islam
13. Timur Kuran (1995), 'Islamic Economics and the Islamic Subeconomy', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9 (4), Fall, 155-73
277(22)
C Judaism
14. Jacob Neusner (1990), 'The Economics of Judaism', in The Economics of the Mishnah, Chapter 1, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1-14, notes
299
PART II ECONOMICS OF RELIGION
15. Corry Azzi and Ronald Ehrenberg (1975), 'Household Allocation of Time and Church Attendance', Journal of Political Economy, 83 (1), February, 27-56
319(30)
16. Ronald G. Ehrenberg (1977), 'Household Allocation of Time and Religiosity: Replication and Extension', Journal of Political Economy, 85 (2), April, 415-23
349(9)
17. Robert B. Ekelund, Jr., Robert F. Hébert and Robert D. Tollisop (1989), 'An Economic Model of the Medieval Church: Usury as a Form of Rent Seeking', Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 5 (2), Fall, 307-31
358(25)
18. Robert B. Ekelund, Jr, Robert F. Hébert and Robert D. Tollisop (1992), 'The Economics of Sin and Redemption: Purgatory as a Market-Pull Innovation?', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 19, 1-15
383(15)
19. Laurence R. Iannaccone (1992), 'Sacrifice and Stigma: Reducing Free-riding in Cults. Communes, and Other Collectives', Journal of Political Economy, 100 (2), April, 271-91
398(21)
20. James D. Montgomery (1996), 'Contemplations on the Economic Approach to Religious Behavior', American Economic Review, 86 (2), May, 443-47
419(5)
21. Steve Bruce (1993), 'Religion and Rational Choice: A Critique of Economic Explanations of Religious Behavior', Sociology of Religion, 54 (2), Summer, 193-205
424(13)
22. Steven J. Brams (1980), 'Introduction', in Biblical Games: A Strategic Analysis of Stories in the Old Testament, Cambridge, MA and London, England: MIT Press, 4-9, notes
437(8)
23. Avinash Dixit and Gene Grossman (1894), 'Directly Unproductive Prophet-Seeking Activities', American Economic Review, 74 (5), December, 1087-88
445(2)
24. Jagdish Bhagwati and T.N. Srinivasan (1991), 'Religion as DUP Activity', in Douglas A. Irwin (ed.), Political Economy and International Economics, Chapter 11, Cambridge, MA and London, England: MIT Press, 199-205
447(8)
Name Index 455


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