Citations with the tag: RELIGIONS -- Economic aspects
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- Choosing My Religion.
Cimino, Richard; Lattin, Don // American Demographics; Apr99, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p60
Discusses the shift from religion to spirituality in the mainstream of faith in the United States. Religion and spirituality as a product in the marketplace of goods and services; Experiential religion and its marketing.
- Converting the Religious Equality Amendment into a statute...
Smith, Rodney K. // Brigham Young University Law Review; 1996, Vol. 1996 Issue 3, p645
Discusses the prospects of a refined statutory strategy designed to accommodate increased activity of a religious and conscience-based nature in the public sector in an evenhanded manner. Whether a statute would be preferable to an amendment; Examination of the political and legal reasons that...
- TALKING POINTS THE BEST OF THIS WEEK'S DISCUSSIONS ON TABLE TALK.
Smith, Rodney K. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper; 2/24/2012, Vol. 202 Issue 4716, p20
The article presents an answer to the question of whether tablecloths should be used in restaurants as well as the results of an opinion poll about whether one should get influenced by religious beliefs in business.
- Spirituality on the road to re-employment.
Byron, William J. // America; 5/20/1995, Vol. 172 Issue 18, p15
Studies the role of religion and faith in the job-search experience of the managerial level population in the United States. Role of the individual's definition of success; Setback to effective job recovery; Personal experience examples.
- In Europe, 'church taxes' not unusual.
Allen, John // National Catholic Reporter; 01/29/99, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p5
Focuses on `church taxes' in Europe. Tax collected by the German Catholic church in 1995; Provision of grants to religious denominations in Belgium; Church tax in Italy and Spain.
- Religion, Markets and Society: An Introduction.
Hoffmann, Robert; Tan, Jonathan H. W. // Homo Oeconomicus; 2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p7
An introduction to a series of articles addressing the issues at the interface of religion and economy under the three headings of individual, markets and the society is presented.
- BRAND CHOICE AND COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR: CONSUMER RESPONSE TO THE MARKETING OF RELIGION.
Hempel, Donald J.; McEwen, William J. // Advances in Consumer Research; 1975, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p231
In applying marketing concepts to the examination of a selected social institution, this paper reports results of a study of consumers of formal religions. Product perceptions and a range of consumer activities and attributes were surveyed in a mail sample of New England households. Segmentation...
- Hotelling and the Olympus: Modelling differences in religious prices.
Rodero, Javier; Bra�as, Pablo // Central European Journal of Operations Research; 2000, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p265
An introduction to the modelling of a market for religious commodities is presented in this paper. The model focuses on the household choice for different religions and on the religious institutions supply. Many religions compete in the market, each offering a price to their followers. This...
- Six economic myths heard from the pulpit.
Klay, Robin; Gryzen, Christopher // Christian Century; 2/22/95, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p204
Focuses on the relationship between religion and economics. Economists' negative reputation in the church during the 19th century; Dispute between clergy and economists regarding the ethics of charging interest; Difference in focus regarding human choice.
Klay, Robin; Gryzen, Christopher // Oxford Journal of Law & Religion; Feb2014, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including religious symbols in Europe, funding of religion in France and Islamic law in Malaysia.
- REALITY, OR REALITY SHOW?
Myles, Tony // Group; Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p36
The author emphasizes the need for people to keep their faith in God despite economic difficulties.
- Future depends on 'getting religion' with money.
DEMEO, DOUG // National Catholic Reporter; 7/18/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 20, p22
In this article, the author reflects on the believes of bishops and priests that when it comes to spiritual journeys and faith, money counts and also discusses the updated "Socially Responsible Investment Guidelines" of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
- The commercialization of the sacred: the structural evolution of religious communities in Japan.
Shimazono, S; Shimazono, Susumu // Social Science Japan Journal; Oct98, Vol. 1 Issue 2
The author's purpose in this paper is to elucidate changes in the activities of religious groups in contemporary Japan by examining new forms of oblation (monetary donations and volunteer labor), as well as new relationships between believers and the religious groups to which they belong. The...
- Francesca Trivellato, Leor Halevi, and CÃ¡tia Antunes, editors. Religion and Trade: Cross-Cultural Exchanges in World History, 1000â€“1900.
Shimazono, S; Shimazono, Susumu // American Historical Review; Dec2014, Vol. 119 Issue 5, p1831
No abstract available.
- The Religion of Economics.
SEED, JOHN // Earth First! Journal; Winter2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p58
The article offers the author's insights regarding the link between religion and economics. Topics discussed include the economic aspects of Sabbath in Islam and Christianity, the role of market religion for abidance of sacraments, and the association between false theology and neo-classical...
Langeler, Steve; Alvarez Jr., Raul // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 1/11/2016, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p8
Several letters to the article are presented in response to articles in previous issues such as "Religion and economics don't mix" in the December 28, 2015 issue and "Assure a seat at the table for the community 'doers,' not just the donors" in the December 1, 2015 issue.
- Religious Denomination Preference As a Basis for Store Location.
Thompson, Howard A.; Raine, Jesse E. // Journal of Retailing; Summer76, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p71
This article deals with a study which tested the claim of a store owner that religious affiliation was a useful basis for market segmentation in furniture sales. This was of particular concern as he stated that one of the prime reasons for locating a store in Tulsa, Oklahoma was the distribution...
- China's Socioeconomic Changes and the Implications for the Religion-State Dynamic in China.
Kim-Kwong Chan // Brigham Young University Law Review; 2004, Vol. 2004 Issue 2, p325
Examines the socioeconomic changes and the implications of these changes for the religion-state dynamic in China. History of China's experience with market capitalism; Consequences of China's membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO); Causes of the impending spiritual revolution in...
- PsicanÃ¡lise da religiosidade: o marketing da intolerÃ¢ncia ou de como a iurd oprime a umbanda.
de Oliveira, Sidney Nilton // REVER: Revista de Estudos da ReligiÃ£o; jul-dez2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p111
Religion has always been a part of human history. From a historical point of view, the same is true for alliance between churches and the State. Under the more recent conditions of neoliberalism, these alliances have become increasingly problematic giving rise to an individualized religiosity...
- O "Mercado Religioso": consideraÃ§Ãµes sobre as possibilidades analÃticas da teoria da "economia religiosa" para a compreensÃ£o da religiosidade contemporÃ¢nea.
Jungblut, Airton Luiz // REVER: Revista de Estudos da ReligiÃ£o; jul-dez2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p11
In this article we seek to address the potential explanatory theory called the "Religious Market" whcih, in its most recent versions, appears associated with "Theory of Rational Choice" (T. R. C). At first, some of the key assumptions that constitue this theory will be explained. Next, the...
- Choice of Religious Believes: A Literature Review of the Economics of Religion.
RUAN Rongping; ZHENG Fengtian; LIU Li // Society: Chinese Journal of Sociology / Shehui; 2013, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p193
This paper reviews theoretical and empirical studies of the economics of religion in Western countries using a "supply-demand" framework. It is found that the existing theories in the economics of religion try to explain the mechanism of religious choice from either the supply or demand angle....
- Bagged for Jesus.
Marty, Martin E. // Christian Century; 10/16/2007, Vol. 124 Issue 21, p71
The editorial presents the editor's reflections on the term "economy of salvation," in both its proper sense from church history and its popular use in marketing and the economic models of a capitalistic Christian faith. The presence of a choice and market driven religious life is discussed and...
- A STRATEGY FOR POVERTY ERADICATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.
Usman, Ali Manzo // OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development; 2011, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p57
The main purpose of this study is to reveal and disclose the teeming strategies adopted by Islam in a bid to eradicate poverty towards sustainable development since it has been regarded by this divine religion as one of the key factors that play a vital role in contributing towards miserable,...
- The Christian capitalists.
McGraw, Dan // U.S. News & World Report; 3/13/95, Vol. 118 Issue 10, p52
Examines how a group of spiritual and spirited entrepreneurs is changing religion, politics and business in America. Norman Miller, chairman of Interstate Batteries; Sam Moore, head of publisher Thomas Nelson; S. Truett Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A, a restaurant chain; Bob Reese, vice president of...
- Religion and the Built Environment in Informal Settlements: A Focus on Karevan in the Suburbs of Tehran.
Elhamoui, Wisam // International Journal of the Constructed Environment; 2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p187
"Cultural environment" is the term used to refer to the different cultural components that influence and shape every built environment. Ensuring sustainable development as well as the material and spiritual wellbeing of the community is closely related to understanding and internalising its...
- Freshwater Scarcity, Interdependence and Institutionalism in Jordanian Foreign Policy: Towards Conflict or Cooperation?
EL-ANIS, Imad H. // Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs; Winter2013, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p195
Freshwater scarcity is an increasingly important aspect of the international relations of the Middle East and North Africa, and is magnified when sources are shared between states. In the Jordanian, Israeli and Syrian cases, most of their freshwater sources are shared. At the same time,...
- Jesus saves, you invest.
Hetter, Katia // U.S. News & World Report; 04/27/98, Vol. 124 Issue 16, p70
Examines the views of Dave Ramsey, who uses biblical values to teach thrift. Ramsey's book `Financial Peace: Restoring Financial Hope to You and Your Family,'; Other with a similar message; Financial crisis being a symptom of a spiritual crisis; Ramsey's advice; Reasons for disintegration of...
- The Asian Religious Resurgence in the Context of Global Secularity.
Sali, Augustine // Japan Mission Journal; Spring2014, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p26
The article offers the author's insight on the religious resurgence and other religious engagements in Asia in the context of global security. He mentions that Japan only experiences a modest religious resurgence compared to its neighboring countries despite being a pioneer of laity-based, peace...
- Ethics And Judgement: A Panacea for Human Transformation In YorÃ¹bÃ¡ Multireligious Society.
Oladosu A., Olusegun // Asia Journal of Theology; Apr2012, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p88
The article assesses the significance of religion in social, political and economic life of human beings. It focuses on the impact of Islam, Christianity and African Traditional religion in the transformation of the people in the YorÃ¹bÃ¡ environment. It offers definition of religion,...
- Economic Religion vs. Environmental Religion.
Nelson, Robert H. // Independent; Winter2011, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p1
The article focuses on the underlying conflict between economics and environmentalism in the U.S. The author mentions that the tensions within Christian theology seem to reflect the conflicts between economic and environmental religion in the country. He notes that to be able to understand...
- THE ECONOMY AND RELIGION: ECONOMIC CRISIS AND THE ECONOMIC ORIENTATIONS OF RELIGIOUS VS. NON-RELIGIOUS SLOVENIANS.
Smrke, Marjan; Hafner Fink, Mitja // Teorija in Praksa; Jul2015, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p565
This article firstly proposes a classification of the current economic and religious debate, and then discusses the relationship between religion and neoliberalism as the pre-eminent contemporary political and economic paradigm. An investigation follows of the economic orientations of Slovenians...
- Saudia Arabia's Islamic Growth Model.
Looney, Robert E. // Journal of Economic Issues (Association for Evolutionary Economi; Jun82, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p453
The purpose of this article is to directly challenge the negative assumptions made concerning the compatibility of Islam and economic growth. This is done through surveying the manner in which Saudi Arabia has incorporated Islamic principles into several of its more important economic...
- A day of greed and gluttony.
Campbell, Joe // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 12/21/98, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p38
Comments on the Christmas season. The economic symbolism associated with Santa Claus; The two-month orgy of buying, selling, exchanging, and consuming; The ritual of putting a tree indoors; The office Christmas party; The barbarian frenzy of opening presents; People as tourists visiting their...
- Firm offers priestly perspective.
Barr, Paul G. // Pensions & Investments; 8/18/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p28
Examines the integration of religion in investments, making direct reference to Reverend Richard P. Zang, an investment adviser at Crowe Portfolio Management. Origin of Zang's investment expertise; Background information on Zang; Factors which prompted him to pursue a career in investments.
- DÄ°N VE EKONOMÄ° Ä°LÄ°ÅžKÄ°SÄ°.
KARAHÖYÜK, Mustafa // Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi (FLSF); Fall2013, Issue 16, p193
Religion and economy are two important facts which guide the social life and determine the daily politics. These two concepts which are considered as important within the society are often subject of some researches. The relationship between these two concepts is worth to research as a different...
- VAKIFLAR GENEL MÃœDÃœRLÃœÄžÃœ VAKIF KAYITLAR ARÅžÄ°VÄ°NDE BULUNAN MÃœSTAKÄ°L VAKFÄ°YELERDEKÄ° EBRULARIN Ä°NCELENMESÄ°.
TOKTAŞ, Pınar // Electronic Turkish Studies; Winter2015, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p941
Foundation is the act of disowning one's own movable and immovable properties willfully and without any intervention, and allocating them perpetually for the sake of charity under the terms and conditions he/she deems fit (AteÅŸ, Bayram, and Ã–zsoy, 1990: 5). In this context, the one who...
- Modalities of Financing and Acknowledgement in Accounting for the Worship Entities of Romania.
Violeta, Isai; Iren, Radu Riana // Ovidius University Annals, Series Economic Sciences; 2013, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p604
Religion represents a social, but also an individual reality, which must be analyzed in the context of the society, in terms of the institutional process. Considering the worship entities role in the social life of community, they are supported by the state with budgetary subventions, but also...
Plopeanu, Aurelian-Petrus; Bodea, Gabriela // Review of Economic Studies & Research Virgil Madgearu; Dec2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p97
The values, faiths and virtues generate relatively stable attitudes and enduring predispositions of behavior, manifested in relation to a situation or person. The Weberian secularization hypothesis shows that, while the process of economic development is launched, the religious institution plays...
- Proliferation of Churches: A Leeway to Commercialization of Religion.
Essien, Anthonia M. // European Journal of Scientific Research; Oct2010, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p649
No abstract available.
- Religion and Attainment.
Keister, Lisa A. // Sociological Focus; Nov2011, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p354
Religion is an important determinant of social and economic attainment, but the mechanisms that underlie this relationship are not well understood. Early scholars recognized this connection, but their ideas do not adequately explain contemporary stratification patterns. Recent research documents...
- THE PRICE of FAITH.
Mannes, George // Money; Jun2009, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p88
The article presents the personal stories of families regarding the impact that their faiths have on their financial difficulties. Financial difficulties that have been faced by the families discussed in the article include the prices of homes located near synagogues and problems in purchasing a...
- Religion in China under Communism: A Shortage Economy Explanation.
Yang, Fenggang // Journal of Church & State; Jan2010, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p3
The article discusses the nature of religion in China under the Communist regime, with particular focus given to attempts to suppress and eradicate religious practice in the nation. Efforts of the Chinese government to restrict and regulate religious practices are examined and replacements for...
- AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF RELIGIOUS CHOICE.
Redman, Barbara J. // Review of Religious Research; Summer80, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p330
Economic theory offers an analysis of an individual's choice of spiritual goods to produce in this life and offer to God. It also offers some hypotheses concerning the role of the church in the production of these goods. The selection of goods to be produced should be reflected in the...
- Investing on Faith.
Scherreik, Susan // Money; Nov98, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p168
Focuses on biblical investing, a form of investing which considers God as the ultimate financial adviser. Example of Tom Fyler, a New York City investment advisor and founder of Ephesus Inc.; The number of new religion-oriented mutual funds available; The organizations known as the National...
- Japan's Search for Spirituality.
Gaouette, Nicole // Christian Science Monitor; 10/8/98, Vol. 90 Issue 221, pB1
Discusses the popularity of new-age philosophy in Japan. Religion once thought to be practically irrelevant in Japan; Growing concern about personal ethics; How the Japanese are redefining what it means to be religious; Sense of Japanese that they need something spiritual; Seminars on seishin...
- Religious schism or synthesis?
Yukleyen, Ahmet; Karahan, Gokhan // Public Choice; Mar2010, Vol. 142 Issue 3/4, p465
This article is a response to the article by Maloney et al., which adapts an economic model of Christian schism to Islam. We evaluate the basic assumptions, concepts, and approach of the article and then turn to factual questions to be considered. Their main contribution is to explain ex post...
- The Irish Catholic American Journey.
McCaffrey, Lawrence J. // Irish Literary Supplement; Fall2011, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p2
This article offers the author's views on the history of the condition of Irish Catholics in the U.S. It explores the economic status of Irish Catholics citing various works from several authors which depict how they were considered by Americans including the essay "No Irish Need Apply: A Myth...
- Ben-Ami: The huge challenges facing the Israeli economy.
Ben-Ami, Daniel // Fundweb; 11/13/2012, p1
The article discusses the challenges of the economy in Israel. The influence of politics on the constitution of the labor workforce in the country is outlined. The economic implications of the culture and religion in the country are emphasized. Filipino caregivers serving Israeli Jewish families...
- Somos todos iguais? ReligiÃ£o e renda no Censo 2010.
Meirelles, Mauro; Alves, Daniel // HORIZONTE: Revista de Estudos de Teologia e CiÃªncias da ReligiÃ; oct-dez2012, Vol. 10 Issue 28, p1184
This article examines and discusses the preference of Pentecostals for individuals of low income. The author affirms that such preference was true some time ago, but it has changed nowadays. Some years ago this new religion needed to find its space in large urban centers. However, through the...
- O novo modelo sacerdotal do mercado fonogrÃ¡fico enangÃ©lico brasileiro.
Dolghie, Jacqueline Z. // REVER: Revista de Estudos da ReligiÃ£o; jul-dez2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p63
The gospel music industry in Brazil is constantly growing. Although promoted by evangelical churches, the industry becomes increasingly autonomous in relation both to its producers and distributors. Under these conditions, the market not only makes use of religious leaders known by the churches,...