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Studies in Ethics and Economics
Economics as a discipline cannot be detached from a historical background that was, it is increasingly recognized, religious in nature. Adam Ferguson and Adam Smith drew on the work of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spanish theologians, who strove to understand the process of exchange and trade in order to better address the moral dilemmas they saw arising from the spread of commerce in the New World. After a long period in which economics became detached from theology and ethics, many economists and theologians see the benefit of studying economic realities in their full cultural, often religious, context. This new series, Studies in Ethics and Economics, provides an international forum for explaining the difficult theological and economic questions that arise in the pursuit of this objective.

Editor(s): Samuel Gregg, Acton Institute
Entrepreneurship in the Catholic Tradition
ANTHONY G. PERCY
Lexington Books • August 2010 • Monograph
Rescuing Dewey: Essays in Pragmatic Naturalism
PETER T. MANICAS
Lexington Books • August 2008 • Monograph
Intelligence as a Principle of Public Economy: Del pensiero come principio d'economia publica
CARLO CATTANEO - FOREWORD BY MICHAEL NOVAK AND CARLOS G. LACAITA - OTHER MARCO VITALE - TRANSLATED...
Lexington Books • July 2007 • Monograph
The Commercial Society: Foundations and Challenges in a Global Age
SAMUEL GREGG
Lexington Books • March 2007 • Monograph
The Constitution Under Social Justice
ANTONIO ROSMINI - TRANSLATED BY ALBERTO MINGARDI
Lexington Books • November 2006 • Monograph
Natural Law: The Foundation of an Orderly Economic System
ALBERTO M. PIEDRA
Lexington Books • November 2004 • Monograph
Within the Market Strife: American Catholic Economic Thought from Rerum Novarum to Vatican II
KEVIN SCHMIESING
Lexington Books • October 2004 • Monograph
The Boundaries of Technique: Ordering Positive and Normative Concerns in Economic Research
ANDREW YUENGERT
Lexington Books • April 2004 • Monograph
And Why Not?: The Human Person and the Heart of Business
FRANÇOIS MICHELIN - OTHER IVAN LEVAÏ; YVES MESSAROVITCH AND MARK SEBANC
Lexington Books • May 2003 • Monograph
Faith and Liberty: The Economic Thought of the Late Scholastics, 2nd edition
ALEJANDRO A. CHAFUEN
Lexington Books • May 2003 • Textbook