TOC: Journal of Markets & Morality 9/1 (Spring 2006)
The latest issue of the Journal of Markets & Morality (http://www.marketsandmorality.com) features a symposium on the “Dynamics of Faith-Based Policy Initiatives” with contributions from Gerson Moreno-Riaño, Krista Rush-Sisterhen, Ryan Stalker, Stephen C. Veltri, and John P. Forren.
Available to all is the new editorial by Stephen J. Grabill, "The Economics of Information Control," examining the dynamics of the debate over Open Access scholarship.
Also included in this issue:
Robert A. Black "What Did Adam Smith Say About Self-Love?"
Robert I. Mochrie "Justice in Exchange: The Economic Philosophy of John Duns Scotus"
Alexei M. Marcoux "Much Ado About Price Discrimination"
Victor V. Claar and John N. Oswalt "Can Neoclassical Economics Handle a Scriptural View of Forgiveness?"
Timothy D. Terrell and Glenn Moots "One Protestant Tradition’s Interface with Austrian Economics: Christian Reconstruction as Critic and Ally"
Richard Teather "Tax and Theology"
As well as book reviews in the areas of Christian Social Thought; Ethics and Economics; Philosophy, History, and Methodology of Economics.
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