Review of Benjamin Friedman’s Religion and the Rise of Capitalism

Salim Rashid Journal of Economics, Theology and Religion, vol. 1, no. 2 (2021) Published17 June 2021 (first view) The claim of this book is that religion, in this case meaning Protestant Christianity, was highly influential in the formation and acceptance of modern economics, as well as being an important influence in the acceptance of severalContinue reading “Review of Benjamin Friedman’s Religion and the Rise of Capitalism”

Review of Thomas Piketty’s Capital et idéologie

Antoinette Rijsenbilt / Cornelis van der Kooi Journal of Economics, Theology and Religion, vol. 1, no. 1 (2021), pp. 113-116 Published23 March 2021 The world has seen an era of unprecedented economic growth over the past decades (IMF, 2011), which made people on average better off. Overall speaking, however, the rich have become richer. InequalityContinue reading “Review of Thomas Piketty’s Capital et idéologie”