TOC: Journal of Markets & Morality 8/2 (Fall 2005)
The latest issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (http://www.marketsandmorality.com) features a new controversy between Michael T. Dempsey (assistant professor of theology at St. Johnís University in New York) and Robin Klay and John Lunn (professors of economics at Hope College in Holland, Michigan): "What Bearing, If Any, Does the Christian Doctrine of Providence Have Upon the Operation of the Market Economy?"
Available to all is the new editorial by Stephen J. Grabill, "The Digital Divide," discussing a recent U.N. study proposing that the business and volunteer sectors will be largely responsible for the development of digital infrastructure in Afracan and other developing nations.
Also included in this issue:
Manfred Spieker, "The Universal Destination of Goods: The Ethics of Property in the Theory of a Christian Society"
Nicholas Aroney, "Law, Revolution, and Religion: Harold Bermanís Interpretation of the English Revolution"
Gerson Moreno-RiaŮo, "Natural Law and Modern Economic Theory"
Francis X. Tannian and John E. Stapleford, "Exchange Matters: Perspectives from Social Capital, Neighborhoods, and Modern Culture"
Mark Lowery, "The 'Eschatological Principle' in Catholic Social Thought"
Surendra Arjoon, "A Communitarian Model of Business: A Natural-Law Perspective"
As well as book reviews in the areas of Christian Social Thought, Ethics and Economics, Philosophy, History, and Methodology of Economics.
Jordan J. Ballor
Journal of Markets & Morality
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