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Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022 (FirstView)

Research Articles
The Logic of Wasteful Production
Tong Zhang

Volatility and Foresight: Risk, Derivatives, and Kierkegaard’s Christian Discourses
Andrew Swann

Value and the Market’s (Dis)Order: Market Prices as a Theological Problem in Patristic Thought and the Value Theory of Peter of John Olivi
Ida Simonsson

Book Review
Review of Love Does Not Seek Its Own: Augustine, Economic Division, and the Formation of a Common Life
Wilco de Vries

Volume 2, Issue 1, 2022

Front Matter

Book Reviews
Paolo Santori, Thomas Aquinas and the Civil Economy Tradition
Martin Schlag

Charly Coleman, The Spirit of French Capitalism: Economic Theology in the Age of Enlightenment
Maxime Menuet

Tom Boland & Ray Griffin, The Reformation of Welfare: The New Faith of the Labour Market
Stefan Schwarzkopf

Paul van Geest, Morality in the Marketplace: Reconciling Theology and Economics
Albino Barrera

Daniel K. Finn (ed.), Business Ethics and Catholic Social Thought
A. M. C. Waterman

Jennifer A. Quigley, Divine Accounting: Theo-Economics in Early Christianity
Thomas R. Blanton IV

Research Note
Teaching the Economics of Religion to Undergraduate Economics Students
Junaid B. Jahangir

Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021

Front Matter

Research Articles
The Samaritan’s Trust Game
Luigino Bruni

The Amateur Economist: Abraham Kuyper and Economics
Joost Hengstmengel

The Triangular Game between Autocrats, Clerics, and the Military: An Application to Muslim Countries
Emmanuelle Auriol, Jean-Philippe Platteau & Thierry Verdier

Economics and Theological Ethics: An Environmental Economist Replies to his Queen
H. Spencer Banzhaf

Book Reviews
Benjamin Friedman, Religion and the Rise of Capitalism
Salim Rashid

Abraham Kuyper, On Business & Economics
Roelf Haan

Stefan Schwarzkopf, The Routledge Handbook of Economic Theology
Paul van Geest & Bas van Os

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021

Front Matter

A Welcome to the Inaugural Issue
Towards Economic and Theological Ecumenism
The Editors

Special Contribution
On Economics, Theology, and Religion

A. M. C. Waterman

Research Articles
Providence, Divine Power, and the ‘Invisible Hand’ in Adam Smith
Cornelis van der Kooi & Jordan J. Ballor

A Contractual Look at the Role of Religion in the Stability of Marriage
Feler Bose

To What Ends for Theology-Oriented Economic Policymaking?
Robert C. Tatum

The Liberty of the Will in Theology Permits the Liberated Markets of Liberalism
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey

Comment
Providence and the Invisible Hand: Comments on Van der Kooi and Ballor
Paul Oslington

Book Review
Thomas Piketty, Capital et idéologie
Antoinette Rijsenbilt & Cornelis van der Kooi