Where Do Economists of Faith Hang Out? Their Journals and Associations, plus Luminaries Among Them

Klay, Robin
May 2014
Econ Journal Watch;May2014, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p106
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the author's insight in the questions of where economist of faith hang out and what specific journals, websites, institutions and associations influence their intellectual engagements. Topics discussed include the Christian faith, Judaism, and Islam. Among the institution and journals mentioned include the Acton Institute, the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences and Islamic Economic Studies.


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