The Oxford Handbook of Christianity and Economics (Oxford Handbooks)

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 27 Mar 2014

Many important contemporary debates cross economics and religion, in turn raising questions about the relationship between the two fields. This book, edited by a leader in the new interdisciplinary field of economics and religion and with contributions by experts on different aspects of the relationship between economics and Christianity, maps the current state of scholarship and points to new directions for the field. It covers the history of the relationship between economics and Christianity, economic thinking in the main Christian traditions, and the role of religion in economic development, as well as new work on the economics of religious behavior and religious markets and topics of debate between economists and theologians. It is essential reading for economists concerned with the foundations of their discipline, historians, moral philosophers, theologians seeking to engage with economics, and public policy researchers and practitioners.

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ISBN-13: 9780199729715
ISBN-10: 0199729719
Pagini: 656
Dimensiuni: 201 x 259 x 37 mm
Greutate: 1.22 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP USA
Seria Oxford Handbooks

Locul publicării: New York, United States


The breadth and depth of the book will make it a valuable addition to almost every scholarly library ... Highly recommended.
This substantial volume on Christianity and Economics is a welcome addition to the Oxford Handbooks series.
the book provides an interesting insight into how and why religion has been and still can be used to regulate and influence human behaviour in capital markets.

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Professor of Economics, Australian Catholic University