Teaching the Economics of Religion to Undergraduate Economics Students

Junaid B. Jahangir Journal of Economics, Theology and Religion, vol. 2, no. 1 (2022) AbstractUnlike standard economics courses, there are limited resources available for instructors who are trained in the mainstream neoclassical paradigm. Many courses in this field are pitched at an advanced level for students pursuing graduate research, or they are pitched through theContinue reading “Teaching the Economics of Religion to Undergraduate Economics Students”

Towards Economic and Theological Ecumenism: A Welcome to the Inaugural Issue

Joost Hengstmengel / Paul van Geest / Lans Bovenberg / Harry Commandeur / Kees van der Kooi / Govert Buijs / Antoinette Rijsenbilt / Bas van Os / Ard Jan Biemond Journal of Economics, Theology and Religion, vol. 1, no. 1 (2021), pp. 1-11 Published22 March 2021 (first view)23 March 2021 Religion—belief in God(s) andContinue reading “Towards Economic and Theological Ecumenism: A Welcome to the Inaugural Issue”

On Economics, Theology, and Religion

A. M. C. Waterman Journal of Economics, Theology and Religion, vol. 1, no. 1 (2021), pp. 13-24 Published11 February 2021 (first view)23 March 2021 1. Definition and logical relation of terms ‘Economics’ is an intellectual activity, and can be understood to mean any coherent discourse about economic phenomena in human societies—including ‘economic analysis,’ ‘economic policy,’Continue reading “On Economics, Theology, and Religion”